Head lice are tiny and unremarkable creatures that live on human heads. They change hosts using close head-to-head contact and are impossible to control as they lay eggs daily. They feed on human blood and need close association with the human body to regulate their body temperature. They have legs with claws to crawl on your scalp and hold on to your hair strands.
Their saliva causes the infamous itching that can make even adults lose their minds if not treated on time. Lice infestation may seem harmless but constant itching can make your scalp bleed and affect your daily productivity. Open and exposed wounds on your head give lice easy access to an endless food supply.
People use several home remedies, different types of combs, and medicines to get rid of these tiny leeches, but none of them stick. The handful of medications that work are not viable for long-term elimination, and that’s where Lice Consultant & Associates comes into play.
OUR TREATMENT PROCESS
Our cutting-edge technology and tested lice treatment ensure all-out hair lice removal without costing you a fortune. We use heated-air that is controlled to fully dehydrate lice, nymphs, and nits from every hair stand methodically and efficiently.
Lice Consultant & Associates have made thousands of families happy by helping them eliminate their lice infestation; we can help you too!
WHAT TO EXPECT
The device we use blows hot air on your scalp, directly targeting the nits and lice. The temperature of the air is lethal for lice but safe for human skin. We do endurance tests and can manage airflow and temperature, depending on your skin’s sensitivity.
Sign up for a consultation with us and avail a thorough and hassle-free head lice removal process!
Once you have your appointment scheduled, you can expect to go through the following motions:
PLEASE NOTE: The device cannot be used to treat people who cannot sense temperature or pain; who cannot communicate physical discomfort; who have open head wounds, sores, or visible signs of skin or scalp abnormalities; who have received radiation treatment of the head within the last 6 months; who have cranial or facial implants; children under the age of 4; or who have hair that cannot be combed through with a standard comb.