I Think My Grandma Give Me Lice?!

AARP Estimates 3 Million Older Adults Raising Kids. Lice Expert Reveals 3 Easy Tips To Prevent An Outbreak
Did Grandma Give Me Lice?
Did Grandma Give Me Lice?
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. - Sept. 16, 2019 - PRLog -- Lice Expert Pam Skinner has been noticing a trend in her lice treatment salon. More and more grandmothers are being treated for head lice. She thinks she knows why. Skinner suggests 3 reasons for this trend. "So many grandparents are helping with childcare after school". First, grandmothers are very affectionate (huggy) with their grandkids. Lice only need 20-30 seconds to switch heads. Second, in a recent AARP article, Ken Allen wrote that an estimated 3 million older adults are raising their grand children. Grandparents often spend more time 'head to head' with grandkids than their own parents. Third, grandmothers can be the common 'link' to spread lice to multiple sides of their families, they babysit both sets of grandchildren. There are some easy ways to prevent the spread of head lice. Most important braid and bun the hair of girls. Use a prevention spray like Coco Loco All Natural Prevention Spray, or even any scented hair product. This helps 'hide the smell of a meal' to a louse. Finally teach kids and teens to try not to touch heads, like watching a youtube with a friend on a smart phone. Or, when girls are trying to pick which of the 10 selfies they too to post to Instagram. "People are surprised that grandparents get lice too - but they do!" For more information, products and tutorial videos, go to: https://www.LiceFreeKids.com .

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