This press release is to announce to readers that families who are looking for effective and safe lice treatment service can rely on Advice on Lice.
Kensington, MD -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/22/2017 -- Inevitably, many families face the challenge of dealing with head lice on their children. The lice and nits infestation often spreads like wildfire through the home affecting clothes, bedding, stuffed animals, other siblings and even the parents. It can be an overwhelming problem and most families aren't sure how to handle it. If you live in the Washington D.C., Maryland or Virginia area and are looking for effective and safe lice treatment service, you can rely on Advice on Lice for complete lice and nit removal.
A representative of lice treatment service center, Advice on Lice, talked about their effective and safe services, "What began as a personal mission to protect her own children from exposure to active head lice in a volunteer capacity has grown over time to become a full service, full time occupation. After several articles were published about Karen and her house calls for head lice removal, the demand for her services increased to a level that required a full time schedule. Karen realized she could assist more people by opening a full time, full service head lice treatment salon. The first office opened in June 2008, and Allan joined the team in August 2008. In 2011, we expanded our salon by adding a second treatment room. Each room is equipped with a shampoo bowl, two salon chairs, and a flat screen TV which allows us to offer full head lice treatment and removal services, while clients and children relax and watch a movie or program from a large selection of DVD's. Advice on Lice has added to our staff two technicians who have been trained by us in our methods. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 240-242-4267."
About Advice on Lice
Advice on Lice, Inc. was officially established in November 2007, but the work of the company began at least ten years before. Started as a personal mission for Karen Franco who volunteered in programs attended by children to help screen for head lice in order to prevent outbreaks, Advice on Lice is where visitors receive comprehensive information on the condition. Through the years, Advice on Lice has acquired a great deal of knowledge on the subject and how best to treat it to accomplish eradication.
For more information, please visit: http://www.adviceonlicemd.com/.
10400 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 507 Kensington, MD 20895-3910