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FullMarks Lice and Nits


Eliminates Lice in an Easy, Effective and Odorless Way. Goodbye to Lice and Nits in 5 minutes.

What are lice?

1. The female louse carries the eggs or nits.

2. The louse lays nits at the roots of the hair.

3. From each egg, the young nymph is born.

4. This nymph is growing.

5. Until it becomes an adult louse.

Have you noticed that the little one in the house scratches his head excessively?

If so, you may have lice. At FullMarks we know how annoying these invaders can be, that's why we explain what you need to know about them and how to Eliminate them Effectively .

This condition, also known as Head Pediculosis , is usually more common in children and is caused by the infestation of these tiny insects, which feed on the blood they extract from the scalp of the person they have invaded.

Lice are almost the same size as a sesame seed. Although, generally, the body of this insect is usually light shades of gray or brown, it can also vary to a more reddish color.

In addition to this, Lice are also characterized by being parasitic beings, which is why they invade areas of the head such as the scalp, the back of the neck or the back of the ears to feed and reproduce.

How do Lice reproduce?

Once they have invaded a person's head, Lice can live for approximately 30-40 days and go through 3 phases of development:

1. The egg (also known as nit ) that incubates for 6 days.

2. The nymph is like a louse but smaller and becomes an adult after 7 days of hatching from the egg.

3. The adult louse that usually lives for about 14 days.

In addition, Lice are insects that stand out for Growing and Multiplying Very Quickly since, in fact, a female can lay between 5-10 eggs a day on the scalp, depositing them in the roots of the hair.

A factor that usually influences its reproduction is temperature, being more frequent in the warm months than in the winter months.

Due to their rapid reproduction, it is also important that we find a solution to eliminate them as soon as possible.

However, it is essential that, in addition to eliminating both the nymphs and the adult lice, we also effectively remove the nits because otherwise, the reproduction cycle would be repeated and, therefore, these insects would continue to cause discomfort to the person. affected and infecting others.

How are Lice spread?

A lice infestation is very contagious and because of this, as well as the symptoms and problems they cause, it is necessary to treat it to get rid of all of them , including the eggs. Its rapid reproduction and transmission by direct contact from one person to another make contagion very simple.

However, these insects cannot jump or fly, but move by crawling, so they are transmitted when heads come into contact or by sharing the infested person's personal objects such as hats, headphones, scarves, headbands. hair clips, hairpins, combs or other hair or head accessories.

Because lice are spread mainly through direct contact between one head and another, this parasitic condition is more common in school-age children. The good news is that treating them is simple and effective with FullMarks ! Lotion or Spray !

Common symptoms of lice

Some of the symptoms that may indicate that your child has lice are:

1. Intense itching and tickling sensation on the scalp: if you notice that the child frequently and insistently scratches his head, he probably has lice.

2. Itching behind the ears or on the back of the neck.

3. Minor wounds or scratches on the head : They usually appear due to excessive scratching of the head.

4. Problems sleeping , since lice are more active at night.

In which areas to look for Lice?

- Eggs or nits : although they can be confused with dandruff due to their whitish tone and size, nits are mainly found on the scalp and stay stuck when you shake your hair, unlike dandruff, which comes off easily.

- Adult lice : they usually appear on the back of the neck and on the back of the ears. These insects can be either grayish in color or reddish in color if they have fed.

How to detect lice?

Now that we know the symptoms that these parasites usually cause, take note of these tips that will help you detect lice quickly:

1. Check the child's head by placing it in a well-lit place.

2. Lice are very fast insects , so detecting them can be a complicated task. Therefore, first of all, we recommend that you wet your child's hair, since this will make them move more slowly.

3. Using a clean wide-tooth comb, brush your little one's hair to remove any tangles. In this way, we can detect these parasites more easily.

4. Although they can move throughout the hair, it is recommended that you first look at the back of the neck and behind the ears, since these are the areas where adult lice are usually found. It is also advisable that you observe the areas where you find bites. To make your task easier, you can use a magnifying glass.

5. Look for nits or eggs on the scalp with the help of a comb, a special comb with closely spaced teeth to remove nits and lice from the hair. Comb the hair with the brush strand by strand from the roots to the ends. Remember to clean the comb with each pass to remove any nits stuck to the scalp.

What to do if my child has lice?

The best way to treat lice is to carry out a series of actions to eliminate them:

1. Check the heads of close family members : The first thing is to check the heads of all your family members to see if they have spread to other people. This is especially important if there are other children at home.

2. Use an anti-lice treatment : do not resort to home remedies, which are ineffective. It is advisable to apply a specialized anti-lice treatment such as FullMarks anti-lice spray or lotion with lice, which will help you eliminate live lice and nits quickly and effectively.

3. Wash clothes with hot water : especially the items that the little one uses such as sheets, towels, etc. You must be clear that lice are parasites that need blood to live, so they will not last longer than 48 hours outside the human body. Washing these items will help kill any live lice that may be there.

4. Notify the school : if you have detected lice in your child, it is advisable to notify the school immediately so that the management can take the appropriate measures, thus avoiding or preventing new infections.

How to eliminate Lice and Nits?

FullMarks Anti-Lice Lotion kills Lice and Nits in a matter of 5 minutes. Its application is very simple and offers Effective Results since its ingredients act on the live lice, dehydrating it and causing its death.

It is suitable for adults and children from 1 year old, does not contain pesticides, is odorless and colorless, so it will not be too strong for children during its application.

How to use FullMarks Anti-lice Lotion ?

1. Divide the hair into 4 equal parts to ensure greater effectiveness.

2. Shake the product and apply it to the little one's hair. Then massage it.

3. Let it act for 5 minutes and then comb each strand with the special comb or brush that comes with each container of FullMarks lotion.

It is recommended that after the lotion you use the Post Treatment Shampoo to facilitate the removal of dead nits and lice. It is the ideal complement to guarantee the best results.

How to use FullMarks Anti-lice Spray ?

The FullMarks Spray , meanwhile, is similar and you should apply it in the same way.

1. Separate the hair into 4 equal parts.

2. Comb your little one's hair to detangle it and, once you have shaken the bottle, apply the product to dry hair.

3. Massage the hair and scalp well and let it act for 5 minutes.

4. The last thing will be to use the special comb to eliminate lice and nits.

In cases of severe infestations, it may be necessary to repeat the treatment, so it is recommended to check the head again in 7 days for live lice. If so, repeat the process.

How to prevent Lice and Nits?

1. Wash clothes with hot water : If you have been informed of the presence of lice at school, it is advisable to wash clothes with hot water and even leave stuffed animals separately in a bag for three days. Lice do not survive more than 48 hours off the body, so it is a good option.

2. Teach the child not to share certain objects : we must ensure that children understand that they should not share personal objects such as combs, hats, ribbons, hairpins, etc. This will be the best way to avoid them.

3. Do periodic reviews : It is also very important to do periodic reviews. As? Frequently inspecting the heads of the little ones, mainly behind the neck and ears. A trick to do it quickly is to comb your head on a white surface. The lice or nits will fall on top and you will be able to detect them easily.

4. Cut your little ones' hair : Likewise, it is advisable to cut the hair of children under 2 years of age. Short hair prevents contagion, but also makes the task of eliminating them easier through the use of an effective anti-lice treatment, such as the FullMarks range.