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White Vinegar Home Remedy for Lice!
White vinegar is a foolproof and economical means for eliminating nits. It contains acetic acid which destroys the lice. Read more

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4.5/5.0
Salt Solution
Salt helps gets rid of nits through desiccation. Read more

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4.3/5.0
Tea Tree Oil 1 vs. Hair Lice 0
Tea tree oil is a natural insecticide. It is one of the most effective, if not the most effective, treatment for head lice. Read more

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4.0/5.0
Salt to get rid of lice
Salt manages to kill the lice through creating an environment of extreme dryness on your scalp. Read more

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4.0/5.0
Smelly but it works! Garlic
The pungent smell of the garlic will suffocate the lice and ultimately kill them. Read more

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3.7/5.0
Coconut Oil
Use coconut oil to get rid of lice by parting hair into small sections and completely coat each piece with coconut oil. Let sit for 3 hours and then comb back out with the small lice comb. This... Read more

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3.7/5.0
Vaseline/ Petroleum Jelly
Petroleum jelly can have a stifling effect on roaming lice. Read more

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3.7/5.0
It is all about the Sesame Seed Oil!
Sesame seed oil is high in antibacterial, antifungal and natural insecticide properties. It is great at tackling the bane that is head lice! Follow these easy steps to lice free hair! Read more

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3.5/5.0
Baby oil/ Olive oil
Baby oil and olive oil have a repugnant smell which helps suffocate hair lice. Read more

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tea tree oil
Tea tree oil is a powerful weapon to kill the head lice without any harmful side effects Read more

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3.3/5.0
Garlic to ward of the lice....
Garlic has a strong fragrance which can suffocate and kill lice - only problem is, it the smell might be too bad for you and your kids who you are treating! Read more

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3.0/5.0
Neem Oil
Neem oil is the most effective means I’ve found to treat nits and head lice. It is extracted from fruits and seeds of the neem tree, which is native to the Indian subcontinent. Neem oil contains an... Read more

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2.5/5.0
Peanut Butter goodbye lice!
This is a simple home remedy that really does help to get rid of hair lice. Apparently how it works is that it 'starves' the lice and eggs of oxygen. Read more

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2.3/5.0
This might be gross but.... don't wash your hair
Apparently Nits (Hair Lice) do not like dirty hair as much as clean hair. So if you are at risk of catching lice (children at school with lice going around) try to reduce the number of times you... Read more

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Mayonnaise
Mayonnaise is largely made up of oil which helps suffocate head lice. Read more

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Simple Cure for Hair Lice with Staphisagria
If you suspect you or a loved one has hair lice, then Staphisagria is the answer. It's a simple treatment, that doesn't involve nasty chemicals or painstaking use of a comb. The cure comes from... Read more

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