Head Lice & Scabies

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  • An effective treatment against head lice
  • Works faster than any other head lice treatments
  • For children over two years of age and adults

From £6.99

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  • Effectively kills crab lice and scabies
  • Should be applied to the whole body
  • Provides instant relief

From £29.99

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Lyclear Dermal Cream

  • An effective topical treatment for crab lice and scabies
  • Easy to use formula
  • Treats the infestation with a single dose

From £10.95

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Derbac M

  • Effective treatment of head lice
  • Also effective for pubic lice and scabies
  • Contains the active ingredient malathion

From £19.99

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  • Treats molluscum contagiosum (MC)
  • Clears the skin of the virus in 2 to 4 weeks
  • Contains the ingredient potassium hydroxide

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What causes head lice & scabies?

Head lice are infectious. Individuals can become infected with head lice when the insects crawl onto the head. You might get head lice due to the following ways;

  • Touching your head to other’s head who already has head lice.
  • Sharing personal products (combs or items) of someone with head lice.
  • Fabric items use after a person with head lice.
  • Using other’s towels, pillows, or upholstery.

Head lice transmission via inanimate objects may also be possible. These inanimate objects may include combs, brushes, headbands, hats, barrettes, or headphones. In addition, the biggest concern for head lice transmission is close head-to-head contact in children during play.

People of all ethnicities, sexes, and ages can experience head scabies. This scabies is not caused by a lack of personal hygiene but is frequently seen in people living in urban and crowded conditions. Moreover, people in crowded living situations such as nursing homes, hospitals, and prisons are more prone to head scabies. Skin-to-skin contact may also reduce the risks of getting scabies. However, limited contact such as a handshake or hug will not normally spread the infection.

What are the symptoms of head lice and scabies?

Symptoms of Head lice

  • Itching: Itching on the scalp is the most common symptom of head lice. Scalp itching is an allergic reaction caused by louse bites. When you get head lice for the first time, you may not experience itching for four to six weeks after infestation.
  • Lice on the scalp: Lice may be visible in this condition but are not easy to spot because they are little and move quickly due to light.
  • Lice nits (eggs) on hair shafts: Lice eggs stick to hair shafts. Incubating nits (eggs) maybe not be easy to see because they are very tiny.
  • Sores on the scalp: Head lice can cause scratching leading to red or small bumps that sometimes get infected with bacteria.

Symtoms of Scabies 

  • Itching at night: Scabies can cause itching at night and can be so intense that it keeps you awake.
  • Rash: Many people can experience scabies rash. These rashes cause little bumps. The bumps can look like tiny bites, hives, or pimples. People can also develop scaly patches that look like eczema.
  • Sores: If you scratch an itchy rash, you can develop sores. These sores can also get an infection.
  • The thick crust: The skin forms this crust when you develop a severe type of scabies. In the case of crusted scabies, the itch and rash become severe.

How to prevent head lice and scabies?

The following are the effective steps to prevent head lice scabies;

  • Avoid sharing clothes such as sports uniforms, coats, hats, hair ribbons, or barrettes.
  • Do not share brushes, towels, or combs.
  • Avoid head-to-head contact during activities at the playground, home, school, etc.
  • Do not lie on pillows, carpets, couches, or beds that have been in contact with another person.
  • Always vacuum the furniture or floor where the infested person sat or lay.
  • Avoid prolonged or direct skin-to-skin contact with people experiencing scabies.
  • Wash all towels and clothes before beginning the treatment.

How to treat head lice scabies?

The following are some of the effective products for treating head lice and scabies;

Can I buy Head lice scabies treatment online?

Many effective drugs and products are available on the click pharmacy website to prevent and treat head lice and scabies. Some gels and lotions would play an essential role in preventing and treating head lice scabies. You can contact a medical specialist at click pharmacy for the best advice. Our medical specialist will check the severity of head lice and scabies. According to the severity, the medical specialist will recommend lotion or gel. We deliver the prescribed product to your doorstep discreetly.

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Last reviewed 11 April 2023

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