Say Goodbye to Harsh Lice Treatments With the AirAllé Device
Head lice has been around for hundreds of years. Throughout this time, a common form of treatment has been reactive treatment using pesticide-based products.
However, those harsh treatments are no longer necessary, as Lice Clinics of Canada offers a safer treatment option using a Health Canada-cleared heated air device, the AirAllé.
Common Head Lice Myths
The problem is many people are still listening to common myths surrounding head lice, including one of the most common: Head lice prefer dirty hair and are associated with poor hygiene or dirty homes.
This is not true. If you have blood flowing through your veins, you are a perfect candidate for lice.
Indeed, the internet is full of homespun advice on how to treat head lice, urging parents to use everything from mayonnaise to bug spray to kill the bugs and their eggs.
Home remedies people recommend range from laughable to downright dangerous, and Lice Clinics of Canada is bringing the latest science and medicine to the forefront of the battle against head lice.
When you visit Lice Clinics of Canada, you’ll find a bright, clean, kid-friendly environment with a high-tech head lice solution—the AirAllé medical device. The AirAllé device uses carefully controlled heated air to dehydrate lice and eggs (nits).
Lice Clinics of Canada is one of more than 350 clinics worldwide in 36 countries. The AirAllé device has effectively performed more than 400,000 head lice treatments with a success rate better than 99 per cent.
All of the products used in the clinic are free of pesticides and safe to use. In addition, the clinic also carries a line of pesticide-free lice-prevention products, as well as educational materials for parents and schools.
The preventative spray can be used daily or weekly, and acts as a lice repellent.
Give us a call for more information or to schedule a head screening.