How to check your child for headlice

How to check your child for headlice

Once your child begins or returns to school it is important that you are prepared for the possibility of unwanted visitors!

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We don't like to talk about it, even mention it, but headlice is rife, particularly amongst children. Once toddlers attend nursery and are mixing with lots of different children, they can come home with some very unwanted visitors.

Take a look at the infographic above to be sure you know how best to check your little one's hair for headlice.

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