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Lice Infestation Stages

Apr 3, 2020 | News, NitFlix

First and foremost, to have a lice infestation; there must be the detection of a living louse. So, if you don’t know what a living louse is; detection can sometimes be tricky.

Lice Infestation Stages

When it comes to head lice, there are a few important things you should know. Be sure to visit my Head Lice Facts post where you will find everything you need to know about these wingless bugs.

The first thing you need to know is lice live approximately 30 days on a person’s head. Initially, they develop in three stages. In the first stage, it is often referred to as an egg or nit. At the same time, eggs usually hatch in 6 to 9 days. Also, they are often found within 1/4 inch of your scalp.

Secondly, the next stage of lice is referred to as a Nymph. Typically, a nymph is usually about the size of a pinhead and develops into an adult approximately 8 days after hatching.

Finally, in the adult stage; this is often referred to as adult louse. Consequently, an adult louse multiplies and lays up to 10 eggs a day. Wow-what do you do when this happens?

Now, you have an infestation as this can continue until you treat this properly.

How to Treat a Lice Infestation

Since this can remain on someone’s head until treated properly; it is important to take precautions. Meanwhile, no one ever wants to encounter head critters. However, there are certain things you should do once you or your family has a lice infestation.

Of course, the best way to treat lice is to use NitFlix. Follow my instructions.  Be sure to read my NitFlix Product Recommendation post. When you follow my recommended product instructions; you can expect to not see any lice or nits within 1 – 2 days.

Additionally, NitFlix should be part of your family’s health and beauty routine regularly. In essence, when you use NitFlix, you won’t ever have to worry about a lice infestation again because we also pack the power of prevention.

As always, I welcome your comments.


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