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Catching Head Lice

As a parent, one of the many jobs on your endless ‘to do’ list is to discover the best ways to protect and care for your little ones. You hear so much conflicting advice about what to do and what not to do it can sometimes feel like you’re trying to decode a complex maths equation. But when it comes to children’s skincare, your mission is simple – to keep their skin as soft, supple and hydrated as it was the day they were born.

Can children catch head lice from bedding, clothing or brushes?

There is a minute risk of children catching lice from everyday household objects. Because of the way lice are made, they have to attach to hair and can only survive for a maximum of three days away from the host, i.e. your child’s head! Research has proven that it’s not possible for eggs to hatch at room temperature, meaning there’s no way children can catch lice other than through head to head contact.

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