to kill lice on ur hed take out sitafal seeds crush & heat in coconut oil keep for 1 hour wash with shampoo then comb ur hair all dead lice will come out.
Submitted by Jeannette -
ok for head lice it simple. first, rub olive oil into the head all the way to the roots, a lot. wrap hair in seran wrap for a couple of hours. the comb leaving the oil in. shower, comb, and shampoo.the oil makes the hair slick so the eggs and bugs come out easily. wash hair.
Submitted by Racheal -
ok about 2 years ago my daughter got nits. i was totally freaking out because i never had nits as a child so i didnt know what to do about them. i did soem research on the internet and i tried pretty much everything!!! i was geting extreemely fed~up with this (it had been a year) so i thought up a shampoo to use on her hair
you will need:
aprox. 600m mayonaise
10 drops of tee tree oil
half a cup of dishwashing liquid
half a cup of anti dandruff shampoo ( any brand)
half a cup of tee tree shampoo
and half a cup of listerine.
put all ingreedients into a spray bottle and shake for about 2 mins spray onto dry hair until hair is soaked, leave on for about 1 hour and then rinse out then comb out nits.
Submitted by Lizbeth -
my sister used to suffer from head and i was scared too becoz they r contagious. someone told me to use tea tree oil shampoo, me and my sister tried it n finally got rid of it.i think this remedy will help who r suffering from head lices.
Submitted by Brooklyn -
my little cousin got lice from school. We used over the counter products, mayo, vinegar, even gasoline. nothing worked we got it back.. but then one day we used Germ-X as an experiment, It worked we dumped Germ-x on her head while it was dry, and let it sit then rinsed it out and starting combing it with a lice comb. It doesnt kill eggs but it does kill the bugs. We also used lysol to spray down funiture and stuff
Submitted by Ieshia -
live in a remote area and had 4 girls staying over for a weekend. they brought 'extra uninvited guests'
opened this site and first hit the washed but dry hair with the generic listerine (leaving it on for half an hour). that cleared house in re to the hatched mess but still had the eggs.
did not have mayo or the dandruff shampoo with salycic acid so i
improvised and used a generic acne face gel wash mixed half and half with a gentle shampoo and let sit for a half hour (the face wash was under 5 dollars a bottle with a much higher concentration of acid so, figure i saved some money by not buying the shampoo).
took a quarter cup of coconut oil, warmed it on the stove and added the following essential oils:
10 drops peppermint
10 drops tea tree
15 drops rosemary
5 drops cinnamin
massaged into scalps, let sit on scalp a half hour before combing through pretty clear hair.
am setting them up at their homes with moms and the next time they come over, will be calling it beauty night and have everything ready just in case.
Submitted by Judy -
i use alcohol. saturate the hair then put a shower cap on(making sure all is secure) leave on for 15 min then rinse with vinegar and water solution.
it kills the bugs and loosens the nits to comb easier
Submitted by Gwendolyn -
hello to all..Well my daughter is 4 years old and keeps getting bugs from her older siblings that come on the weekends. I heard of a home remedy that works wonders. Add equal parts of vinegar and alcohol to hair, squeeze hair out, wrap hair in towel for a few minutes. Take the towel off and they are gone. I did not even have to comb through her hair. But please parents make sure the child covers face completely with towel while getting this stuff poured over hair. It stinks!!!!
Submitted by Kiana -
half a cup of lemon juice and 2tbls of melted butter. leave in hair for 30min then rinse out. put any brand of coconut conditioner in hair comb with nit comb. nits almost fall out! wash hair with regular shampoo then once a week use the denorex dandruff shampoo. it worked for my daughter who we have had head lice problems with for 4yrs between daycare and school.
Submitted by Amie -
coat yourchild's head in vaseline and cover wiyh a shower cap, leave overnight Apply shampoo or dish soap before getting wet, then rinse out. Comb with nit comb,your chid's hair may look greasey for a few days. Repeat in a week if needed, we have never had to repeat, this has always gotten thr lice out in one treatment.
Submitted by Fatima -
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