Selfies and Lice

First Coast News Interviews Jacksonville Business Owner, Mandy Ottesen, of Fresh Heads Lice Removal about whether head lice can be transmitted via “selfies”:

Mandy explains that the most efficient ways to keep head lice at bay are to avoid head-to-head contact with other people, to avoid sharing hats, helmets, combs, brushes, and hair accessories. She has seen an increase in lice outbreaks among teens, but does not necessarily attribute that to “selfies.” Can children and teens contact lice by taking a “selfie”? Mandy says, “yes” but it’s not the most likely method of transmittal. View Mandy’s complete interview with First Coast News for more details on how to avoid and prevent head lice.

NOTE: Mandy Ottesen is the Owner of Fresh Heads Lice Removal, which is a Science-Based Lice Removal Company. Fresh Heads is the Exclusive Provider of the Revolutionary AirAllé™ Head Lice Machine, which allows them to provide a single treatment that does not require follow up visits or rechecks. They also offer thorough and low-cost traditional comb-outs and tools for the do-it-yourself option.

Learn more about Fresh Heads Lice Removal by visiting their website:

Or call: 904-517-4087

 

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