Bed bugs are notorious hitchhikers and they love to hide in your hair and clothes. This makes them an ideal hiding place and makes them hard to get rid of. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to prevent them from taking up residence in your hair. First, you should inspect your hair regularly.
Bed bugs have special beaks that enable them to penetrate your skin and feed on your blood. While they are tiny, they are too big to fit into your nostrils or ear canals. These bugs are extremely common and live in all homes, but they can be carried into your home through crowds.
Bed bugs are less likely to hide in your hair than lice. While they can live and lay eggs in your hair, they can’t hatch from eggs while they are in your head. They will feed on your hair for about two to five minutes and then retreat to their closest hiding place, usually on your scalp. They can lay eggs that are as small as a grain of sugar.
Because bed bugs live in hard-to-reach places, heat treatments and conventional insecticides don’t always work. A heat treatment is your best bet for killing bed bugs.