Head lice killer kills millions of wriggling lice in gross clip

Now this is for sure louse up your day.

Rachel Maroun, a hairdresser, is making the skin of social media crawling with a series of viral videos featuring the minds of her clients suffering from massively gross lice infestation.

“This is your sign to check your hair for lice,” warns Maroun, 21, of Sydney, Australia, in a trending TikTok.

In the clip, which has been viewed more than 9.9 million times, the professional debugger gives her more than 3.8 million followers a gut-wrenching look at the millions of tiny eggs and lice swirling around the locks of an unknown brunette.

Maroun — whose delousing videos have previously racked up more than 97.5 million views — then carefully remove the wingless, blood-sucking pests with a special comb and cream, wiping the parasites from the comb on a white paper towel.

Professional head lice technician Rachel Maroun goes viral with video series of clients afflicted with wild lice.
Professional head lice technician Rachel Maroun goes viral with video series of clients suffering from an infestation of wild lice.
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At the end of the cringe-worthy clip, the bug-buster zooms in on itself, crushing the larger lice to death.

In a separate section, with more than 13.5 million views, Maroun addresses an unnamed client whose family was unable to eradicate her lice outbreak because they were all infected with COVID and in various stages of isolation.

“The client’s family was let in with very little equipment to treat the lice at home,” Maroun explained to NeedToKnow, noting her client’s extremely long hair. “[They were] relying on chemical shampoos and cheap lice combs that had no effect on the case of super lice they were struggling with.”

And due to the family’s lack of resources, the lice took full control of the poor woman’s head.

One of Maroun's clients suffered a massive case of lice while her family suffered from COVID in isolation.
One of Maroun’s clients suffered a massive case of lice while her family suffered from COVID in isolation.
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“The worst thing you can do if you have lice is give them time, as lice multiply far too quickly and become uncontrollable very quickly,” says Maroun, who wears a hat or protective hair gel to reduce her risk of lice. of customers to reduce.

Destroying the army of unwanted creepy critters took the skilled barber a full day.

But she claims her patient felt immediate relief after the first few swipes of her hand rake.

“The client was thrilled from the moment I finished our first part of the combing,” said Maroun.

Maroun says her client felt a significant weight loss after she started combing the lice out of her hair.
Maroun says her client felt a significant weight loss after she started combing the lice out of her hair.
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“She said she felt a ‘mass weight’ rising from her hair, and I don’t blame her as I combed out a whole family of head lice,” the leech-bomber added.

“She was extremely patient and very happy to get a thorough comb after all this time of wrestling.”

However, while the client was giddy from the cleaning, the online audience was sickened by the disgusting scene.

“Why did my head start itching when I saw this,” one sickening viewer responded to TikTok.

“My therapist is letting me watch this to try and get over my INSANE fear,” wrote another.

Maroun often wears a beanie or special hair gel to protect herself from her clients' lice.
Maroun often wears a beanie or special hair gel to protect herself from her clients’ lice.
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“I would shave my hair,” added an equally extrapolated onlooker, followed by “My head IS itchy,” from another user.

But despite the digital buzz her pest-focused posts create, Maroun gives her clients clear instructions on how to eliminate them once and for all.

“After the appointment, I instructed her on how to keep the lice away, giving her a longer period of lice-free bliss,” she said.

“I checked her a week after the treatment to be told she was completely symptom-free and happy.”

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