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Most parents panic when they find out that their children have lice. The first thing they do is run to their computer and start researching head lice treatments. The most common treatment methods are nit pickers and over the counter treatments. Many choose the over the counter treatments because they are cheap.
But the old saying that you get what you pay for definitely applies here. While some shampoos will kill the live lice, none are able kill the nits (eggs). This means you also need to purchase a lice comb to remove the nits. Because the nits are “glued” to the hair strand, it is incredibly hard to remove them. And, unless you remove all the nits, it’s almost certain that your child, and your family, will suffer a re-infestation two or so weeks later.
As a result, many parents call a lice picker. A nitpicker inspects the child's scalp and manually removes live bugs and the nits with a lice comb, tweezers and their fingernails. It's not an easy task because it's tedious, time consuming and can be painful. Because it requires extremely good eyesight, it’s easy for the nitpicker to miss some bugs and eggs. As a result, re-infestation is extremely easy, because not only do you have to worry about a missed bugs, you have to continue nitpicking your child’s hair a few times a day for the next two weeks to find the new lice that have crawled onto your child’s hair from elsewhere—a different person's hair, a piece of furniture, shared clothing or stuffed toy or a rug that they played on.
Cutting the person’s hair doesn’t help. Since most nits are attached at the scalp, you still need to nitpick to remove all the eggs. And since boys get lice as often as girls, having short hair doesn’t prevent lice from attaching to your child’s hair.