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How to Manage Head Lice Outbreaks During Coronavirus

This is a scary and unprecedented time for our world. Here at My Hair Helpers, we have always been committed to our customers as they navigate the hardships of head lice cases in their schools, homes and communities. We do not believe in panicking, as this can cause unnecessary fear and chaos. We believe this to be true even now as the novel coronavirus gains traction in the states.

Doing what we do best, we want to make sure that individuals and families dealing with head lice have a plan of action to prevent panic. You do not have to sit at home feeling uncomfortable during this time. In fact, with schools closed across much of the U.S., including here in California, now is the time to get a head lice infestation under control. 

My Hair Helpers Remains Open 

My Hair Helpers remains open during coronavirus. We have two salons – one in Downey and one in Thousand Oaks, California. If you or your child has lice, please make an appointment and we will be happy to treat you with our safe, nontoxic products. 

In addition to our salons, we also have a mobile service that continues to operate. We serve Ventura and Los Angeles counties, so if you live in one of these areas, please contact us for an appointment. We are taking extra precautions to ensure the safety and health of our customers, and you can expect this whether you schedule an in-salon appointment or mobile appointment. 

Our Products are also Available on Amazon 

If you don’t reside in Southern California, or you prefer to stay home right now, you can purchase our products on Amazon. We have convenient kits that include everything your family needs to stay lice free, including lice eliminator combs and mint shampoos, conditioners and sprays. Shop at your leisure, stay safe and have our products delivered straight to your doorstep! 

Why Now is a Great Time to Get Head Lice Infestations Under Control 

If your child is out of school due to coronavirus, this is the time to get head lice infestations under control. We realize that many families continue to see re-infestations because they send their children to school or daycare where cases of head lice are present. With states closing schools, daycares, community centers, etc., this gives you the opportunity to treat your child’s head lice and prevent new infestations. Sometimes, we have to find the silver lining in things, and this is one of them.

My Hair Helpers will continue to be here for you during this challenging time. Contact us today if you have any questions or concerns, or shop for our safe, nontoxic head lice treatment and prevention products on Amazon. Most importantly, stay healthy and stay safe. And please let us know if you need anything. We are here for you! 

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Head lice are tiny six-legged insects that are blood-sucking parasites. They live on the scalp of humans. Head lice are the little and wingless insects with a size of sesame seeds that make their home on the human head and spread diseases by sucking the blood from the scalp. Infections and diseases caused by head lice are generally faced by on-going school students and their family members as the head of students come in contact with the head of other students. Contact My Hair Helpers to guaranteed head lice removal services. We are professional head lice removal experts known for our best service and customer support.


The evidence for head lice goes back many centuries. Lice was named as the third plague in the Old Testament of the Bible. The shell casings for lice have been found on Egyptian mummies. Live Lice on the head and their eggs can be killed by opting for different lice treatments that are available in different forms such as lotions, shampoos, and creams and these can be used at home without any hassle. It is necessary for the women who are pregnant or breastfeed their babies to take suggestions from a renowned doctor about the risk-free products.


In the majority of cases, head lice is passed with head to head contact. A smaller number of cases are passed through brushes and combs and sharing hats. Lice don’t like to leave their food supply unless a warm head is waiting for them.


Head lice actually prefer clean hair! It’s more difficult for them to lay eggs on greasy or dirty hair.