“As the years go on, we see more and more clients who have used chemical products, and still have live bugs in their hair, which is obviously a cause for concern,” according to Wendy. Today's head lice have mutated to become resistant to chemical lice treatments and these bugs are now dubbed "super lice" by lice experts due to their increasing heartiness. Evidence is mounting to support this thesis.
The National Pediculosis Association in Newton, MA, the leading public advocacy organization in the US, lists several studies on its site showing lice resistance to a variety of pediculicides. Fran Altschuler, president of the organization, stated at a conference in Stockholm that, “while chemical treatments, pediculicides, and broad spectrum antibiotics develop resistance and potentially adverse health effects, nothing compares to the kindness of a comb.”
In July 2012, the Center for Disease Control in Australia (CDC) released a finding that increasing resistance of lice to (chemical) products and concerns about toxicity and side effects support possible changes in lice treatment recommendations. Examples include changes from chemical treatment to non-chemical lice treatments including occlusive head lice products, as well as combing.
LiceDoctors uses a combination of occlusion (suffocation)
“Our plan is safe and effective", states Karen, "Since families who use chemicallice-
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