During peak lice season, families can take advantage of the Lice Free 1-2-3 program at clinics around the country November 12, 2018 (SALT LAKE CITY) – Families gathering in close quarters to celebrate the holidays often leads to an increased chance of lice exposure. To help relieve the unwanted stress of head lice during this
November is ‘No Lice No-vember’ at Lice Clinics of America® and clinics are offering a special ‘Lice Free 1-2-3’ program that is available through the end of the month. The offer includes: $20 professional screenings $20 credit if lice are found, and you are treated at the clinic 20% discounts on lice prevention products purchased
Did you know that head lice are the third most feared experience for parents? That’s right. Head lice rank third among parents’ ‘worst nightmares.’ More parents fear head lice than chicken pox, pink eye, strep throat and the flu, to name a few. Only a broken bone and a broken heart scare parents more than
Lice Clinics of America in conjunction with OnePoll surveyed 2,000 parents living in the U.S. to unveil their top worries.
October is National Bullying Prevention month, and while the focus is rightly on the treatment of children, parents can feel bullied, too, especially when it comes to having head lice in the family. A OnePoll survey of 2,000 U.S. parents—conducted in conjunction with Lice Clinics of America—found that 52 percent of parents feel judged by
Back-to-school time is peak season for head lice. Children returning to school huddle together to share stories, photos, and lots of hugs, and head-to-head contact is the primary way head lice spread from child to child. Lice Clinics of America®, the world’s largest network of professional lice treatment centers, sees a surge in cases of
Portland partners Mark Meyer and George Macoubray and Boise’s SaLeah Snelling honored for community service May 22, 2018 – Lice Clinics of America®, the world’s largest network of professional lice treatment centers and the exclusive provider of the “one and done” lice treatment using the FDA-cleared AirAllé® medical device, announced that clinic owners Mark Meyer
If you love your children, you won’t want to use lice products that use pyrethroids. Here’s why. Pyrethroids are the class of pesticide used by the most popular over-the-counter (OTC) lice products. That’s right. These products use pesticides. For decades, parents have been dousing their children’s heads with toxic chemicals to treat head lice. Pyrethroids
Most parents don’t deal with head lice until they have to—when a child comes home with lice. This typically launches a frantic search for a way to end the problem as quickly as possible. Until recently, that search has essentially led to three options—using drug store pesticide products, trying home remedies, or manual “nitpicking.” The
The most common over-the-counter lice treatment products use pyrethrin, an industrial insecticide used to kill lice. Natural pyrethrin is a derivative of the Chrysanthemum flower. Its synthetic equivalent is permethrin. Together the chemicals are referred to as pyrethroids. There are some 3,500 products that use pyrethroids in varying concentrations, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.