Baby it is cold outside. When it comes to head lice; they show up no matter what the weather is. With the change of temperature outside and snow on the ground in many parts of the country; head lice don’t take a break. In fact, head lice tend to be more prevalent in the winter months.
Baby it is Cold Outside
So, if you are wondering why lice are just as active in the winter; it’s really simple. Moreover, lice are looking for a warm head of hair to hide out.
At the same time, all it takes is one female louse to lay their eggs. To read more about the different stages; be sure to visit our Lice Infestation Stages post. When you multiply this over a louse’s lifespan; you can see how easily an infestation can occur.
Because people tend to be huddled closer together to stay warm; it is not a surprise that they are more active. Whether your kids are playing with other kids, having a sleepover or you are visiting someone; it is important to check everyone’s hair often.
How to Stay Lice Free During the Winter
With the holiday season a few days away and people visiting other family members; lice have the opportunity to find new homes.
Indeed, lice don’t discriminate! Whether it is cold or warm outside; they love finding a warm head of hair to nest. Meanwhile, it is important to teach your kids about the importance of not sharing their personal belongings with other kids. For instance, if your kid is using someone’s hat and that kid has head lice; chances are your kid will also have an outbreak.
Of course, the most important way to protect you and your family from ever having to deal with head lice; is to use the right products. At A-Way With Lice, our NitFlix shampoo and conditioner will not only provide you with a clean head of hair; but also will protect you from ever having an encounter with these pesky bugs.
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Baby it is cold outside, so make sure you have our safe and effective products to keep your hair safe this Winter.