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Frustrated with all the treatment options out there to remove head lice? We end the nightmare of lice by dehydrating lice and lice eggs in one easy treatment. Our FDA cleared technology is recommended by the America Academy of Pediatrics because it works. Watch this video to see how we can end your head lice infestation in one, chemical free, kid-friendly and mom friendly treatment today.
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We are award winning, medical based professional head lice treatment centers and part of the largest network of professional lice removal clinics in the world!
LICE FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW
-Second reason children miss school, behind the common cold.
-Approximately 6-12 million children get lice every year. That is about 1 in every 20 children.
-Half the people we treat are children but the other half are adults, usually moms. Mom’s have a high probability of getting lice from their children because lice is spread through head-to-head contact.
-You get lice from someone else. -Head-to-head contact is the primary way you get lice
-Do not jump, hop or fly. They only crawl.
-Equal opportunity parasites. Do not know or care about your age, income, day of the week, time of the year, or what you do for a living
-Do not know or care if you have had lice before or if you never had lice before
-Only live on human heads
-Live on the the scalp by feeding on human blood every 2-3 hours
-Life span of about 30 days
-Have mutated over the years and have developed a resistance to the chemicals in over-the-counter shampoos
-Do no care about the length of your hair. All they need is a hair strand to grab onto and survive.
-Do not care if your hair is clean or dirty
-Frequently cause itching, but only about 40% of people itch. Itching is an allergic reaction to the lice saliva
-Often present for months before being detected
TREATING LICE YOURSELF
Combing out by hand can work-but it takes time, patience, and accuracy. Even if outside product kills live lice it does nothing to the lice eggs. Eggs have a protective shell that product simply cannot penetrate.
Lice have mutated and are now resistant to the chemicals in Over-The-Counter Shampoos
Close-up view of louse egg
Savvy parents know that the challenge to ending a head lice infestation are the lice eggs. Lice eggs are glued to the hair strand and are the size of a grain of sand. If you are picking out lice by hand, you are looking for a needle in a haystack. Lice eggs hatch within 6-10 days. So if you miss one lice egg, your lice infestation will continue for days, weeks, months or even years.
Even if you can comb out your own children, head screening and combing out yourself is a huge challenge. 50% of the people we treat are children, but the other 50% we treat are adults, usually moms.
99%+ TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE
Our two clinics are preferred providers in the Lice Clinics of America™ network. That means we have met rigorous standards to ensure you receive the highest level of care. All our technicians have been trained and certified to use the FDA-cleared AirAllé® device, a medical device that kills lice and their egg using controlled, warm air to dehydrate the lice and their eggs at just at the right temperature for just the right amount of time and just the right amount of air flow. We follow a specific pattern for 30 minutes.
We then follow this with a comprehensive comb-out of the dead, dehydrated eggs. The final step is to apply our chemical free active rinse to suffocate any live lice that might have survived the process. Our treatment success rate is 99%+ in ending lice infestations.
Our two head lice clinics have successfully treated families representing over 800 different school and 65 different cities. We exist to solve your problem today and are committed to safely removing head lice so your family can get back to your lives as quickly as possible. We promise to do that without the use of toxic chemicals in a clean, kid-friendly medical environment.