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Magic Nit Pick Grand Opening in Glendale, CA!
|Posted on November 17, 2015 at 7:23 PM||comments (554)|
Magic Nit Pick Coming Soon to Santa Clarita Valley
|Posted on September 26, 2014 at 1:35 AM||comments (402)|
Great news for our Santa Clarita Valley customers! Magic Nit Pick is expending with a second location in Newhall, CA @ 23120 Lyons Ave., #12. Look for our Grand Opening announcement in the next couple days.
Head Lice and Summer Camp
|Posted on May 22, 2014 at 3:14 PM||comments (148)|
Many cases of head lice go unnoticed at summer camp, even though camps check kids on the first day of camp. The warm Things you should know about head lice before you send your child to summer camp!
Weather, and direct contact makes summer camp an ideal transmission environment for head lice. The best way to prevent is to pick up your Repellent Kit "Mint Shampoo, Conditioner, and Spray" at Magic Nit Pick!
The following are the steps that your Kids Camp should be taking!
1. Carefully check all staff members upon arrival at Camp
2. Counselors should be taught how to detect symptoms of head lice, and be advised to discourage the sharing of personal articles such as hats, hair ties, hair brushes, and towels among campers
3. Every campers should be carefully screened upon arrival at Camp. If lice or eggs (nits) are found, parents should be notified to pick up their child immediately, and make sure their child has been treated for lice successfully before they are allowed to return to Camp
4. All campers should be periodically checked throughout the summer, including a thorough check before they return home
No Nits or Lice
|Posted on May 21, 2014 at 6:14 PM||comments (275)|
Came across this article by Deborah Z. Altschuler, president of the National Pediculosis Association, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization. I couldn't agree more! Schools should have a proactive no-nit policy focused on education and routine screening.
Does Mayonnaise kill head lice?
|Posted on May 21, 2014 at 6:12 PM||comments (141)|
When parents find out their children have head lice, they'll do almost anything to get rid of it. There are many myths out there as to how to kill lice, and one of the popular ones is mayonnaise. The truth is mayonnaise is not deadly, and it will not kill lice. The best way to treat lice is to use non-toxic, pesticide free natural enzymes that lice are not immunity to, and a really fine tooth comb.
Scientists Determine 99.6% of Lice Resistant to Chemical Treatment
|Posted on March 11, 2014 at 8:07 PM||comments (378)|
I came across this article today. It's hard to believe that permethrin has been banned in UK and Europe, but we still continue to sell them over the counter here in the US. It also talks about how Permethrin can damage children before they are even born from mother’s exposure raised the cancer risk for infants. http://enewspf.com/latest-news/science/science-a-environmental/50886-scientists-determine-99-6-of-lice-resistant-to-chemical-treatment.html
Mayonnaise kill lice?
|Posted on December 2, 2013 at 12:42 AM||comments (384)|
We had a customer today who came to us with her hair covered in mayonnaise. There are many myths out there as to how to kill lice, and mayonnaise is on top of that list. The truth is mayonnaise is not deadly, and it will not kill lice, and it will most definitely not loosen or break up the nits (eggs). As horrible as it may seem when you find out your child just came home from school with lice, it's not that bad. All you need is a non-toxic, pesticide free enzyme that has been tested, and proven that lice are not immune to, and an extra fine tooth comb.
How to Keep Lice Away
|Posted on September 8, 2013 at 4:31 AM||comments (133)|
It is time for back to school, and it's every parents worst nightmare to have their child come home with lice.
Here are couple simple steps you can follow to make sure to avoid, and get rid of lice.
1. Look for the obvious signs such as scratching constantly, and/or redness behind the ears, and nape of the neck.
2. Begin by inspecting the hair thoroughly. Remember, the best way to check for lice is to wash the hair first!
3.If you find that your child has lice call www.MagicNitick.com, and allow us to solve your problem in just an hour.
|Posted on July 18, 2013 at 4:07 PM||comments (541)|
What are common symptoms of head lice? Itching caused by an allergic reaction to the bites of the head louse, Irritability, difficulty sleeping (head lice are most active in the dark), and Sores on the head caused by scratching http://www.magicnitpick.com/Lice-Facts-and-Pictures.html
All Natural and Organic Treatment
|Posted on July 15, 2013 at 2:58 PM||comments (269)|
Toxins vs. Natural!!! If you choose to purchase some of the commonly known over the count Head Lice-Killing products, understand that they're all pesticides, and contain permethrin (toxic to the nerves). Not only have Head Lice become immune to all the pesticides, but do we really want to treat our children with poison? At Magic Nit Pick we use All Natural, and Organic products to treat Head Lice. Don't wait for your child to come home with Lice. You can find our All Natural line of preventative products here at http://www.magicnitpick.com/Lice-Treatment-Products.html