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.
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 non-toxic products. Save time and money and hire our California lice removal service or visit a lice salon.
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.
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Head lice are small insects that live in people's hair and feed on their blood. Lice glue their eggs, or "nits," to hair so that the nits do not get brushed off. Lice die quickly (within two days) without feeding so they cannot live very long away from your child's head. Nits take six to nine days to hatch, and seven or more days for the lice to become egg-laying adults. How do people get head lice? Children can give head lice to other children when they share combs, hats, clothing, barrettes, helmets, scarves, headphones, or other personal items. Head lice are a problem in homes, day care centers, elementary, and preschools. Kids are much more likely to get lice from family members and playmates than from classmates at school.
Resource: California Public Health Department
Head lice are often a fact of life for school‑aged children. While inconvenient, head lice cause no medical harm and can be effectively treated.
A revised clinical report from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), “Head Lice,” published in the August print issue of Pediatrics (published online July 26), clarifies and updates protocols for diagnosis and treatment, and provides guidance for the management of children with head lice in the school setting.
Head lice are not a health hazard or a sign of poor hygiene and, in contrast to body lice, are not responsible for the spread of any disease. No healthy child should be excluded from or miss school because of head lice, and no-nit policies for return to school should be abandoned. Informed school nurses can help with diagnosis and suggestions about treatment...