Yes, anything will die if it ingests enough of those products, but lice can survive being submerged in water for 8+ hours and are very resilient. It isn't very healthy to leave poisonous products on anyone's, especially children's heads, and can be life threatening. If you want to get rid of lice, the only [...]
Most lice salons charge $99/hour for treatment and you can expect the average adult with shoulder length hair to take 1.5 hours, which equals $148.50. This will vary depending on the skill of the lice specialist and the thickness, curliness, and length of the hair as well as if the hair is coarse or [...]
Yes, hair dryers will kill lice. It is difficult to do because you have to get the heat down to the scalp and work through very methodically to make sure you get every live louse before it can move from a hot section to a cooler section and dry out every nit. Be careful [...]
It depends. If you bleach your hair first, you may kill more lice than just using hair dye by itself. It's possible to hatched lice this way, but it's unlikely that all the nits will die from one application of hair dye. You are better off using a lice kit from the store to [...]
After reaching adulthood and mating female lice will lay about 3-8 eggs every day, which 21-56 eggs a week, until they die after 30 or so days. An egg takes about 8-10 to hatch, another 8-10 days to fully mature and be ready to lay eggs.
Hair salons can legally remove lice and provide over the counter lice treatment products, but the vast majority do not have the skills or knowledge to do it, and most will not do it.
Most salons will not cut hair once they find lice. There is a lot of confusion about the rules and guidelines for hair salon and head lice. According to the Oregon Health Authority Board of Cosmetology, hair salons may provide over the counter treatment for head lice and will not be punished for doing [...]