As soon as she put the comb in her hair, the hairdresser was shocked.


A mother brought her 8-year-old daughter to a beauty salon before school to have her hair cut.After waiting for her appointment, the girl sat down and the hairdresser began to comb her hair. As soon as she put the comb in her hair, the hairdresser was shocked.

He couldn’t believe that the girl had thousands of tiny insects in her hair. Upon closer inspection, he realized that the parasites on the girl’s head were lice.

The hairdresser immediately called the girl’s mother and asked her if she was aware of her daughter’s problem.

The mother replied that she knew about it but didn’t know how to get rid of the lice from the little girl’s head, and it didn’t seem important to her either.

The hairdresser was speechless upon hearing her mother’s explanation, but she wanted to make the story public to warn about the danger of lice, especially in children.

Fortunately, there are many treatments to get rid of these parasites. Once you realize that you or someone in your family has lice, you should immediately consult a doctor or use lice removal solutions. They are easily transmitted from one person to another.

Lice are tiny, wingless, parasitic insects that feed on human blood. Lice spread easily – especially among schoolchildren – through close personal contact and sharing of items.


– Nits in the hair
– Head lice
– Common signs and symptoms of lice include:
– Intense itching on the scalp, body, or genital area.
– Tickling sensation from the movement of the hair.
– Lice on your scalp, body, clothing, pubic hair, or other body hair. Adult lice can be about the size of a sesame seed or slightly larger.
– Lice eggs (nits) on the hair shafts. Nits can be difficult to see because they are very small. They are easiest to see behind the ears and at the nape of the neck. Nits can be mistaken for dandruff, but unlike dandruff, they do not brush easily from the hair.
– Sores on the scalp, neck, and shoulders. Scratching can lead to small red bumps, which can sometimes become infected with bacteria.
– Bite marks, especially around the waist, groin, thighs, and genital area.

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