Head lice surfaced over 100,000 years ago.
And head lice only feed on human blood.
With this information, its easy to understand that lice can be removed by taking them away from their human host. When the louse is no longer living in human hair, their food source is depleted, and there is not a place where they can lay their eggs.
Head lice infestation is a serious condition that infests 6 to 12 million people each year world wide. Despite the fact that these are microscopic bugs that cannot be detected from a far distance, it’s common for people who are infested to have scratching behind their ears, a red rash on the nape of their neck, and actual bugs that can be seen crawling across the forehead. Read more