Head lice are tiny insects with 6 legs and a gray color. But when filled with blood, their appearance is more red than gray.Nits are the eggs of lice, which appear on the head as small pieces of dandruff. They are stuck to the hairs and have a yellowish, white or brown color. The most common spots are behind the ears, or near the neck.Lice can be spread from one child to another as they touch their heads, play, cuddle or sleep together.Treatment
The best prevention is regular checkups! Once a week, search your child’s head with the special comb, paying special attention to the points mentioned above, whether it is itchy or not. Although head lice are usually itchy, this is not always necessary.
To treat lice, there are the following methods:Lice shampoo. Apply to wet hair and remove, after it has worked, according to its instructions. We suggest choosing a shampoo that works on lice and nits.
Antibacterial lotion. It is sprayed on the hair and removed after it works, with shampoo