Application of STREPTOkill for lice
Dilute Streptokill first. Spray 1 part of Streptokill into a small glass (40 sprays = approx. 4 ml), then add 3 parts of water (2 teaspoons = approx. 12 ml) and massage the solution into the hair and scalp. Do not wash or rinse your hair after application, instead allow your hair to dry or just wipe them gently with a towel. Better than wiping your hair is to comb it with a fine comb, or even massage it into the scalp.
The procedure can be repeated without restrictions several times per day. As prevention, following the described procedure once every 2-7 days or after washing the hair with a shampoo should be sufficient.
Lice have been a problem to humanity for millennia. This is a very common matter, primarily affecting children, who are ideal hosts to lice. Lice are tiny insects that live in the hair of their host. They feed on blood, without which they are not able to survive more than one day. They lay eggs (nits) and attach them near the hair root using a special, sticky excretion that is able to withstand shampoos or common combs. Only three species of lice parasite on humans:
1.head lice (living only in hair or facial hair)
2.body lice (living in the clothes of the host, from which they climb on the skin to feed)
3.pubic lice (living in the pubic hair)
All three species are similar and differ only in their location. Another difference is the life span of the body lice, which is able to survive without blood for up to 30 days. The other two types are able to survive without feeding for only 24 hours.
The presence of lice is noticed by itchy skin, which results almost in constant scratching. On closer inspection, you can detect white eggs called nits. The scalp can sometimes burn due to an allergic reaction that can occur in some cases or it can get infected by continuous vigorous scratching.
How to get rid of lice
Nowadays, many products are freely available for the treatment of lice. Apart from natural products, there are largely insecticidal (terminating insects) shampoos or sprays. These can be significantly aggressive. Extermination of lice is often a matter of several weeks, because usually it is not possible to kill all the nits so it is necessary to repeat the procedure after their hatching.