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Non-toxic lice treatment
Swap pesticide-based lice remover for the Lice Clinics of America treatment kit. I always keep one of these kits on hand just in case we discover little critters. It’s the same formula the practitioners use at the Lice Clinics of America treatment clinics, but this kit is a fraction of the price of getting it done by a professional. It contains silicone, which does not easily biodegrade, but it is not a pesticide and the company says it’s non-toxic.
Quick lice treatment tip: re-treat nine days after the first treatment, then again nine days later again to ensure you kill any potentially unhatched nits. Wash hats, boil brushes and change bed linens and you’re good to go. Lice don’t live long away from human hosts, so you don’t need to crazy clean your house. Did I just save you hours of work and stress? That’s right. You’re welcome!