Advice on Lice had created a method for head lice removal which helps in eradicating lice completely.
Kensington, MD -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/23/2015 -- Advice on Lice had created a method for head lice removal which helps in eradicating lice completely. There was a time when people used kerosene for treatment of head lice but that was not very effective and was troublesome as well, especially getting rid of the kerosene oil odor. The new method for the Treatment of Head Lice developed by the experts at Advice on Lice, removes lice from the head thoroughly.
In the new technique, they first check the head and hair of the entire family for nits and lice to figure out how many family members are infested, as lice are transmissible. This way, they ensure that once Treatment of Head Lice is done, the lice won't be transmitted between family members again. The next step is the application of Rid lice killing shampoo or lice MD non-pesticidal treatment products, followed by the manual removal of the parasites. The last step is conditioning of the hair with their non-toxic treatment conditioner which instantly stuns the lice, and the isopropyl causes the lice to come out of hair. Thus, the new technique created by Advice on Lice for the Treatment of Head Lice removes lice completely and also makes hair grow and glow.
Talking more about their Lice treatment services in MD, one of the representatives from Advice on Lice states, "In the course of Head Lice Treatment, parents have the primary responsibility for the detection and treatment of head lice, but the control and management of head lice infestations is a shared responsibility among a number of entities including schools, pediatricians, and individual families. The Head Lice Removal Services offered by Advice on Lice, Inc. are contingent upon the contracting family taking an active role to prevent recurring infestations."
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 any programs the children attended to help screen for head lice to prevent outbreaks, Advice on Lice is where visitors receive comprehensive information. Through the years, Advice on Lice has established a knowledge of the condition and how best to treat it to accomplish eradication.
For more information, please visit: http://www.adviceonlicemd.com/.