I found getting a prescription from my DD doc worked best. I tried Nix and also the store brand but the prescription is what finally did the trick. Also, you can buy Lysol to treat the beds and carpets instead of buying the expensive bed spray they offer...it works just as good. Be sure to put all the stuffed animals in garbage bags and tie them closed, will need to leave them in there for like 10-14 days. All bedding and clothing that they have been in contact with will need to be watched and dried on the hottest possible setting...this will ensure if there are any lice or eggs on them, they will be killed/suffocated. GL...I dealt with lice at the beginning of the school year with my DD...was my first time and I did a lot of research.
at 4:32 PM on May. 10, 2011