Summer2017 is way so over but the infestation of "Kuto" among students is still here.
Kamot-ulo while studying is normal only if you don't know the answer sa tanong ni teacher. But if the kamot is about that blood sucking itty bitty pest called kuto, ibang usapan na yan. What's even worse is that it can cause skin infection pa! And yes, the struggle is effin real.

I say the best option is still being with the proper hygiene, + preventive measures. Like stop mingling with seatmates with lice, or keep distance. But if the infestation is just too much, Nako! walang kawala ang kids mo dito. 
Oplan Alis Kuto Starter Pack: Suyod, White Cloth, and Your Mama na galit na galit  sa kuto :P

Us, moms, will look for the effective remedy the mano y mano removal of head lice sabay tiris! Manually picking off the eggs and the lice. some put baby oil on the scalp and hair starnds, and some go for the extremes, using kerosene.

But this will take so much time and effort. 
Is there any other way?

Look no more for the cure #LiceAliz is here to help!

About one-third of elementary public school students in the Philippines suffer from head lice-related problems. Head lice infestation or pediculosis can cause severe itchiness and infection of the scalp, but this could be the least of these children’s worries; the social stigma associated with having kuto can leave lasting psychological damage on both children and their parents.

Licealiz Head Lice Treatment Shampoo conducts shampooing programs for children all over the Philippines

Starting this September, Lamoiyan Corporation’s Licealiz Head Lice Treatment Shampoo will be conducting Nationwide Oplan Alis Kuto as a part of its Kilusang Kontra Kuto effort to educate the public on lice infestation issues. The Licealiz caravan will travel to different schools and barangays all over the country to hold shampooing programs and lectures for students and their parents.

A survey of communities visited by the Licealiz caravan last year found that 47% of respondents from the Visayas and 76% of respondents from Mindanao said that their children were bullied and teased for having head lice, causing some of them to miss school to avoid their peers. The parents, on the other hand, feel incompetent and embarrassed for being unable to prevent head lice from infesting their children.

Supported by UP Manila College of Public Health, DepEd, and Mommy Bloggers Philippines

“We want to remove the stigma associated with having kuto by educating communities on lice infestation issues,” said Lamoiyan Corporation Marketing Director Bing Cavestany. “We want to drive home the message that everyone can be potentially infested by kuto, that it’s not something to be ashamed about, and definitely not something to ridicule others for. We also hope to encourage these communities to unite and take action to solve this public health problem together,” shared Cavestany. 

Licealiz leads the Kilusang Kontra Kuto for a kuto-free Philippines.

Here are some of the not-so-fun-facts about Lice

1. Adult Lice = size of a sesame seed

2. Head lice do not jump or fly. They just walk/crawl

3.Lice are Blood-Sucking pest/insect

4. Female Lice can lay 50-100eggs in its lifetime

5. nits or lisa can hatch in justv 7-10 days

6. Head lice won't survive a day away from a scalp.

Now on its second year, the Kilusang Kontra Kuto aims to raise awareness about lice infestation issues and prevent and treat head lice infestations. Last year, the campaign reached 30 communities and over 10,000 children and parents in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

Licealiz invites everyone to join the Kilusang Kontra Kuto in changing the public’s perception about head lice infestation and spreading correct information regarding head lice prevention and treatment.

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