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What is the best way to get rid of head lice? If you're dealing with a head lice infestation - maybe your child got them from an outbreak at school, or you spent time volunteering abroad where head lice are a common issue - you want a prooduct that's going to be effective yet gentle. Head lice usually spread by sharing hats, combs and other hair accessories. Anyone can get head lice: it's not related to cleanliness.

Because lice can live for a period of time on bedding, stuffed animals, and clothing, you'll want to wash those items if possible. Some companies offering lice products have sprays you can also use on carpets, or solutions that can be added to the laundry for linens and other items that can't be washed and dried on high-heat settings.

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Lice Logic

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Cost:

$27.49 for 8-ounce bottle (up to 16 applications) + nit comb

$24.95 for just the 8-ounce bottle

LiceLogic was created by a mom frustrated with a lice outbreak in her child's classroom. Working with an entomologist and a chemist, LiceLogic founder Jill Taft designed a non-toxic alternative to most commercially-produced lice products that use pesticides to kill lice and nits.

The company's main product is the LiceLogic shampoo, which consists of these ingredients:

  • Purified water
  • Proprietary enzyme blend
  • Sodium benzoate
  • Potassium sorbate
  • Saccharomyces lysate extract
  • Citric acid
  • Polysorbate-20
  • Peppermint essential oil

To apply LiceLogic, massage into damp hair and scalp for 15 minutes. Comb through the hair, and then let it stand for another 15 minutes. Without first rinsing the hair, use the included nit comb to work through the hair section by section. The shampoo is gentle enough to use daily, but you absolutely need to reapply at least once 7-10 days after the first application.

Every 8-ounce bottle contains enough for up to 16 applications, depending on the thickness and length of the hair. Customers say that a little goes a long way, so you may get even more uses out of the bottle than advertised.

While LiceLogic advertises a 100% satisfaction guarantee, their actual return policy says that they only accept unopened bottles for a refund. So, if you try their shampoo and find that it doesn't help get rid of your lice problem, you'll be out at least the $25 you spent.

That's a definite possibility: while about of the customer reviews we found say that LiceLogic works great and smells fantastic, the other fourth described the product as ineffective in solving their family's lice infestation. Of course, there's no one lice application that is 100% effective, but LiceLogic doesn't give you your money back if theirs doesn't work for you.

Because LiceLogic is non-toxic and pleasant-smelling, and because it works for the majority of their customers, we still give their shampoo a solid 3-star rating. But, we'd like to see the company offer a more competitive return policy more in line with the top lice products we reviewed.

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What about dealing with the hair itself? Prepare yourself for a lengthy process. First, you'll need to select a lice product to apply to the hair; while some people may swear by home remedies like mayonnaise or olive oil, those approaches haven't been shown to be effective enough to guarantee that you won't still have nits that hatch later on. Commercially-produced lice products are a much more trustworthy approach. You'll apply the product thoroughly according to the package directions, using a lice comb to help remove live lice and nits - the white specks that at first glance look like dandruff but are firmly attached to the hair shaft.

Recheck the hair 8-12 hours after the product is applied: if you still see active lice, the product may not be working. If this happens, you should talk with your health care provider, who may recommend a different lice product.

If the product you applied does seem to be working - in other words, no live lice are spotted when you check later - you'll still want to comb through the hair with a nit comb every 2-3 days. Why? Those nits in the hair can sometimes hatch days later. For that reason, it's also typically recommended that you reapply the lice product 9-10 days after the first application, so that any newly-hatched lice (from nits that didn't get combed out) are killed before they can lay eggs in the hair. This helps prevent self-reinfestation.

With respect to prevention, some lice product lines have a spray that can be used to help discourage lice from taking up residence in the first place; especially for girls with long hair, many moms swear by pulling their kids' hair back in tight braids before school and spraying with these prevention products, which often use tea tree oil or other natural ingredients.

When deciding which lice product to use in your family, you might feel overwhelmed by the number of choices. Here are some helpful criteria to keep in mind as you narrow down your options to the right lice product for your situation:

  • Effectiveness. How well does the product work? Do other users report that it takes care of head lice in the recommended 1-2 applications?
  • Cost. Given that you will probably have to apply the product at least twice, how much will you spend to get enough of it to cover the members of your family? How does the price compare with other available products?
  • Guarantee. Can you get your money back if the lice product doesn't work for your family?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Lice Products on the market today. We hope this information helps you get lice-free quickly, with as little hassle as possible!

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