Head Lice Prevention Clinical Trials
Do Head Lice Prevention Sprays Work
It was found that combing the hair for signs of head lice infestions on a regular basis is probably the best deterrent of all. Unless a spray containing repellent fragrances for head lice that remains on the hair all day. There is very little point, as soon as the head warms up the fragrance will evaporate.
Clinical trials run by Prof Ian Burgess to see if prevention sprays work.
Piperonal, also known as heliotropin, is an organic compound which is commonly found in fragrances and flavors. The molecule is structurally related to other aromatic aldehydes such as benzaldehyde and vanillin.Wikipedia
Benzaldehyde is an organic compound consisting of a benzene ring with a formyl substituent. It is the simplest aromatic aldehyde and one of the most industrially useful. It is a colorless liquid with a characteristic almond-like odor
Conclusion. Routine use of 2% piperonal spray in communities with a high prevalence of head louse infestation may provide some protection from infestation. However, the difference between use of the product and no active intervention was sufficiently small that regular checking for presence of lice is likely to be a more practical and cost effective approach to prevention of infestationProf Ian Burgess to
Head lice clearing salon
NitNOT was opened by a mum called Eileen, that had found that if she lived in the USA she could have found a head lice treatment centre close by. However in the UK this was not the case. Eileen has trained in several countries and had her methods approved by leading experts. Using variouss 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.