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12/05/2005 11:14 PM ID: 51601 Permalink   

Got Lice? Wash your Head

 

In 2004 a California dermatologist discovered that a common facial cleaner known as Cetaphil was 96% effective in curing head lice. If his findings are accurate then this would mean a great improvement in the current treatment of lice irradication.

Before you rush out and stock up on Nuvo facial cleaner know that this study does have several limiting factors, and has not been studied long term as a full lice treatment.

The cleansers manufacture is not endorsing the study results saying it is a gentle cleanser and there is no active ingredient and there should be no effect on the lice.

 
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  Q: How do you hide money from a hippy?  
 
A: Put it under the soap!


Some people just need to practice hygiene. Period.


 
  by: theironboard     12/06/2005 08:22 AM     
  Strange  
 
It's a strange & not so well known fact that Head Lice prefer to inhabit CLEAN heads of hair.
 
  by: Lucifer_The_Dark   12/06/2005 09:19 AM     
  Yep  
 
I wouldn't say not so well known, we got taught that at school.
 
  by: vgslag   12/06/2005 10:38 AM     
  @ theironboard  
 
That was a pretty lame and uneducated comment. We all got lice at some point in our lives its called "being a kid and going to a public school".
 
  by: maddhatter   12/06/2005 03:25 PM     
  @madhatter  
 
I'll show you my diplomas if you show me yours.

P.S. I never got lice.
 
  by: theironboard     12/06/2005 07:51 PM     
  @madhatter  
 
Practice proper hygeine and you wont get lice by yourself - the reason you may still get it, is that it jumps from head to head, and there are bound to be some unhygenic kids at school that bring it there.

My schools all practiced quarrantine - any student with headlice was removed from school until they could prove that it had been effectively treated. This prevented it spreading to more than a couple of students at a time.
 
  by: lauriesman     12/06/2005 09:11 PM     
  @the ironboard  
 
im sorry but that answer wasnt in time, you're gonna have to put your mouth on this....
 
  by: duffman3030   12/06/2005 11:11 PM     
  ewwww....  
 
lol
 
  by: theironboard     12/06/2005 11:19 PM     
  Heh,  
 
when I was in elemetary school( about a hundred years ago) I remember the teachers would inspect our hair with their hands, parting the hair and looking closly. They would go from student to student looking for lice. All they were doing was spreading it throughout the class with their hands. ;)
 
  by: lurker     12/06/2005 11:31 PM     
  hygeine or lack of.....  
 
The lack of hygeine doesn't come into it as I said before, the lice prefer clean hair & can only be spread by direct hair to hair contact as they can't jump.

They also prefer long hair to short hair so all the girls with long hair are the worst culprits for spreading them, especially when they sit ith their heads inches apart gossiping about boys like they are known to do.
 
  by: Lucifer_The_Dark   12/07/2005 07:58 AM     
  they shaved my girlfriends hair off!  
 
we were 9 years old at the time and she had lovely long hair but was all of a sudden there was a lice infection and hers was too long to treat and they cut it shorter than mine! Broke my heart.
 
  by: koultunami     12/08/2005 11:10 AM     
 
 
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