Lafayette Hill, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/27/2014 -- The Nit Nanny is now offering olive oil based natural lice treatment for summer 2014. Pure olive oil has long been touted as an effective natural lice treatment, but the reality is olive oil and mayonnaise will not accomplish much on their own. The Nit Nanny Lice Solution Treatment combines olive or olea europaea oil with other natural ingredients to create a unique blend that fights lice more effectively than olive oil alone. This natural lice shampoo blocks 100% of louse spiracles so they can’t latch onto the hair and feed on the scalp.
The problem with traditional pesticide treatments is that lice have become resistant to them. These OTC lice treatments contain harmful chemicals that now won’t even get rid of all the lice. Nit Nanny’s shampoo spreads easily and suffocates all live lice on contact. Chemical based prescription and OTC treatments are not sufficient to suffocate the lice. Lice are able to close their air tunnels and survive for hours during these treatments.
The Nit Nanny Olive Oil Lice Treatment stays in the hair overnight. It goes on thick and will thin out when the oil reaches the user’s body temperature. Don’t suffer through head lice with ineffective treatments. Use the Nit Nanny’s simple, painless solution for a homeopathic method that will clear hair of all traces of lice in just a few short treatments.
For more information on The Nit Nanny visit them online or call 855-899-1056.
About The Nit Nanny
The Nit Nanny Product Line treatment for head lice enables customers to effectively eliminate head lice from a child, friend, or family member’s hair. The products are free of harmful chemicals and are safe for the whole family to use. These treatments were formulated by the world’s largest lice treatment company, Lice Lifters. The owner and creator, Michele Barrack, is a mother who experienced the frustration of head lice with her own children. Lice Lifters has treatment centers throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania, with The Nit Nanny products featured in independent pharmacies and beauty supply shops.
For more information, please visit http://www.thenitnanny.com/.