What are lice?
Head lice are highly contagious but harmless insect parasites. The micro-sized insects live near the scalp in your hair. Human blood, which they obtain from your scalp, is their main source of nutrition. Head lice are not airborne, and cannot survive in water for long periods. When you bathe, they cling to hair strands for longer life.
Your lice technician will arrive with her equipment and set up shop in your home. You’ll feel better the moment she enters your home; she understands how stressful (and unpleasant) the situation is, and we promise she’ll relieve you of the burden. Our goal is to eliminate the lice problem for good!
What do lice doctors do?
- Lice doctors help through the procedure. They apply oil to the hair, section it off, and use a professional-grade comb to comb lice.
- She/he will handpick any remaining nits after the hair has dried, strand by strand.
- Then finish with a comb-through and a final oil application. Expertise is essential; if nits are left untreated in the hair, the case will resurface.
- We will leave you with a simple, safe treatment plan that will ensure the case is completely eradicated. In addition, the after-care plan eliminates the need for housework and laundry.
- Even the doctor will answer all of your questions and give you advice on how to avoid future problems.
Why are lice doctors important?
- Flexibility – Lice centers also have home service which allows you to be as flexible as possible; once you have been checked, you can do your regular activities.
- In-home visits of lice doctors are convenient because they provide personalized and private care.
All treatments are completely risk-free. There are no side effects from these lice treatments. No chemicals or any dangerous heat devices, or allergy products are used by lice doctors.
- If you follow the treatment and simple follow-up plan given by the doctors, then you are guaranteed to be lice and nit-free.
Although head lice can be a nuisance, the infection can be quickly and painlessly eradicated with the right treatment. Head lice have existed for nearly as long as humans. However, you can prevent head lice from spreading. Having lice can be humiliating. Head lice are often misinterpreted as a sign of poor hygiene. Some even believe that it only affects people from low-income families. People of all ages and social classes can get head lice.