Super Fast Head Lice Removal Clinic — Same-Day Appointments Now on Long Island and in Westchester

Super Fast Head Lice Removal Clinic — Same-Day Appointments Now on Long Island and in Westchester

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A new method gets rid of head lice one and for all—and faster than ever.

Millions of kids throughout the United States get head lice every year. If your child has head lice, there’s no reason to feel guilty. But lice are creepy, and you don’t want your lice-infested child to be stigmatized or to miss days at school or fun on the weekends. The first question on your mind is probably “What’s the fastest way to get rid of head lice?” And if you know that lice eggs quickly become live lice, then you’re probably wondering, “What’s the fastest way to get rid of head lice and eggs”?

DIY Treatment Drawbacks

There are many different over-the-counter lice remedies on the market. The problem with them is that they don’t kill the lice eggs, which are also known as “nits.” If even a few nits are not killed or removed, they can hatch within one to twelve days and become live lice, breed, and re-infest your child’s head with more live lice, which will lay more nits, and the cycle continues.

It’s possible to remove most lice and nits yourself by very slowly and carefully combing through your child’s hair with a special “Terminator” comb. This typically requires your child to sit still for a couple of hours while you carefully comb through his hair. But because nits are so tiny and are naturally “glued” to the hair shaft, parents trying to do this themselves will rarely remove all of them. Leaving just a few live nits behind will allow those nits to hatch, breed, and lay dozens or even hundreds of new nits. So if you try to do this yourself, you’ll have to repeat the process several times over a two week period to make sure you comb out all the nits and all the live lice.

Time-Consuming Combing Treatments

If you’re one of the many parents who find the do-it-yourself approach too “yucky,” there are plenty of professional nit pickers out there who will do the same thing for a fee. Many of them are quite skilled at this, so they can do a more thorough job than the typical parent. But even a professional treatment usually requires your child to sit still in a chair for two or three hours of combing; worse yet, because the combing process doesn’t kill any nits that are left behind, you and your child will have to return to the nit-picker’s clinic at least once or twice over the following two weeks.

So the old-fashioned nit-picking approach, whether it’s done by you or by a professional nit-picker, takes a long time — as long as two weeks — to complete. And that’s two weeks without the peace of mind of knowing the problem has been taken care of. As long as there are still even a few live nits on your child’s hair that can hatch into live lice, there’s still a risk that more live lice will hatch and infest your child’s brother, sister — or you!

A New, Better Option—Quick and Chemical Free

But now there’s a super fast way to kill all the head lice and nits in less than one day — in most cases in only one hour. Better still, the process doesn’t involve the use of any toxic chemicals or pesticides. This process, which is offered by Lice Clinics of America, kills lice and lice eggs naturally, relying on a patented warm air process rather than chemicals. The entire warm air process usually takes only about one hour. Better still, because all the nits are dead —permanently and forever — there are no live nits left to hatch, so there’s no need for any repeat visits to the lice clinic.

This lice removal technology was developed by a university professor who specialized in the study of bugs like head lice. He licensed his technology to Lice Centers of America, which has recently opened lice removal clinics on Long Island and Westchester. Using only heated air and an FDA cleared patented process, the lice treatment experts in those clinics have kids completely lice and nit free in only one visit, with a single treatment that takes about one hour.

Their motto? “Once and For All.”

 

 

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