Hairdresser Was Brushing THIS Teens Hair When She Finds Something Horrifying That Sent Chills Up Her Spine!

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Getting rid of lice used to be a lot more straightforward. When your kid came home with a note about a lice outbreak in the class, you simply combed through their hair to check for the bugs and eggs. If there were some, you bought the special shampoo and took care of the infestation.

Even going through and washing any infected clothing and bedding wasn’t entirely unmanageable. It was a pain in the butt, but once you took care of it, it was done. That may no longer be the case.

Like all living things, lice have been evolving. Specifically, some lice have developed a resistance to the drugs we’re used to using. One such example is RID, the commonly used over the counter shampoo used to snuff out lice infestations. There are now strains of Super lice that can survive such medications.

The phrase “Super lice” refers to strains of lice that are resistant to pyrethroids. Pyrethroids are the chemical agents most commonly used to treat head lice. Over the course of hundreds of years, head lice have learned to cope and even survive when put into contact with this chemical. This is bad news for parents of children with lice.

Many methods used to eliminate head lice are no longer useful against these evolved strains. Popular all-natural treatments like tetri oil and peppermint oil are not effective for treating super lice. However, all hope is not lost. There is research being done around the clock to develop new treatments. Additionally, dousing one’s head in coconut oil still helps to suffocate the bugs before combing out the eggs.

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She Thought She Had A Really Bad Eye Infection. But The Truth Is Way More Scary!

A woman had been plagued by an uncomfortable and itchy sensation in her eye for several days so she finally decided to visit an eye doctor. He found something quite unusual and very uncommon; eye lice in her lashes. The woman, Ms. Zhang, hails from Northeast China and had suffered from a stroke two days prior to seeking medical help for her eye problem.

She’d had an annoying, itchy problem with her eyes for some time and ignored it until it became unbearable. At her request, her son inspected her eye and he immediately noticed a few extremely tiny, crab-like bugs crawling around on her lashes. Her eye doctor confirmed and diagnosed her eye lice problem and promptly removed them with a pair of fine forceps. When it was all done, he had pulled over twenty of the tiny parasites off her eyelid.

While most people know about head lice, the tiny insects that live on the scalp, few people are aware of eye lice. Eye lice are almost microscopic, white parasites that live in the eyebrows and eyelashes of people where they feed off of blood and skin.

Adults will attach themselves to the skin around a lash, lay eggs which are called nits, and 6-10 days later they hatch. After 15 days the nits are full grown and they start to lay more eggs, thus causing an infestation. Symptoms of eye lice include sudden and extreme itchiness on your eyelids, tearing, feeling tired or ill, small red spots from lice bites, eye redness, and conjunctivitis.

To treat the problem, a doctor has to remove them individually and often will prescribe an antibiotic which suffocates the lice. Harsh, commercial chemicals are not used since they can easily hurt or damage sensitive eyes. This type of lice is very uncommon and most often stems from contact with either pets or eyelash extensions. Hopefully, this is the only case of it you will ever see in your lifetime, it looks really gross and painful.

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