Fairy LiceMothers - MagicBox All Natural Head Lice Removal Kit Non-Toxic
Fairy Lice Mothers Magic Box All Natural Head Lice Removal Kit contains everything you need to remove a lice infestation. All of Fairy LiceMothers' products are non-toxic. They are safe for children, pregnant women, and allergy sufferers. Products contained within Fairy LiceMothers' MagicBox:
- Fairy LiceMothers' MagicMousse - a nontoxic, pesticide- free product proven to eliminate lice and ease the removal of nits (eggs). One bottle, used as directed, has been 99% effective in removing head lice and easing nit removal. MagicMousse will aid in loosening the nit glue, but nothing will kill the nit AND remove it from the hair without using the proper nit comb.
- Fairy LiceMothers' MagicHalo Shampoo - an environmentally safe, FDA registered homeopathic head lice remedy. MagicHalo Shampoo will kill any nymphs (newly-hatched lice).
- Fairy LiceMothers' MagicWand - made of tempered steel. Long metal teeth help drag nits out of the hair using micro-grooving and rounded ends to protect the scalp. MagicWand was tested against all other nit combs and was proven to drag out the most nits. Combing must be done consistently for a minimum of two to threee weeks for complete removal.
Don't be fooled! There is no single product that will kill AND remove a nit. After the very first treatment with Fairy LiceMothers' MagicMousse and MagicWand a non-contagious state will be achieved. However, in order to avoid reinfestation, you must use the MagicWand in conjunction with the MagicHalo Shampoo every day for two to three weeks.
What makes this kit better than any other on the market?
It's easy to kill lice, but impossible to kill nits without the proper nit comb. With the use of Fairy LiceMothers' MagicBox, you will be lice free. Magic Mousse will kill lice. MagicWand will remove nits. MagicHalo Shampoo will help prevent re-infestation.
Fairy LiceMothers Frequently Asked Questions
What are head lice?
How do you get head lice?
- By contact with an already infested person. Contact is common during play at school and at home (slumber parties, sports activities, at camp, on a playground).
- By wearing infested clothing, such as hats, scarves, coats, sports uniforms, or hair ribbons.
- By using infested combs, brushes, or towels.
- By lying on a bed, couch, pillow, carpet, or stuffed animal that has recently been in contact with an infested person.
Can’t I just go to the drugstore and buy a lice removal product?
The products sold in drugstores or prescribed by doctors are called Pediculicide (Nix, Rid, Clear, etc). Pediculicides are the insecticidal shampoos and creme rinses used to treat head lice. These products contain pesticides.
Problems with Pediculicides
For several years the media, mothers, school nurses, and entomologists have been reporting that many head louse populations have become resistant to the chemicals used to treat them.Fairy LiceMothers will ease your mind and help you get rid of this itchy problem without the use of any chemicals.
Louse Life Cycle
Nits are head lice eggs. They are cemented at the base of the hair shaft nearest the scalp. Nits take about 1 week to hatch (range 6 to 9 days)
The egg hatches to release a nymph. Nymphs mature after three molts and become adults about 7 days after hatching.
Adult lice can live up to 30 days on a person’s head. A maximum of 6 to 10 nits are laid each day by each female.
Facts of Lice
- Lice like clean, healthy heads the best
- Lice are nearly as common as the common cold
- Pets do not transmit head lice to humans or vice versa.
- Anyone can get Lice
Symptoms of Head Lice
- You may not have any symptoms at first.
- Itchy scalp may start weeks or months after lice have started to spread.
- May be worse behind your ears or on the back of your neck.
- Sores on the scalp (caused by scratching) that may become infected.
- Tiny grayish white, football-shaped eggs (about the size of a poppy seed) clinging to hairs close to the scalp.
- All members of a family should be checked if one person has head lice.
- Avoid sharing hair care items, towels, bedding, clothing, hats and headgear (like helmets for sports).
- Combs, brushes and similar items should be thoroughly cleaned in hot, soapy water.
- Recently worn clothing and bedding should be washed in hot water and dried in a hot dryer for at least 20 minutes before being used again.
- Items which can’t be washed or dried can be dry cleaned.
- Clean floors, furniture, mattresses and carpeting by thoroughly vacuuming.
- The seats in cars should also be thoroughly vacuumed.
How do I know if I am louse free?
You have successfully managed to get rid of a head louse infestation if you are nit free for 10-12 days straight.