Sachse

High Quality Place to Get Lice Removal Treatment in Sachse

Lice are problematic. They cling to our scalp and can cause intense itchiness, especially in children. Children are more susceptible to lice as they are surrounded by opportunities to spread an infestation. When lice invade, you need lice treatment in Sachse that works. Lice Lifters provides guaranteed results in just one treatment.

Safe Place for Kids To Get Lice Treatment

Children are often terrified of any sort of treatment office, whether it be the dentist or even lice specialists. Know that Lice Lifters Treatment Centers are designed with children in mind. Our treatment products contain zero pesticides and get rid of lice!

Head Lice Infestation

A head lice infestation often spreads amongst children due to their willingness to share hats, scarves, and hair brushes. This infestation is then spread to the home. Thankfully, lice cannot fly or jump. They spread by crawling from one scalp to another. This makes containing the infestation easier by following a few simple lice prevention rules!

Get Rid of Lice Fast

Getting rid of lice fast is easier with a professional on your side. Our surefire treatment includes:

  • A thorough head check in which we scour the scalp for signs of nits or lice.
  • A comb-out designed to remove as many bugs as possible from your scalp.
  • Our non-toxic, safe lice treatment solution, which contains no pesticides, is applied along with a shower cap for the best results.

Is Getting Rid of Lice Permanent or Temporary?

Whether or not you resolve your lice problem permanently or temporarily depends on the form of treatment you use. We recommend Lice Lifters Treatment Centers for a permanent treatment solution. Over-the-counter medications fail to treat the problem adequately enough.

Contact Us

For lice treatment in Sachse, contact our offices in either Frisco 972-805-1308 or Southlake 817-677-1024 today. Lice Lifters Treatment Centers are your go-to source for high quality, effective lice treatment!

Last updated on October 4, 2018 by Beth Kirschner