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How To Get Rid of Nits?

What is a are head lice/nits?
A nit, or an “egg case” as it’s sometimes called, looks like a small white pea with two black spots on its top end. It can be found at the base of your child’s human scalp where his/her hair grows out. The eggs look similar but they’re not quite so round. They have a hard shell which protects them until hatching time.

How you get head lice
You may pick up head lice through direct contact with an infected person’s head. They also spread easily between people via clothing, bedding and shared items such as hats, scarves and toys. There are lots of things you can do to prevent getting head lice. These include:

  • Washing your hands regularly using soap and water
  • Avoid sharing personal belongings like combs, brushes and towels
  • Keeping your clothes clean and tidy

Preventing head lice
It’s very difficult to prevent head lice.  You may want to consider regular detection combing – for example, on a weekly basis – if you’re concerned about your children or yourself.

Lotions and sprays don’t prevent head lice and should only be used if a live louse has been found in your or your child’s hair.

Staying off work or school and washing clothing and bedding on a hot wash is unnecessary, as it’s unlikely to help prevent the spread of head lice.

How to get rid of nits
Lice and nits can be removed quickly, easily and healthily by using NitNots comb and Eco Serum.

Try our bundle, which contains one nit comb & NitNOT ECO hypoallergenic anti-head lice serum

We strongly recommend that you use the NitNOT comb alongside our NitNot Eco Head Lice & Nit serum. This hypoallergenic, pesticide and chemical-free treatment kills all lice and eggs without harming sensitive scalps, meaning you only need to concentrate on removing dead lice and eggs with the comb*.

Not only is NitNOT certified by the government’s Medical and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), but it’s also the only lice treatment that has been endorsed by The British Association of Professional Nannies (BAPN).  Contact us for more information about our products or head lice.

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