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All About Head Lice

  • SOME NIT PICKY FACTS

    OUTBREAK! THE STORY OF LICE

    Head lice live for approximately 30 days on a host and a female louse may lay up to 100 nits.

    Head lice are clear in color when hatched, and then quickly develop a reddish-brown color after feeding on human blood.

    Head lice are small, wingless insects about the size of sesame seeds. Head lice are crawling insects. They cannot, hop, jump, or fly. Head lice have six legs equipped with claws to grasp the hair.

    They feed on human blood an will survive for only 24-48 hours without it. Head lice do not thrive on pets.

Getting Rid of Lice

  • HOMES & SCHOOLS DON’T GET LICE. PEOPLE DO.

    The most challenging thing about getting rid of head lice is eliminating it from people, because lice are tiny parasites that seek out an intimate relationship with your scalp. Consequently, lice are difficult to eradicate.

    Professional help insures that you get the job done right–and end the problem fast! We are delousing experts.

  • OUR TREATMENT SYSTEMS INCLUDES

    • Checking for lice and manual removal of lice and nits (eggs)
    • Personal hair de-lousing
    • Tips for treating lice in your home
    • Follow up instructions.
    • Our Service is 100% guaranteed!
    • We use all natural, organic, non-toxic and pesticide free products.

Tips To Help You Rid Your Home Of Head Lice

  • TIPS TO HELP

    Since head lice require human blood to survive, they are not difficult to defeat around your house.

    Vacuuming is the safest and best way to remove lice or fallen hairs with attached nits from upholstered furniture, rugs, stuffed animals. (you can put stuffed animals in the washer and dryer.)

    You do not need to bag stuffed animals since lice cannot survive without human blood.

    What to wash:

    Wash all bedding on hot, and in the dryer on high heat for 40 min.
    Pillows can be put in dryer for 40 min
    Stuffed animals wash and dry on high heat.
    Shower towels clothes you have worn in the last two days.
    Hats hoodies. Vacuum your couch.

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