To get rid of lice quickly, comb out the lice and nits, then dry the hair using hot air. You need a fine-toothed metal comb, a paper towel, a plastic bowl with water, a regular comb, several hair clips, conditioner and a... More »

For children aged 2 and under, parents must manually remove head lice by wetting or conditioning the hair and using a fine-tooth comb to extract the parasites, according to KidsHealth. Older kids and adults have the opti... More »

To remove lice eggs or nits, comb the hair with a lice and nit comb. Vegetable oil or conditioner can be used to promote easy removal of lice and their eggs. Treating the hair for nits may require several hours if the ha... More »

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To remove lice eggs or nits, comb the hair with a lice and nit comb. Vegetable oil or conditioner can be used to promote easy removal of lice and their eggs. Treating the hair for nits may require several hours if the ha... More »

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Lice eggs, also known as nits, are tiny yellow, brown or tan dots that lie on hair shafts close to the scalp. They cannot be removed by regular brushing or shaking of the head. Lice eggs hatch within one to two weeks aft... More »

The best way of treating nits is to remove them with a fine-tooth nit comb, according to Karen Pallarito on Health.com. She recommends working through the hair by combing each section carefully, checking for any straggle... More »

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To remove dead lice and nits from a child's hair, a special tool called a nit comb is used, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Medical packages often feature nit combs alongside lice shampoo. Wh... More »

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