What to do for Treating Public Lice – Quick Guide not to Miss
What is the most annoying and irritating feeling when you know that “insects” have literally surrounded those areas which demand the biggest of hygiene?
It feels so embarrassing and challenging to say the least. Isn’t it?
Well, yes, I am talking about your public hair area along with armpit and even in few cases, eye brows. These insects are given the name of “lice” which may result due to having sexual contact
The high degree of resistance which public lice offer, makes it quite challenging to be treated. Yes, I am referring about how lice is seemingly unaffected by the specific “insecticide treatment” you do. Hence, you may have to look for other alternatives towards making things work.
Although insecticidal lotion is quite a desired option to treat your affected parts, yet on a safer side, you need to speak to your GP for a safer mechanism. Besides giving you “green signal” to your option, they will equally advise you the proper way of how you should apply.
In the following cases, your responsibility of taking suggestion from the doctor becomes increasingly high.
Let’s take a look at the most commonly used lotions:-
How should I apply the lotion?
The lotion works best when the body is clean and dry and you need apply on different body parts such as face, scalp, neck and ears.
Don’t forget to apply on your eye-brows and in the event when you have moustache or beard, then you have to apply as well. While applying on eye brows, be at a safer side that it doesn’t enter in your eyes or else wash them immediately
Importantly, your public area which includes hair around anus and hair between your legs need to be covered
How much of a lotion should I use?
Well, a grown-up person needs 100 ml which comes to roughly 30-60 g of cream
What do I need to do while washing any body part after applying lotion?
Well, in that case, you have to re-apply
What ointment should I use for eyes?
Well, unlike your body, you don’t have use to use lotion on your eyes. You need to apply the following:-
Tip to adhere
You shouldn’t be embarrassed or feel upset or angry in having a discussion regarding public lice with your partner. Similarly, be comfortable and open in sharing your concern with GP or staff, for maximum possible pleasant difference.
We may mistake this problem to be bigger that it is actually. So, we need to treat it right for a happy and fruitful life once and forever.