Don’t spend March break dealing with head lice
January and February have come and gone, and March is right around the corner, which means so is March break. While this can be an exciting time, planning a vacation and getting ready to relax for a week, it can also be hectic, especially if you have to deal with a lice infestation. So, how can you avoid lice this March break?
March break often brings children closer together, so it’s important to take precautions to avoid a lice infestation. Should one occur, it’s crucial to be prepared and to know how to treat it quickly and effectively.
When screening for lice, always use a metal comb. If you’re not sure what you’re looking for, contact a professional. We often have many families visit our clinic after spending hours trying to remove lice from the hair. While it can be done at home, it’s important to know that if even one egg is missed, the infestation will keep getting worse.
Lice-free in just one visit
Lice Clinics of Canada offers a solution that can have you lice-free in just 90 minutes. The clinic is part of the world’s largest network of professional lice treatment centres and the exclusive provider of treatment using the revolutionary AirAlle medical device. The AirAlle device was cleared by Health Canada after it was found in clinical trials to kill live lice and more than 99 per cent of their eggs. Treatment is guaranteed to be effective.
The AirAlle uses heated air technology to dehydrate lice and eggs on the spot. It is effective against super lice, because it doesn’t use pesticides or chemicals.
Don’t let lice drive you mad
To learn more or to schedule an appointment, visit liceclinicsontario.ca, or call 519-208-5423. Don’t spend March break dealing with lice, when you can spend it having fun with family and friends!