One of the most frustrating things about lice is the terminology around it. Lice, louse, nymph, nits, eggs? What the heck is all of this? With the confusion of what is what is also leads to misunderstandings, myths circulating, and unsuccessful treatments being done. Let’s go through the proper terminology so that you can know […]
Lice is often regarded as a very scary and frustrating situation to happen. But if you know how to the process of lice treatment is done it really does take fear and frustration out of the equation. Lice treatment is a process of using good lice products and reduction combing. Step 1 The first thing […]
Permanent Solution or One Time Solution for lice treatment are myths and are only marketing strategies that give false hope of a solution for head lice. There is no products or services available for families to use and be lice free in one treatment. Here are the reasons why One and Done Lice Treatment or […]
1. Verify if it’s really lice. Not sure? Send a picture to our experts for a free diagnosis! 2. Getting rid of lice, requires three products: A professional pesticide-free lice shampoo – such as Lice Services Canada lice shampoo. Hair Conditioner Professional lice removal comb with microgrooves to remove both lice and eggs (nits). 3. […]
Think you have lice? Wondering what is the best way to get rid of it? Get this list of safe, effective and fast techniques to use.
It’s that time of year again. New back packs, lunch bags, coloured pencils and head lice!! Yes head lice. Yikes no one wants head lice. So how can you avoid getting it? A few tips from the experts at Lice Services Canada on how to avoid lice. No sharing hats, brushes and combs. Remind your […]
It may appear that over the counter lice treatment is less expensive, but if it is not initially effective and requires repeating, it will cost you more time AND money!
Every task seems amplified when your child has lice. Doing her hair for the day? Better change your brush. Drying his hair? Better get out the special towel. Sending them off to their mom or dad’s for the next few days (or week)? *Insert incoherent panic here*