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Effective Head Lice Treatment in 30 Minutes - Lice Control's Revolutionary Head Lice Removal Process
Lice Control™, a Northern California in-home head lice removal service, and the LouseBuster™ device provide the first safe and all natural head lice treatment technology guaranteed to effectively remove head lice in one 30 minute treatment.
The revolutionary LouseBuster™
Lice infestation is a problem that affects millions of people worldwide each year. Primarily found in school-aged children three to 11 years old, head lice infestation often flies under the radar of parents until it hits home, leaving busy families with kids sent home from school and a range of confusing and potentially unhealthful treatment options to research. Shampoos, and other over the counter products, often contain chemical-based pediculicides that have been shown to have adverse health effects in some children. Manual processes, while safe and chemical-free, can be expensive, often requiring between two and four appointments to ensure all bugs and eggs are completely removed.
“We are extremely excited to offer parents a quick and effective, 30 minute treatment option we perform in the comfort of their home. The quicker the problem can be dealt with, the quicker our customers can get back to their normal lives. And the LouseBuster™
Lice Control is a Northern California-based in-home head lice removal service that has been helping families get rid of lice for over 10 years. Owner/Operators Ray & Susan Ruiz started Lice Control in the Sacramento area to provide local families with a safe and effective treatment option for head lice infestation. Lice Control now services Northern California communities in San Francisco, the Bay Area, San Jose, Sacramento, and Northern Nevada.
The FDA cleared LouseBuster device delivers carefully controlled heated air directly to dry, untangled hair, at a temperature cooler than most hair-dryers and at a much higher flow rate. The LouseBuster technology is based on breakthrough research conducted by evolutionary parasitologist Dr. Dale Clayton and students at the University of Utah. The initial research was published in November, 2006 in the peer-reviewed journal Pediatrics. The device has been FDA-cleared and CE marked.
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