Featured in Peninsular Living October 15, 2018

The May edition of Peninsular Living saw the founder of No Nits Now featured in a special article celebrating ‘Mumpreneurs’. Read all about ‘The Hair Angel’ Peninsular Living. Read more

No Nits Now in the Manly Daily October 15, 2018

Did you see us in the Manly Daily? We love helping people who are battling with head lice. Let us help you today, enquire now! Read the article here. Manly Daily Read more

Can I tell I have nits by looking? October 15, 2018

I hear it all the time, ‘I’ve had a good look’… When you first get head lice, you won’t see anything by looking… When someone first ‘gets head lice’, they’re only ‘getting one louse’. This louse has been passed on from someone with a current head lice infestation or left behind on a shared brush […] Read more

Could head lice be effecting my child’s sleep? September 18, 2014

Children can often be very slow in recognising they have head lice. Its not until someone notices the constant scratching and investigates a little further that the head lice situation is realised! Up until this point, the child can be scratching subconsciously for weeks without anyone noticing. This scratching doesn’t finish in their sleep – […] Read more

What are nits and lice? September 3, 2014

Head lice (scientific name Pediculus capitis) are parasitic insects that feed on human blood, cause itching from their bites but they do not carry disease. Lice can cause bacterial infections only when a bite is scratched with a dirty finger. The plural of louse is lice, a nit is the egg and a nymph is […] Read more

Why does my child (or I) have them? September 3, 2014

Head lice enjoy a clean environment, so don’t assume you’re dirty if you or your child contract them. It’s possible for anyone to get head lice. Head lice are transferred from person-to-person by hair-to-hair or head to head contact. The lice do not jump, fly or swim. Lice walk from one hair to another. Head […] Read more