Our customers always wonder when their infestation started or want to know whether they caught in on time or not. It’s very hard to be totally precise with the answers, the lice’s life cycle can get us close to that answer.
From here, lice cycle circles back up and starts over although other factors may affect this cycle:
#1: Female lice can lay up to 10 eggs per day! A female louse only needs to mate once and can continue to lay viable nits for the duration of her life.
#2: the total life of a louse in a head is 30-days.
Do you suspect you have lice? Take care of it professionally. Over the counter products won’t kill the nits and possibly not all the alive bugs. Removing nits manually is a time-consuming and high risk way of getting rid of lice.