10 Natural Home Remedies to Get Rid of Head Lice

April 03, 2018 0 Comments

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Head lice are small pests that are living on the hair and scalp shank where they pasture on blood. This is a usual problem to children.
You can get lice by encountering an infected individual through resting on a bed that an infected individual was previously resting on, using private care items of other people like combs and brushes that are contaminated, using the clothing of someone who has the pest, sleepovers and other gatherings, sports, school, and plays. Two of the most usual signs of lice infiltration are itching of the head and red spots bumps or spots on the scalp.
As they replicate quickly, it is very hard to abolish lice pests within a couple of days. Combing them off can get clear of them, but it is an extensive and exhausting process. There are some natural home remedies that will more successfully solve this problem.



Here are the 10 Natural Home Remedies for Head Lice


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1. Mayonnaise
Mayonnaise holds a lot of oil, which has thickness properties that will choke living head lice.
1. Spread full-stout mayonnaise freely over the scalp.
2. Coat your hair with a towel or shower cap and leave it on for 8 hours or over the night.
3. Rinse with shampoo and then comb any lingering lice off the hair.
Do this every day 1 one week.


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2. Sesame Seed Oil
Rich in natural pesticide properties, antifungal, and antibacterial, sesame seed oil can be used to resolve the trouble of head lice.
1. Blend together 10 drops of lavender essential oil, 1/2 teaspoon of eucalyptus and rosemary essential oils, a teaspoon of tea tree oil, 1/8 cup of neem oil, and 1/4 cup of sesame seed oil.
2. Wash your hair with apple cider vinegar and let it dry.
3. Spread the oil solution to the scalp and hair, coat with a towel or shower cap and leave it over the night.
4. In the morning, comb your hair carefully to eliminate the dead lice. Then shampoo generally.
Do this treatment every day for 1 to 2 weeks.




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3. White Vinegar
Another harmless and cheap way of removing head lice is white vinegar. White vinegar has acetic acid, which can terminate lice.
1. For an equal amount of water, dilute the white vinegar.
2. Soak the scalp and hair with the solution and then cover a towel around the hair for 1 to 2 hours.
3. Then, sink a comb in white vinegar and comb your hair, concentrating on one minor segment of hair at a time.
Also, Before and after shampooing you can also wash your hair with white vinegar.


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4. Coconut Oil
The greasing nature of coconut oil will prevent lice from stirring around easily, stopping it from growing.
1. First, wash your hair carefully with apple cider vinegar and let it dry.
2. Then fully soak the scalp and hair with coconut oil. Coat your head with a towel of the shower cap and dump it on for 6 to 8 hours or over the night.
3. In the morning, comb your hair to get rid of the head lice and then rinse your hair with your regular shampoo.
Do this every day for 1 week to eliminate lice. To make the treatment more successful, add numerous drops of anise natural oil into coconut oil before to application.




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5. Tea Tree Oil
Essential tea tree oil is a natural pesticide, making it an active treatment for head lice.
1. Blend together a 1 teaspoon of tea tree oil, 1 ounce of usual shampoo and 3 tablespoons of olive or coconut oil.
2. Spread on the solution slightly through the hair and cover the head with a towel or shower cap. Leave the head covered for 30 minutes and then wash carefully with warm water.
3. Lastly, comb through the hair although it is still wet to eliminate the dead lice.
Note: Do not put tea tree oil straight to the scalp.


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6. Petroleum Jelly
Petroleum jelly contains a suppressing effect on wandering lice.
1. Put a thick coating of petroleum jelly to your scalp before going to bed at night.
2. Coast your head closely with a towel or shower cap. Leave it on over the night.
3. In the morning, to remove the petroleum jelly use or put baby oil.
4. Comb your hair carefully to eliminate the lice.
Do this for numerous nights in a row.




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7. Salt
Salt can also be used to eliminate head lice through dryness.
1. Mix one-quarter cup of vinegar and one-quarter cup of salt carefully.
2. Slightly spray the solution to the hair so that it becomes a little wet. Put a shower cap on the head and leave it for about 2 hours.
3. Then rinse and state your hair.
Do this every 3 days to get great results.


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8. Olive Oil
Olive oil will successfully suffocate and kill head lice.
1. Spread any kind of olive oil to the hair considerately before going to bed. Put a towel or shower cap on the head to preserve the oil on the hair over the night. 
2. In the morning, comb off the small pests and then rinse the hair with some herbal shampoo that contains tea tree oil.
3. Another selection is to blend 1/2 cup of olive oil into 1/2 cup of conditioner and put some liquid soap into it. Spread this solution to the hair and leave it on for 1 hour. 
4. Then, wash out your hair and put a conditioner. Comb your hair carefully to get rid of the dead lice. 
Do this remedy again after 1 week to get great results.



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9. Baby Oil
For another easy usual treatment for head lice, you will need white vinegar, laundry detergent, and a baby oil. It is also believed that baby oil helps or can suffocate the head lice.
1. Spread on some baby oil on the hair and then comb the hair gradually so that lice start dropping from the head.
2. Then rinse the hair with laundry detergent and warm water.
3. Before going to bed spread some white vinegar to the hair and coat the head with a towel or shower cap. Leave it on over the night.
4. In the morning, rinse the hair with a usual shampoo and then spread on some conditioner.
Do this procedure for 3 to 4 days to get helpful results.


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10. Garlic
The strong scent of garlic can choke lice, eventually killing them.
1. Grind 8 to 10 portions of garlic, put it in a paste and blend in 2 to 3 teaspoons of lime juice. Rub on the mixture carefully to your scalp. Leave it on for 30 minutes and then rinse your hair carefully with warm water.
2. On the other hand, you can create a distinct paste by merging fresh garlic juice with shampoo and conditioner, green tea, lemon extract, and cooking oil. Fur your hair carefully with the paste and shelter your scalp with a shower cap or towel for 30 minutes. Then rinse your hair with your favorite shampoo. 
Do this twice a week for 1 to 2 months.


You need to be persistent and hardworking using these remedies to get rid of the trouble of head lice totally.



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