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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you have to clean the whole house ?

    • No. Head lice that fall off a person quickly starve and usually die within 15 hours (and most become incapable of feeding between 3-18 hours off a host). So lice that fall on a desk, floor or coat at school will not be alive the next day. And eggs that may come off a head will not survive.

      Clothing, stuffed animals, theater seats and other items are not threats to spreading head lice. Bathing every day will not prevent or wash away head lice. Cleaning the home or bagging toys and clothing won’t help you prevent or get rid of head lice.

      That said, washing clothes or bedding of infested individuals is not a bad idea. When doing so, make sure to wash them in hot water (130° F [54.4° C]), then put them in the hot cycle of the dryer for at least 20 minutes.

  • How should I follow a method of not experiencing a lice case again after heatet-air treatment with Airalle?

    • All family members who live in the house must be checked in detail, and other family members identified as the presence of lice and vinegar should be treated on the same day.

      It minimizes the risk of re-contamination, protecting the hair with a bit repellent spray and natural lavender essential oil to avoid a bit of the process.

      The Bit repellent spray is applied by squeezing the entire dry hair. It is enough to use it in the morning without leaving the house. You need to put lavender oil in the back of the ear and your neck. Those who have any health risk, allergic status, pregnant women, nursing and children under the age of 4 should use these products more carefully and in a small amount.

      Oil and sprays are not effective in protecting hair, so the children who go to school should not use their belongings to collect their hair while going to school, their friends ' hats, buckles and combs. You can minimize the risk of reinfection with these methods.
  • Does the NITs Pro Center use chemical substances to treat Airle hot air?

    • The Nitspro Center's Airallé ® treatment is reliable and extremely natural. The Airallé ® appliance is a device that does not contain any chemicals and kills only hot air by blowing lice and vinegar.
  • Do I encounter any side effects after the procedure?

    • Airalle Hot air treatment is a device that blows hot air and does not contain any chemical substances and does not show any side effects after the procedure.
  • Does the temperature in Airalle heated-air treatment damage my scalp and my hair?

    • Airalle Hot Air Treatment device is set at the temperature not to burn the scalp and damage the hair.
  • Can anyone apply hot air treatment to Airalle?

    • Airalle Hot air treatment is not preferred in small children under 4 years of age. There is no harm in implementing anyone above 4 years of age.
  • What Are Head Lice?

    • Head lice are tiny insects that live on the scalp. They do not live on pets or other animals. A louse (the singular form of lice) has six legs, each with a curved claw that can tightly hold onto hair. Head lice crawl easily between hairs, but they cannot fly or jump. Head lice feed on human blood only. A louse does not dig or burrow into the skin–it uses its needle-like mouthparts to suck blood through the skin.
  • What is the life cycle?

    • Head lice live on your head as either lice eggs (nits) or hatched lice (the lice that crawl through your hair). Hatched lice can either be adult lice and nymphs (baby lice). The adult louse is no bigger than a sesame seed and is grayish-white or tan. Nymphs are smaller and become adult lice roughly 10 days after they hatch. Lice feed on blood from your scalp several times a day. Although some lice have been observed living up to 2 days off the scalp, most lice die within 15 hours of coming off the head. Head lice only live for about three weeks. An adult female louse will lay about five eggs each day. She attaches each egg with a cement-like material that does not wash out. The eggs do not grow, move or cause any health problems. Once fully developed, the nymph breaks out of the egg, crawls onto the hair and leaves behind the now-empty eggshell. The empty eggshell will never produce another louse, but it will remain glued to the hair until it is broken or cut off. The nymph will grow in size and shed its skin every few days until it has matured to become an adult. Only adult females can lay eggs.
  • Is there a definite solution to the Bit problem?

    • Yes. The NITs Pro Center offers a definite solution for 0-bit and vinegar after the Airallé ® device in just 90 minutes and after the special seruming process.
  • What is the natural solution? Are chemical substances used in your applications?

    • The NITs Pro Center's Airallé ® treatment is reliable and extremely natural. The Airallé ® device gives the hair an air of course.
  • What is our success rate as Nitspro Center?

    • In a single session we have been treated in thousands of patients at a time ranging from 90 minutes to 150 minutes according to hair type, density and bit/vinegar ratio, and our success rate is 0. After treatment, there is no free re-treatment of any problems within the 10-day period.
  • How do you identify lice?

    • You may be able to see the lice or nits by parting your child’s hair into small sections and checking for lice and nits with a fine-tooth comb on the scalp, behind the ears, and around the nape of the neck (it’s rare for them to be found on eyelashes or eyebrows). A magnifying glass and bright light may help. But it can be tough to find a nymph or adult louse — often, there aren’t many of them and they move fast. Be sure to check with your child’s school nurse or childcare center director to see if other children have recently been treated for lice. If you discover that your child does have lice or nits, contact the staff at the school and childcare center to let them know. Find out what their return policy is. Many schools have a “No Nit” policy and will not let children return to school if they have nits in their hair.
  • What Are Nits?

    • Nits are lice eggs. Academics often distinguish a nit as an empty egg shell attached to the hair, but most people think of nits as viable eggs that will hatch into lice. Nits look like tiny yellow, tan, or brown dots before they hatch. Lice lay nits on hair shafts close to the scalp, where the temperature is perfect for keeping warm until they hatch. Nits look sort of like dandruff, only they can’t be removed by brushing or shaking them off. Although much smaller than lice, nits are often easier to spot on the head because they are “glued” to the hair and can’t crawl away. Lice eggs typically hatch 7-10 days after they’re laid. After hatching, the remaining shell looks white or clear and stays firmly attached to the hair shaft.
  • How do people get Lice?

    • Head lice are almost always caught directly from another person, usually children. This typically happens when people are in head-to-head contact, such as when they share a bed or play together in close proximity. Louse eggs cannot move and are not transmissible. Head lice are rarely transmitted via a shared comb or hat, but transmission via shared baseball helmets is common.
  • What are the phases of the circus's Bite transformation?

    • The formation of vinegar develops as follows;

      Hair lice leaves their eggs in areas that are very close and warm to the scalp. Afterwards, the hair grows away from the bottom of the hair and the vinegar is stretched. The vinegar emerges from the egg within a week and the first growth phase occurs. In two weeks, it completes the phases of development of ICT. After full growth occurs, lice begin to mate and multiply. She leaves her eggs in a day or two after mating. In the following days, females leave 4-8 eggs a day. After laying a bit, it dies about 33 days later.