In-Home Lice Removal Service
We offer a real solution in removing head lice and nits, while providing additional services to schools and camps such as; screenings, educational presentations, and non-toxic pesticide free products. We are flex-spending account approved, file with your flex spending account for reimbursement of services.
Family and Children Services Program Available, Please inquire regarding our rates! Social Workers may contact us for referral of service.
Call 1-866-355-5423 today!
School, Daycares, Camps and Convalescent Hospital Checks
We also offer professional on-site head lice screenings
- Grade Level Classrooms/or Individual Classrooms
- Discounted Treatments
- Discounted Products
We ask for a one week advanced notice to ensure staffing and scheduling requirements. Payment is due at time of service unless previous arrangements have been made.
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What are head lice?
Head lice are parasitic insects found on the head. They are tiny, wingless, and are reddish-brown in color. Their bodies are flat, elongated, and a bit oval in appearance.
Are there different types of head lice?
There are several types of lice that feed on people. One particular species that specifically feeds on the head is known as the head louse.
How to minimize lice?
Vaccuming, not sharing hair brushes/combs, use a natural enzymetic product also help you control the spread of lice.
What is the life span of head lice?
Head lice normally survive for 30 days on a human host. They, however, rarely live more than 48 hours when off the head.
Do head lice fly or jump?
No. The head lice cannot fly, jump, or skip. They are only able to crawl from one person to the next.
What are the signs and symptoms of head lice infestation?
Tickling feeling of something moving in the hair.
Itching, caused by the an allergic reaction to the bites Irritability.
Sores on the head caused by scratching. These sores can sometimes become infected.
What is a “NIT”?
A Nit is a louse egg. They are normally the first sign of a head lice infestation. Nits are about 1/32 of an inch, and are tough to spot due to their small size. They often appear whitish-yellow in color, but can also take on the appearance of the hair in an infested person. They are oval in shape with a unique cap.
How many eggs can a female head louse lay?
The female head louse produces around 3-8 eggs per day. This is a total production of about 88 eggs during her life span.
How can a person get head lice?
The most common way to contract lice is by head-to-head contact with an infested person. This contact can occur at home, school, playgrounds, or at other social gatherings. Sharing clothes or other items that have been infected may also spread Head lice. These items can include:
Baseball caps, hats, coats, scarves, sports uniforms, bandannas
Combs, brushes, hair ribbons, barrettes, towels, stuffed animals.
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