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 Nit Picky's in-home head lice removal service is trusted, effective, and 100% guaranteed. Our head lice treatment is a safe and effective way to treat your family for head lice and nits and all that you need is just one treatment with our clinically proven lice and nit removal techniques and all natural and non-toxic products. Save time and money and hire our Texas mobile lice removal service.


The specialist will come to your home and screen all family members and treat those who need to be treated with our all natural and non-toxic products and the most professional lice treatment process. What sets us apart is that we come directly to you and bring all of the benefits of a lice salon and more. By hiring us to come to you, your family can comfortably go about their daily routines. Plus, parents can focus on laundry, vacuuming, preparing meals or helping the children with homework while the lice specialist takes care of the infestation and removes lice and nits from each individual family members hair. This saves parents time from driving and shuffling the children around and eliminates stress since life is resuming as normal with a Nit Picky Lice Specialist by your side.

Texas Lice Removal Service Process:

STEP 1: CHECK FOR HEAD LICE & NITS

The technician will screen all family member and perform lice and nit removal on anyone with lice and nits. It is ideal for everyone to be available for the screening to ensure the success of the treatment, even those that dye their hair and are not experiencing symptoms. 


STEP 2: LICE/NIT REMOVAL

Our lice removal includes the use of Nit Picky's professional lice and nit removal products. The products are non-toxic and pesticide free. During the treatment process, the technician will comb through the hair with Nit Picky's professional removal process. This process will remove the lice and the nits (lice eggs).


STEP 3: PREVENTION & AFTER CARE

When the treatment is complete the lice technician will provide an after care regimen that ensures 100% success and information how to prevent future infestations. If followed correctly you will never struggle with head lice again. Over the counter lice shampoos, alternative at home treatments and lice heat machines cannot provide the care and prevention techniques provided by a Nit Picky technician.

Guaranteed Professional Lice Removal In Texas

Texas Lice Removal Services Includes

10 Years of Experience - Thousands Of Families Treatment
  • Affordable Rates
  • 100% Effective Lice & Nit Treatment
  • Pesticide Free, Non Toxic Products
  • Advice On How To Treat The Home  (It's easy)
  • A Prevention Plan To Ensure Lice Stay Away
  • Customer Care & Support​                                                                                 Before, During and After Your Appointment.


                                                                                        
 
 

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 Texas Lice Removal Service Areas:*


Arlington, Dallas, Fort Worth  Metropolitan
: Addison, Allen, Arlington, Bedford, Bonham, Bridgeport, Burleson, Carrollton, Cleburne, Colleyville, Corsicana, Dallas, Decatur, Denison, Denton, DeSoto, Duncanville, Ennis, Farmers Branch, Forest Hill, Fort Worth, Frisco, Gainesville, Garland, Glen Rose, Graham, Granbury, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Greenville, Henrietta, Hillsboro, Hurst, Irving, Lake Dallas, Lewisville, Mansfiels, McKinney, Mesquite, Nocona, North Richland Hills, Paris, Plano, Richardson, Richland Hills, Roanoake, Sherman, Southlake, Sulphur Springs, Terrell, The Colony, Waxahachie and Weatherford and surrounding cities.

Houston Metropolitan: Aldine, Algoa, Alief, Alvin, Angleton, Bay City, Bayou Vista, Baytown, Bellaire, Brazoria, Cedar Creek, Channelview, Clear Lake City, Cleveland, Clute, Columbus, Conroe, Crosby, Cypress, Dayton, Deer Park, Dickinson, Eagle Lake, El Campo, Elmgrove, Freeport, Fresno, Friendswood, Fulshear, Galveston, Hempstead, Hillcrest, Hitchcock, Houston, Humble, Jamaica Beach, Jersey Village, Katy, Kemah, Kingwood, La Marque, La Porte, La Salle, Lake Jackson, League City, Liverpool, Long Point, Magnolia, Meadows Place, Missouri City, Montgomery, Morgans Point, Nacoqdoches, Nassau Bay, Pasadena, Pasdena, Pearland, Port Bolivar, Porter, Prairie View, Richmond, Rosenberg, Rosenburg, Rosharon, San Leon, Seabrook, Sealy, Shenandoah, Shoreacres, Southside Place, Spring, Stafford, Sugar Land, Sunny Side, Texas, City, The Woodlands, Tomball,Waller, Webster, West Columbia, Wharton, Willis, Woodlands.

Greater San Antonio: Alamo Heights, Balcones Heights, Boerne, Bulverde, Canyon Lake, Castle Hills, Castroville, China Grove, Cibolo, Converse, Cross Mountain, Elmendorf, Fair Oaks Ranch, Garden Ridge, Grey Forest, Helotes, Hill Country Village, Hollywood Park, Kirby, LaCoste, Lake Dunlap, La Vernia, Leon Valley, Live Oak, Macdona, Marion, McQueeney, New Berlin, New Braunfels, Olmos Park, Santa Clara, Seguin, Selma, Scenic Oaks, Shavano Park, Schertz, St. Hedwig, Somerset, Terrell Hills, Timberwood Park, Von Ormy, Windcrest, Universal City, Zuehl and surrounding cities.

*Based upon availability

Nit Picky Lice Removal Service will soon be offering lice treatments to: Austin and surrounding cities.


Texas State Department Of Health Services Head Lice Information

Texas State Law and School Policies Addressing Head Lice: Laws, Rules, and Policies

There is no law in Texas that addresses excluding children with head lice from school. DSHS does not have authority to impose a set policy about head lice on school districts. However, DSHS does urge school districts to ensure that its policies and procedures do not cause children to miss class unnecessarily. In addition, school districts’ policies and procedures should not encourage the embarrassment and isolation of students who suffer from repeated cases of head lice.

Lice are not a public health threat. They do not carry disease. Therefore, the Department of State Health Services does not monitor or track cases of head lice. It is up to each school district to create head lice policies and procedures, if they so choose…and some do. Talk to the school nurse or someone else in charge to find out what the school policy and procedures are in your school district. Refer to the topic "Setting Policies for Schools" that appears on this page for policy suggestions.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) states from a 2010 research study on head lice, the number one key point in the study: "No healthy child should be excluded from or allowed to miss school time because of head lice. No-nit policies for return to school should be abandoned." Information for schools is located at the end of the study article.

Source: Pediatrics Vol. 126 No. 2 August 1, 2010 pp. 392 - 403 http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/126/2/392.full?sid=10e25e1b-8146-470b-8c0a-3c3cc16460ec

“No-Nit” Policies

A “no nit” policy is one that excludes students from school based on the presence of lice eggs whether or not live lice are present. The Department of State Health Services (DSHS) does not recommend a “no nit” policy. We do recognize, however, that school districts may adopt one as a local option.

Head lice infestation is a social issue not a health threat. “No nit” policies place a disproportionate amount of emphasis on head lice management than on real health concerns which should be a higher priority. This over-emphasis can lead to unproductive use of time by school staff and parents, missed classes, unnecessary absences, and parents missing work.

The complete DSHS “no-nit” policy is here:
(Microsoft Word document, 130kb)
(Adobe PDF, 40kb

Additional information on “no-nit” policies for schools can be found through the American Academy of Pediatrics and the National Association of School Nurses

Setting Policies for School Districts

Creating school district policies and procedures should be a joint effort with the district’s School Health Advisory Council, local health care providers, district administrators, school nurses, parents and other stakeholders. Remember, there is no Texas law that addresses head lice. School districts and campuses can create their own guidelines by developing written policies that:

  • Facilitate efficient and consistent implementation by all campuses,
  • Protect school nurses, teachers and other school staff,
  • Create peace of mind for administrators and parents, and
  • Ensure all children are treated in a fair and equitable manner.

Considerations for Policy Development

When developing policy, consider the following:

  1. Screening procedures–staying away from unwarranted mass screenings that disrupt student and teacher class time and take away from the nurses’ ability to address the needs of children who are sick and those with special healthcare considerations. Check the AAP study on head lice for [school] Screenings for guidance: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/126/2/392.full?sid=10e25e1b-8146-470b-8c0a-3c3cc16460ec
  2. Parent/Guardian Notification–including a lice information fact sheet or brochure with the student handbook at the beginning of the year and notification when there is an infestation confined to a specific classroom. Check the AAP study on head lice for Management on the Day of Diagnosis for guidance: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/126/2/392.full?sid=10e25e1b-8146-470b-8c0a-3c3cc16460ec.
  3. Exclusion Protocol–including what happens if the parent is not home. Check the AAP study on head lice for Management on the Day of Diagnosis for guidance: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/126/2/392.full?sid=10e25e1b-8146-470b-8c0a-3c3cc16460ec.
  4. Readmission criteria–consider stating they should use an FDA-approved, medicated treatment. Check the readmission criteria stated in the AAP study on head lice, noted above, for guidance: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/126/2/392.full?sid=10e25e1b-8146-470b-8c0a-3c3cc16460ec.
  5. Definition of and district response to excessive absences–may help address issue of parents who can’t keep their children free of lice. Texas Education Agency has criteria for excessive absences.

Additional Considerations

You may also want to address the following:

1. How the school/district may want to address those families that cannot afford to pay for the treatment to rid their child of lice.
2. Care in the classroom to prevent the spread of head lice.
3. In-service training for school staff.

Additional Resources


Resource Website: https://www.dshs.texas.gov/schoolhealth/lice.shtm
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