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Treatment of head louse infestation has evolved from widespread use of neurotoxic insecticides that have been extensively affected by resistance since the mid-1990s into the use of so-called physically acting treatments. It is widely believed that physically acting products are effectively "resistance proofed" because they do not act to inhibit any particular physiological mechanism and most have some kind of occlusive effect on the target organism. Over the past 20 years various new activedoi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.27412 fatcat:yiunigsftfdefpwzfh62yrom2y