Head Lice

Head Lice Facts

Lice Facts – Learn about head lice (or Louse):

  • Lice likes all type of hairHead Lice do not fly or jump.
  • They crawl and they can walk across a room!
  • Lice are spread easily from person to person by direct contact.
  • Only humans get lice. They need human blood to survive.
  • Food source – Human Blood Just like mosquitoes, lice only like certain people.
  • Has nothing to do with cleanliness
  • A clean head can get head lice. Hair full of lice does not mean a dirty hair.
  • Anyone can get lice regardless how clean they are, or how many times they wash their hair.
  • Not every one that has lice itches.
  • Some people do not get lice. Just like some people do not get bitten by mosquitoes.
  • According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as many as 6 million to 1Lica can lay 7 to 10 eggs a day2 million people worldwide get head lice every year. That is a lot of people!
  • Animals cannot transmit them.
  • Spread by person to person or object to person contact.
  • Their color ranges from opaque to black
  • Nits (lice eggs) are laid right next to the scalp.
  • They will remain attached to the hair until it is removed or the hair falls out.
  • Average time of infestation before diagnosis 4 to 6 weeks.
  • Life span for a louse is 30 days.
  • A mature louse can lay 7 to 10 nits a day.
  • Nits hatches in 5 to 7 days.
  • Newly hatched louse matures in 3 days and begin laying eggs after those 3 days.
  • Lice hatches in 5 to 7 daysSizes of lice range from a newly hatched louse the size of a grain of sand to a full grown louse the size of a piece of rice.
  • Chemical based shampoos have been scientifically proven to be only 50% effective. Not to mention the potential for neurological damage (from the toxins).
  • Very common for only some of your family members to get lice and others to not. The reason for this, is how your blood tastes to them. Just like mosquitoes, lice only like certain people.
  • Very common to itch up to a full week afterwards due to the bites on your scalp.
  • A nit contains a baby louse. Once it hatches the nit is now an empty shell that grows out with your hair. It will remain attached to your hair forever and always unless you remove it or that strand of hair fall out.

Lice Shampoo, or Louse Shampoo Lice Facts:

  • Some head lice or louse shampoos are harmful to your health because they are made with pesticides and harsh chemicals.
  • All Head Lice Treatments are not the same. Some harsh shampoos cannot be used on a daily basis.
  • The FDA has received several complaints from people that got sick after using chemical and pesticide laden shampoos.
  • Louse (lice) Shampoos that are made with pesticides are notorious for not killing the lice. Many strains of lice have become resistant to such pesticides.

TLC Lice Shampoo is an all natural lice shampoo!

It is made with tea tree, lavender and spearmint oils. These essential oils are healthy for your hair, but deadly to lice.

TLC Lice Shampoo is safe for all ages! Even babies!

Gentle, safe and effective! It even kills the lice other products can’t. We guarantee it!

Invented by a Pediatric Nurse. Recommended by Pediatricians...

This rich, natural botanical formula was blended specifically to safely kill all types of lice and make the lice removal process a lot easier!

TLC is recommended by doctorsWhy are nits so hard to get out?

Head lice can persist for weeks and in some cases months if you don’t get the nits out. This is the problem many families face. Michele Earl – the inventor of TLC – was faced with this very situation until finding the formula for what became Total Lice Control Shampoo.

The biggest problem in dealing with head lice is getting the nits out of the hair. They are very small and close to the scalp. Lice eggs (nits) hatch approximately 7 days after being laid. Using an effective and safe shampoo which can be used daily allows the time needed to comb out the nits.

Follow the instructions and usage guidelines provided with TLC Lice Shampoo and you will be Lice Free with TLC!