DIFFERENT LICE TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR YOU
IN-CLINIC PROFESSIONAL LICE TREATMENT SERVICES
We are happy to discuss with you different lice treatment options. We work with you to come up with the most suitable solution for you to be lice-free.
Professional Treatments starting at $90
SCREENING (the first step)
Our clinicians will carefully inspect the hair and scalp. If an active case of head lice is confirmed and a treatment plan is chosen, the screening fee is waived. Because lice spread quickly through a household, it is very important that all family members are checked once an active case has been confirmed.
Signature AirAllé® Treatment
This is our most popular option. It includes a 30-minute AirAllé treatment, a 30-60-minute comb-out to remove the dead lice and eggs and an oil application. This service ensures you will leave our clinic lice free with no follow-up needed. We offer a 30-day guarantee provided all family members have been checked for head lice at our clinic and treated as necessary.
We do not recommend the AirAllé treatment for children under four or for clients for whom the AirAllé is contraindicated. In these cases, we recommend a strand by strand traditional comb-out to remove lice and eggs using only non-toxic products. This option requires follow-up treatments.
* 1-hour minimum. Additional combing billed in 15 minute increments.
DO-IT-YOURSELF LICE REMOVAL KIT
Our most affordable treatment option! We provide all the topical treatment products you will need, a professional lice comb, and detailed instructions on how to properly perform the comb-out. Since most parents are not experienced at lice-removal, to ensure all the lice are removed will take substantially more time than a professional treatment. The parent will need to perform several follow-up procedures during the next 11 days.
*PLEASE NOTE: The AirAllé® device cannot be used to treat persons who cannot sense temperature or pain; who cannot communicate physical discomfort; who have open head wounds, sores, or visible signs of skin or scalp abnormalities; who have received radiation treatment of the head within the last 6 months; who have cranial or facial implants; and children under the age of 4.