Cyndi Schulken, RN, BSN, School Nurse, Camp Nurse
I sell the same amazing, safe, lice treatment product
used by lice removal salons all over the country For
A Fraction of the Cost:
#1 A nit and a small louse taped to paper
I took this picture to show how small
lice and nits are compared to my fingers.
You can hardly see the tiny nit.
#2 A nit on a hair
This picture was taken with my camera.
Using my magnification tool
I took the picture from my TV screen.
It is the nit from picture #1.
#3 The small louse from picture #1 above
Notice how clearly the ring of blood shows up. Also, notice the shape of the claws which the louse uses to attach to the scalp and hold on.
No wonder you can't wash them out
with regular shampooing!!
#4 Dead louse after treatment
with Nit Free Lice Treatment Mousse
Notice the size of my finger, the straight pin,
and the louse.
#5 Dead louse from picture #4
(After Treatment with Nit Free)
This picture was taken using my camera
and the lice magnification tool.
Believe it or not, this dead louse
is the magnified picture from above!
IT CAME FROM MY HAIR!
#6 Dead louse after Nit Free Treatment
You can see that the exoskeleton of this louse
has been dissolved by the enzyme treatment.
#7 An egg (nit) combed out after treatment
Combing out eggs is possible
because the enzyme formulation
in Nit Free Lice Treatment Mousse
dissolves the cement-like quality nit glue.
#8 A dissolved louse combed out on Day 7
The actual size of this dead louse is very small.
Due to the microscopic size of nymphs and nits,
don't be surprised, but EXPECT
to continue combing out
dead lice or eggs for several days.
At this point, I had nit-combed my hair
thousands of different ways.
How could it still be in my hair? But...
HE (OR SHE) WAS NOT ALIVE!!
Even if you can't see anything being
combed out of the hair,
CONTINUE NIT-COMBING DAILY
for 2 weeks.
YOU WILL GET RID OF YOUR LICE!