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Head Lice - I am desperate and feel like I am going crazy. We have been battling lice in our family?
Posted 12 Apr 2011 by fithappens • 6 answers
... for 4 weeks now. I am the mother and have it as well. We shaved our son's hair which resolved it for him but my daughter and I are still suffering. We have tried Rid 3 times, prescription meds 2 times, olive oil , Listerine, dying our hair twice, licekillers products, and ceder oil and ...
Piperonyl Butoxide/Pyrethrins - What happens if you leave R and C on longer then ten minutes? Could?
Posted 14 days ago by Miriszs • 0 answers
... you leave it on over night?
Posted 19 Oct 2016 by chourtnii • 0 answers
I used the product last night and we still see nits and my daughter is still itching her head. I do not see anything moving or any live lice but the nits look healthy so I don't know if they're dead or not and she is still itching. Is that normal after using the product
Posted 23 Aug 2016 by rmohlenhoff • 1 answer
I am breastfeeding. I have a one year old daughter who also has this lice. I have considered taking oral ivermectin and stop breastfeeding. I was if the permetrin cream will do the job. Lice are on my head, pubic hair. I also have them on my feet and ankles lice are under my skin on my face- cheeks ...
Posted 16 Sep 2016 by skye1345678 • 0 answers
Posted 26 Feb 2016 by bnrgrl • 0 answers
... cleaning strength) once a day and combing with a metal comb she was lice free in 9 days! It works not all the other ones you buy at the pharmacy they are immune!
Posted 14 Mar 2016 by starfishh • 1 answer
I have had dandruff pretty much my whole life, other seasons are worse than others. I have noticed a more severe case of dandruff that has occurred with the spring season which has come with a very itchy scalp. I have had head lice in the past which is a nightmare, i am aware of what to look for ...
Posted 1 Mar 2016 by sandrak80 • 0 answers
... does it need to stay in before washing hair?
Posted 25 Apr 2015 by Misssaturday • 1 answer
... do I know how serious this is?
Posted 1 May 2015 by nahhoud • 1 answer
Still I'm searching for more information concerning shampoos contIning D-Phenothrin If approved by fda & in what concentration?
Posted 15 Jun 2014 by hvp • 1 answer
Hi, I am using sklice to treat an ongoing lice problem. i am of the understanding it kills both lice and their eggs. is this correct? and post treatment... at what time can i use shampoo or conditioner in my hair. and when can i go in a pool with chlorine? the info that came in the box does not ...
Posted 4 Feb 2015 by starfishh • 1 answer
Lately my scalp has been pretty itchy and seems to be flakey. i have parted my hair in search of louse and didn't see any. anything i have googled says that the louse eggs are oval in shape and stick to the hair. mine flake off my scalp if i attempt to remove them. Could this just be a ...
Posted 15 Jun 2014 by hvp • 1 answer
We were just given malathion lotion to treat an ongoing case of lice. The information sheet it came with does not say anything regarding conditioner following treatment. Is it okay to use conditioner? If so, when-right away, 24 hours later, or? Also, how about going in a pool? I have read with ...
Posted 28 Jan 2013 by ggrenie • 8 answers
My granddaughter (6) had head lice ,she was over treated which caused open wounds compounded by lice not being able to be treated because of the open wounds .we have been putting this poor chid through the ringer .dr vistts for oral meds. creams we can't seem to get her healed . this last vist ...
Posted 8 Jul 2014 by mamdoc • 2 answers
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