This press release is to announce to readers that Advice on Lice, top lice lady treatment service provider, assures customers about their routine procedures for eliminating lice and nits.
Kensington, MD -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/27/2016 -- Advice on Lice, Inc. a renowned Head Lice Removal Service provider in MD, is now offering an non pesticide treatment Lice MD Pesticide Free. It is processed using a synthetic lubricant which makes comb-out smooth and easy, even for long, thick or curly hair. The Lice MD is an oil and silicone based product, which suffocates the lice when applied properly by combing it in layer by layer and leaving it on 20 to 25 minutes. They work with the aim to educate and assist the Washington Metropolitan Area in dealing with this condition. With their comprehensive head lice removal procedures, they provide effective head lice treatment services. The product that the company offers is totally free of any chemicals or pesticides, so not only is it safe, it is also impossible for head lice to be immune to it.
Advice on Lice is a renowned name in the industry when it comes to providing an effective treatment for Head lice treatment in MD. Besides Lice MD Pesticide Free, they also offer Licemeister Comb, RID Shampoo and recommend the prescriptions Ulesfia and Sklice, which are effective for getting rid of lice and nits. All their lice treatment products are clinically proven and don't cause unwanted side effects. Their head lice treatment services are time proven with a comprehensive head lice removal procedure.
Talking more about the Lice MD Pesticide Free, one of the representatives of the company stated, "As we understand some parents would prefer to use a non-pesticide treatment shampoo we have found the Lice MD to be the most effective. Lice MD Pesticide Free offers a real alternative to pesticide lice treatments."
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