The Facts of Lice - Prevention
Avoid lice altogether.
Children and parents can take many step to prevent getting head lice in the first place.
- Avoid head-to-head contact with others who may have head lice. Unfortunately, it is hard to tell whether somebody else has lice, so it is best to avoid head-to-head contact with other children whenever possible.
- Avoid sharing clothing, hats, helmets, combs, or towels with others who may have head lice. This is especially common in daycare, schools, sporting activities, camps, and sleepovers.
- Avoid sharing beds, bedding, pillows, couches, or chairs with others who may have head lice.
Use a lice repellent.
Proactive parents may also wish to use a head lice repellent to further reduce the odds contracting lice in potentially infested environments. Though your child may be free of lice, your child may be at high risk of infestation in their daily surroundings.
Our Lice Repellent Spray is a safe and effective way to prevent your child from getting head lice. Clinically proven to repel lice, our Repellent is made with natural ingredients and contains no toxins or pesticides. The product a contains concentrated formula so just a few squirts will provide 24-hour protection from lice. Enjoy peace of mind knowing your child is protected from lice all day.Learn More