Pediculosis capitis (also known as Head lice infestation and Cooties) is a human medical condition caused by the colonization of the hair and skin by the parasitic insect Pediculus humanus capitis—the head louse. Typically, only the head or scalp of the host is infested, although the disease can occur in other hairy parts of the body, like leg hairs. Head lice feed on human blood (hematophagy), and itching from lice bites is a common symptom of this condition.
I'm having a battle against these creatures AGAIN after my daughters brought those uninvited guests! ARGGGHHH. This may sound insignificant to some people, but for me this battle seems so tiring as this is not the first time they brought home those uninvited and unwanted guests.
I reckon most of us know how to combat the headlice. We just need to wash the infested head with the specia headlice shampoo and comb out all the louse. Hopefully after a few applications, my daughters head will be freed again from Pediculosis Capitis.