Head Lice and Diseases
Head Lice Infections
Many parents first concerns when they find out their children have got head lice on their hair and scalp is whether or not they can cause any serious diseases. Though head lice do carry bacteria and puncture the skin of the scalp, neck and face, it is very uncommon to have diseases transmitted by a louse.
A much more likely scenario is the possibility that the bite from the louse may become itchy because of the toxins contained in louse saliva. In some cases, continual scratching of the bitten area can cause infection at the wound site.
For instance, there has recently been an article written in The Express with the head line:
Impetigo can be caused by head lice - use this method of treatment to avoid infection
The journalist explains that if the scalp becomes sore and your child has a raised temperature and feels unwell, this could be a sign the skin has become infected with the bacteria that causes impetigo, according to the British Association of Dermatologists.
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Professional Head Lice Removal Service
NitNot was established by a mum called Eileen, who found that if she lived in the USA she could have found a head lice treatment centre close by. However, in the UK this is not the case. Eileen has subsequently trained in several countries and has developed head lice treatment methods that have been approved by leading experts. Using diverse processes in her head lice treatment centre, Eileen and her team can assure clients that within two to three appointments, depending on the age of infestation of the head lice, the nightmare will be over and the head lice and nits will be eradicated. NitNot will also take time to explain the best ways of preventing head lice, eggs and nits.