What Do Dead Nits Look like?


Dead nits are flat, wingless insects, which are of the size of a sesame seed that lives off blood from the human scalp. They are also known as head lice and are mainly found on the human scalp.
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1. Clip the hair into four equal sections. 2. Comb hair thoroughly. 3. Soak a towel in vinegar. Use this towel to wipe the head wherever you see any lice or eggs as you comb the hair
White 'nits' are just the empty egg cases- if the eggs are brown they haven't hatched yet.
Here's a picture compared to a penny to give you an idea of size. I hope the ones you find are all dead. Source(s) http://www.cdc.gov/NCIDOD/DPD/PARASITES/….
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