Could This Be the Easiest Way of Killing Nits? We Certainly Think So!
Gone are the days of toxic, messy and arduous methods of killing headlice! Lice Cap Headlice Treatment is a unique and revolutionary way to kill pesky headlice with minimal fuss, no mess and no harmful chemicals or pesticides!
The inside of the cap is coated with:
Tea tree essential oil: Native to Australia, tea tree oil is an effective anti-septic and has been used for thousands of years to treat infected wounds and skin problems
Rosemary essential oil: Native to the Mediterranean, rosemary has been used as a medicine and culinary herb for thousands of years and studies have shown it actually repels lice. Lice cannot live away from the human scalp, so when repelled by rosemary they may abandon the scalp and simply die wherever they fall
Lavender essential oil: Also native to the Med, lavender essential oil has a long been used in medicine and insect repellent sprays
Eucalyptus essential oil: Grown and harvested by the Aboriginal natives of Australia, eucalyptus essential oil has antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral properties. It is also a renowned natural and organic pesticide
When applied to the head and massaged against the scalp, these essential oils suffocate pesky lice as well as nourishing the hair and scalp. Leaving the cap on for 40 minutes and massaging every 10 minutes ensures all living lice are suffocated. After 40 minutes, use the lice comb provided to remove dead lice and their eggs.
You then repeat the process two weeks later, the reason being that some eggs may have remained. Lice eggs are typically white in colour and measure approximately 0.8mm by 0.3mm so it can be really hard to get them all first time around; many people confuse lice eggs with a flaky scalp. You carry out the process the second time around to ensure complete eradication and prevent a re-infestation.
Why Don’t Pesticide Headlice Treatments Work?
These clever critters have evolved over the centuries and, like humans developing opposable thumbs, they have developed a resistance to pesticides in order for their species to survive; if this wasn’t so annoying it would actually be impressive! So, the only guaranteed way to kill them is by suffocating them; no living, breathing thing can develop immunity to suffocation.
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