I have read that Tea Tree shampoo will kill them, and blow drying hair will as well. I wash my childrens' hair with it every few days or once a week, change their bedding regularly, and clean or put their stuffed animals in the dryer as a precaution so they do not get it. If she is continuing to get it, maybe they have not gotten rid of all the eggs. Vacuum the furniture, clean the bedding and toys, use RID, and the nit comb, and then follow up in about a week with RID again, as the eggs will have hatched by then. Also, do not share clothing, hair combs or hats or anything like that.
at 3:36 PM on Sep. 28, 2010