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my sister brings in lice all the time, how should I remove it?
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Cut off her hair.
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.. how and why is she bringing in lice all the time?
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Use a head lice solution treatment, obviously do your research on the ingredients and the effectiveness.
When I was young my mum used to try washing with shampoo and combing my hair with a lice comb but it never worked they kept coming back for weeks.
When she used a lice solution, they went away immediately in like 3 days. Since she applied it for 3 days (as it said on instructions) and the solution was active for a while (lice can't live outside a host very long) they never did come back.
Obviously we still changed and washed bedding and clothes.
It kinda burned though, I still remember laughing when I would hear my hair popping and cracking under the bag I had over it -.- I still have hair thank God.

(I don't remember what it was called but it was over the counter from a pharmacy)
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why was hoover the first thing that came to my mind..😭
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