Will Freezing Your Head Lice Kill Them?

Will Freezing Your Head Lice Kill Them?

If you spend enough time on the Internet, you will come across a number of tips, tricks, and home remedies to kill head lice without professional help, or the use of strong chemicals. One of the most reoccurring “tips” we have to address is the method of freezing head lice as a quick means of killing them. Does freezing kill lice? The short answer is, yes, freezing just about any living organism will eventually kill it, but it isn’t easy, and it certainly isn’t quick. In this blog, we will explore this tactic in detail and decide whether or not we think it is an acceptable course of action.

Is Freezing Head Lice A Good Idea?

Head lice are living organisms that dwell and thrive on the scalps of human beings, as well as most animals with hair. Prolonged exposure to temperatures of 5 degrees Fahrenheit (or lower) will eventually kill them. However, this can take several days. Even during the cold months of winter, lice can survive for an average of 48 hours if they are not attached to a host. When lice are attached to a host, like a human with an internal body temperature of 98.6 degrees, they can endure exposure to the cold and survive even longer. Therefore, in order to pull this off, you would have to maintain continued exposure to freezing temperatures, for several days, and reduce your internal body temperature to rob the head lice of your body’s insulated warmth. Unfortunately, the human body would not survive this tactic, so we do not recommend it.

What Should I Do Instead?

Before we decide to get creative and devise an elaborate, convoluted way to make this freezing method work, it’s important to understand what kills lice. The best way to get rid of lice is by using Fresh Head’s patented AirAlle’ FDA cleared medical device, which physically kills all the lice and nits via dry, warm air. You should always seek the aid of a professional who specializes in lice removal. Using harsh poisons, freezing temperatures, or virtually any other advice found by surfing the web, could be ineffective and potentially dangerous to your health.

Lice Removal In Orlando, FL

Lice can reproduce and spread very quickly. If you suspect that head lice are causing your symptoms, visit our website to schedule an appointment for lice removal treatment as soon as possible. Our treatment is different from others you may have seen before, we do not use any toxins or chemicals to get rid of lice. At Fresh Heads, we have our patented, FDA-approved AirAlle treatment that uses heated air to kill head lice and the nits they leave behind. Fresh Heads lice removal Orlando, FL is now accepting appointments for first-time and repeat customers. We also have locations available in Jacksonville, FL, and Savannah, GA with certified professionals standing by ready to help.  

Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our mission is to get rid of lice in schools across the United States. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program. Through this program, we provide school nurses and teachers with free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!

Do Lice Prefer a Specific Hair Color?

Do Lice Prefer a Specific Hair Color?

Head lice do not discriminate when it comes to choosing a host. Lice do not have a preference for any hair color, type, texture, or length. Wherever a louse can latch on is good enough for them. Head lice in blonde hair are the same as head lice in adults with color-treated hair. You need to separate the myths from the facts to deal with these bothersome pests. 

Lice are Harder to Spot in Blonde Hair

Head lice do not prefer any color, but they definitely should. Blonde hair is simply harder to find lice, but especially nits due to the similar color between them and the hair strands. The head lice are not necessarily a problem to find but eggs or nits are. Lice’s color can be dependent on where it is, some lice can be brownish on a blonde scalp and that is much easier to find. Nits, on the other hand, will just always be hard to find on a blonde head due to their size and white color. Thankfully, they do not prefer one hair color over another because if they did, the lice would be harder to remove in blonde-haired people.  

Lice in Dyed Hair

As already stated, head lice do not prefer any color of hair, so you do not have to worry about the new dye you picked up and how that might affect you. A question that has been brought up before is “Can hair dye kill lice?” The simple answer is yes, but it is not effective and is not a good method considering you need a specific type of dye. Any permanent hair dye may have ammonia in it. In nature, it is a corrosive chemical and that may be the reason it kills head lice. Some also contain hydrogen peroxide which might also be the reason why it kills them. This might seem great, but it does not kill the nits. The nits are enclosed in hard shells that protect against these chemicals, so unless you are trying to dye your hair every day (which is not good for your scalp or hair) you will have lice very soon after. To kill these pests, stick to Fresh Heads’ patented AirAlle treatment that uses heated air to get rid of lice and nits.

Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Orlando, FL.

If someone is infected with lice, do not be scared to seek professional help at Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Orlando, Fl. We have two other locations in Savannah, GA., and Jacksonville, FL. In the infrequent case the lice come back to you after treatment, we have a 45-day guarantee to retreat for free. If you or a loved one need any help make sure to contact us today

Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our mission is to get rid of lice in schools across the United States. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program. Through this program, we provide school nurses and teachers with free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!

Myth vs Facts: Your Dog Cannot Carry Lice

Myth vs Facts: Your Dog Cannot Carry Lice

Head lice is a common issue. Chances are that either you or someone you knew in grade school got lice at some point or another. Most people worry about spreading their lice from person to person, but most do not consider the possibility of spreading the issue to their pets, and why would they? 

Do dogs carry head lice? Head lice live in hair and not fur after all. As it turns out, a dog can get lice, but not human lice! Here are a few things you should know if you think that your dog might have canine lice.

How Does This Happen?

There are several ways that dogs can get lice. Poor sanitation and grooming tools with lice or eggs are both ways dogs can get lice. Lice can also be transferred from dog to dog, so be sure to do a regular check if you frequent the dog park.

Can You Get Head Lice From Dogs?

Thankfully lice are species-specific. Dogs only get dog lice and humans only get human lice, so you do not have to worry about spreading the parasites to or from your pets.

Signs and Symptoms Of Dog Lice

Dog lice can only be seen crawling around inside the coat when the fur is parted, so you should check your dog regularly. Just like human lice, dog lice are very small, about the size of a sesame seed, and are tan or off-white in color. These parasites like to hide close to wounds. Itchiness, hair loss, redness, or a flaky coat are all signs that your pooch may have lice. Lice do not pose too much of an immediate threat, but if left unchecked, they can cause serious bacterial infections.

How to Treat Your Dog

If you discover lice on your dog, don’t worry! There are a few different ways to treat them. Lice collars and topical sprays are two different ways to treat dog lice, but you should take them to the vet to get a recommendation before you take any action. Like over-the-counter treatments for human lice, some dog lice treatments can be very toxic and can be harmful to you or your pets if they are used improperly.

Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Savannah, GA

Here at Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we are dedicated to the prevention of lice. We can provide you with lice treatment in Savannah, GA as well as our other locations in Jacksonville and Orlando, FL. Educating the public about head lice, what they are, and how to deal with them is something that we are passionate about. If you would like to learn more about head lice and how to prevent them, click here.

Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our mission is to get rid of lice in schools across the United States. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program. Through this program, we provide school nurses and teachers with free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!

Salons and Hair Dye Do Not Kill Lice

Salons and Hair Dye Do Not Kill Lice

While hair dye may kill some lice, it does not affect the nits. Why use a potentially harmful lice treatment when there are alternatives that are much more effective? For any questions or concerns about nits, nymphs, or lice, contact the specialists Fresh Heads Lice Removal today. 

DO LICE LIKE DYED HAIR?

When it comes to hair dye and lice, especially if you deal with multiple bouts of lice and have dyed hair, you may believe that this is a causal relationship. This is not true; the fact is that lice are not drawn to hair that has been dyed. Lice are also not repelled by hair dyes either. 

DOES BOX HAIR DYE KILL HEAD LICE AND NITS?

Box hair dye has ammonia as a key ingredient. Ammonia is used to make hair lighter, and it is an alkaline substance. Head lice cannot withstand an environment in the head that is this alkaline, so eventually, due to subsequent use, this can kill some lice, but not nits. 

DOES HAIR BLEACH KILL LICE?

Bleach has a higher potential of killing some of the lice but some will just become immune to the bleach. The best way to remove lice is to contact a professional clinical service that has years of experience. 

Ultimately, hair dye and hair bleach  has the potential to kill some adult lice, after consistent use and frequent dyings. Hair dye/bleach will do nothing to affect unhatched lice eggs, (aka nits).

HAIR DYES DON’T KILL LICE EGGS?

As previously discussed, hair color may kill the bugs, but with a full-blown infestation, lice eggs will remain viable in the hair. Nits have such a tough exterior shell that dyes do not penetrate. Any nits that remain in the hair will eventually hatch, mature, and continue to infest your scalp.  It is possible to have many future generations of lice within a month.

WILL LICE TREATMENT RUIN HAIR COLOR?

If you wonder whether lice treatment ruins hair color, we can assure you that your technician will use our  AirAllé® device. Our FDA-cleared medical device blows heated air through its applicator tip along the scalp and hair shafts at a higher flow (but cooler temperature) than a hair dryer. Which preserves hair color, and also eliminates lice.

Some people jump to using lice shampoos, prescription lice treatments, and over-the-counter lice treatment kits like Nix, Pronto, A-200, and Rid. These lice products come with a low-quality plastic comb that fails to get rid of nits, and occasionally, they cause an allergic reaction, itching, or a rash.

Fresh Heads offers a professional quality combing service in addition to clinical-grade at-home treatment kits. Our comb’s micro-grooved teeth are gentle on the scalp to help remove the nits and lice.

FRESH HEADS IN JACKSONVILLE, FL IS YOUR LICE SOLUTION

If you find that you have head lice, leave it to the professionals.  Fresh Heads services are reimbursable by some insurance plans and can be applied to FSAs and HSAs. Call Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Jacksonville for same-day treatment at your convenience.https://freshheadsliceremoval.com/ . Now you can also book our other locations in Orlando, FL or Savannah, GA. 

Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our mission is to get rid of lice in schools across the United States. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program. Through this program, we provide school nurses and teachers with free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!

Nits VS Lice; What are the Main Differences Between the Two?

Nits VS Lice; What are the Main Differences Between the Two?

You keep seeing the word “nits”, but you are not sure what it is or what it has to do with lice? It’s simple, nits are the lice eggs produced by the lice, while lice is the actual bug that is making your head itch. Lice are very common and nothing to be embarrassed about. It’s estimated that 6 to 12 million people every year get lice. At Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Jacksonville, we are dedicated to solving this frequent issue. 

What are Lice Nits?

Female lice can lay 6 to 8 eggs a day. As you could imagine, that can lead to lots of lice over the course of a few days. Their eggs are typically white in color, very small, and oval shaped. You can find them close to the scalp, but they’ll be attached to individual pieces of hair. A good way to decipher if it’s lice nits or dandruff is that dandruff will easily come out of the hair and is not hard or oval shaped. Lice nits do not come off the hair easily and can be seen with the naked eye.

What Do Lice Look Like?

Lice are the six-legged, wingless bug you are seeing crawling around on your scalp. They tend to be dark in color but can be lighter.  They are very small, but can still be seen with the naked eye. If you see one, chances are you’ll be able to find others.    

How To Know You Have Head Lice?

A good way to tell if you have lice or not is to evaluate your level of itchiness on your scalp, neck, or shoulders. The itchiness can become unbearable at some points and can disrupt your everyday life. Another good way to see if you have lice is if you see nits. The lice nits will be on individual pieces of hair and close to the scalp. These nits will be white and oval-shaped, and will not come out of your hair so easily. 

Lice Treatment in Jacksonville, FL 

The most efficient and best lice treatment is with us at Fresh Heads. We use our exclusive AirAlle machine that kills the lice by using heated air. Its warm air kills the lice and lice eggs without having to use any harsh chemicals or having to come back for a second treatment. With our simple process, no hourly fees, and no hassle of having to come back for follow-ups, we’re happy to provide you with the best lice treatment. Call or visit our website to book your appointment today at one of our locations in Jacksonville, FL, Jacksonville Beach, Orlando, FL, or Savannah, GA.  

Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our mission is to get rid of lice in schools across the United States. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program. Through this program, we provide school nurses and teachers with free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!

Does Heat From Hair Straighteners Remove Lice? The Myths Behind The Heat

Does Heat From Hair Straighteners Remove Lice? The Myths Behind The Heat

The Myth About Lice

There are many misconceptions about how lice is spread. These lice myths continue to cause widespread fear among people. One of the most common lice myths is lice prefer dirty hair, which is false. In actuality, lice does not signify poor hygiene. They can settle in freshly cleaned hair as well as dirty. 

What about the myth that heat from a hair straighter kills lice? What about other heat sources? We answer the myths below, however you can always visit one of our locations for more answers, especially if you suspect you have lice.

Does Heat Kill Lice?

The answer is yes, heat kills lice and is one way to get rid of lice without using harmful chemicals. However, using a household hair dryer may not be the answer. The heat from a hair dryer will be too hot and you run the risk of causing damage to your scalp with the constant flow of hot air. Fresh Heads Lice Removal uses heat to treat lice, but in a safe and controlled environment. The revolutionary AirAllé™ is designed to blow warm air through its applicator along with scalp and hair at a higher flow but with a much cooler temperature than a hairdryer. This creates a dry environment that kills all the lice and nits, so only one treatment is needed.

Will a Hair Straightener Kill Lice?

A hair straightener is a heated device, but can it kill lice? There is a possibility that the straightener could kill the lice, but since lice are quick and mobile it will not succeed in reaching each one. A hair straightener could also possibly kill the lice eggs, but the heat may not be able to penetrate all the eggs, allowing the hatching of lice in about a week. Using a hair straightener is not a recommended method of lice removal and you could severely damage your hair if your heat is too high. 

Book An Appointment With Fresh Heads in Jacksonville, FL

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we can help you get rid of lice in one treatment. If you or someone in your family has been exposed to lice or shown symptoms, it’s essential to get checked. Contact us today at our Jacksonville, FL, or in Orlando, FL, and Savannah, GA.  

Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our mission is to get rid of lice in schools across the United States. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program. Through this program, we provide school nurses and teachers with free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!

The Truth Behind Why You Get Lice?

The Truth Behind Why You Get Lice?

Lice are transferred by head-to-head contact. This means lice only transfer from one head to another if the two heads touch. When you or a loved one realize you might have lice, you can learn how to check yourself for lice or reach out to an expert to treat it immediately. Here are a few facts about head lice so you will know the truth when you get it and the best lice prevention methods.

Head-to-Head Contact

The only way to get head lice is head-to-head contact with another person that has lice. This is the only way to get lice because lice do not jump and cannot fly. Once lice leave the human scalp, they can only survive for less than 24 hours. So, you cannot get lice from furniture, bed sheets, hats, or clothes. However, it is a good idea to wash all of these items after having lice just to sanitize. 

Lice Do Not Prefer Any Hair Lengths

Lice live on the scalp, so the length of hair does not matter. You could have long hair or short hair and still contract lice from head-to-head contact with someone else. With this information, there is no need to rush to get a haircut when you identify a lice infestation.  Another insignificant factor is hair patterns. Straight, wavy, or curly hair are all affected by lice.

Lice Do Not Care About Hygiene

It does not matter how clean or dirty your hair is. Lice can live on any human scalp and are not bothered by the hygiene. Once a lice infestation begins, they will reproduce rather quickly. Some shampoos and conditioners can help soothe the scalp after lice and prevent the spread of lice infestations, but they need to be purchased at your local lice clinics. Stay away from over-the-counter lice products from big chain stores. These products often are made with ingredients harmful to the skin.

Book Your Head Lice Removal Appointment with Fresh Heads in Savannah, Georgia.

When you realize you or a loved one may have lice it is important to treat them quickly. The most effective way is to get your head checked by local professionals. The most effective way to treat a lice infestation is to visit Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Savannah, Ga, Orlando, FL, and Jacksonville, FL.  Book your appointment online at https://freshheadsliceremoval.com/book-now/  or learn how to check your own head for lice today. You will leave the clinic lice-free in less than an hour.

Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our mission is to get rid of lice in schools across the United States. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program. Through this program, we provide school nurses and teachers with free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!

Can Head Lice Cause Disease?

Can Head Lice Cause Disease?

As a parent, we all know the dreaded feeling when we see our children scratch at their heads. We have high hopes and think to ourselves, “maybe they’re just hot and sweaty,” then logic comes into play and as we check our children’s heads, our stomachs drop. However, being a parent, it’s our job to worry and our minds tend to wonder. We wonder if head lice have the potential to cause disease. Thankfully, only body lice can cause disease and the most common thing that head lice bring is stress and agitation. Our Fresh Heads Lice Removal and Treatment Clinics in Savannah, Orlando, and Jacksonville are here to not only get rid of pesky lice but remove any concerns. 

How to Know If Your Child has Head Lice

When determining if your child has head lice, there are a couple of key signs to look out for. Itching is the most seen sign, and it’s because of an allergic reaction to the louse bites. The best way to confirm your child has head lice is by visibly seeing the lice or even the lice eggs. Use a flashlight and direct the light towards the hair shaft and see if there are any small white eggs. Don’t be discouraged if you find nothing that doesn’t mean your child doesn’t have lice. It just might mean it’s not visible to the naked eye.

Transmission of Head Lice

Transmission is primarily through direct head-to-head contact and is commonly seen in schools and other extracurricular activities. It’s important to tell your children not to put their head close to another’s. Although, we understand how impossible it can be to get your children to listen, which is why here at Fresh Heads we are the best in the industry at quickly and safely removing head lice.

Head Lice are Not a Health Hazard to Your Child

As caretakers, we already have to worry about a vast number of illnesses that our children might have to experience, such as the flu, pinkeye, and ear infections. Which is why we want to put your worries at ease because there is no evidence of head lice causing any type of disease. The worst your child might experience is sores, caused by non-stop scratching, and these sores have the potential to become infected with bacteria. Here at Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our aim is not only lice prevention but also to prevent your child from reaching the point of sores.

Why Choose Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Savannah, GA

Instead of waiting and trying to deal with head lice on your own, bring your children in so the professionals can treat them. Save time, headache, and worries by letting us treat your child for head lice. You can feel relieved knowing our AirAlle Head Lice Removal Machine is FDA approved and guaranteed to remove head lice in one treatment. Contact us today and let’s schedule an appointment. You can find Fresh Heads Clinics at our three locations: Savannah GA, Orlando, and Jacksonville FL. 

Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our mission is to get rid of lice in schools across the United States. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program. Through this program, we provide school nurses and teachers with free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!

Can Bald People Get Lice

Can Bald People Get Lice?

Adult head lice are super tiny, around 2-3 mm, six-legged insects that attach to the scalp and neck and lay their eggs on the base of their host’s hair shaft. Head lice are spread by head-to-head contact. Lice seem to have an easier time infesting on younger children more often than others, but adults or anyone who has come in contact with someone who is lice-infested is also at risk of becoming infected with head lice. Once the lice leave the protection of the hair and are no longer feeding off of the blood, the clock begins ticking on their time of survival unless they find another host. 

The Reality

If a person is bald, then the odds of them getting and maintaining a head lice infestation are drastically lower than others with hair. With no hair for the lice to hold on to, hide in, and lay their eggs on, any lice that might find their way to a bald person’s scalp die or fall off quickly. 

So, while a bald person can have lice on their scalp because of the lack of hair, the lice have a hard time getting to the scalp, and once the lice get there, their environment is super uncomfortable and isn’t conducive to long term survival. Also, while lice are super small, they are easy to see if they are just hanging out on a bald head, so the lice would be extremely at risk of being caught.

What about facial hair?

Although bald people can get head lice, the odds of them having an actual infestation is almost impossible. The only way to truly avoid head lice on a bald head is to have absolutely no hair, squeaky to the skin (think Mr. Clean bald.) Thin hair on sporadic hair is still susceptible to head lice, just like an infant’s head. Beyond the scalp, head lice don’t live in beards because facial hair is too coarse and too widely spaced to make a suitable home. However, finding lice in facial hair is extremely rare.

The Solution

Head lice are something that you need to be aware of and ensure that it is treated as soon as you become aware to avoid spreading it to others. The most efficient and easiest way to treat head lice is to head over to your nearest Fresh Heads Lice Treatment Center in Savannah GA, Orlando, FL and Jacksonville, FL. There we use the patented head lice remover machine called the AirAlle, and with over 700,000 successful cases, you can walk in and out of your 90-minute appointment lice-free and confident. So, give us a call today and set up your appointment so you can get back to your life as soon as possible.

Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our mission is to get rid of lice in schools across the United States. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program. Through this program, we provide school nurses and teachers with free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!

Can Pets Contract Head Lice from Kids?

Can You Get Lice from Your Pets and Vice Versa?

Dealing with lice infestations is a pain, whether it’s you or your child going through it. After your kid arrives home from a long day at school and you witness them scratching their hair and head incessantly, it’s usually a sure sign that they’ve gotten infected with lice.

Part of preventing lice from spreading and affecting the rest of your family is controlling the problem while it’s still early. Managing head lice is a serious matter that requires special products or a visit to a lice removal center near you for immediate treatment.  

Handling lice issues is similar to keeping your pets free from fleas. The most fundamental thing to do is prevent infestation and unwanted transmissions—whether it’s a human or a pet involved. 

Keep reading below to find out more about the negative impact of lice on people and pets.

Understanding How Human Lice Affects Your Pets

Once you find out that your child has contracted head lice, while you worry about their situation, you can’t help thinking about your pet dog or cat because they have a lot of fur. 

Fortunately, it’s safe to say that you can prevent human lice from affecting your pets because these parasites will only continue latching on to their preferred species. The lice that attach themselves to your child’s hair will not infect your pets. Human lice will only stick to humans and dog lice will remain attached to dogs!

If your child acquires head lice from school, there’s no need to keep your pets away from them. However, you do have to be extra careful about accidentally becoming infected by the head lice that your child now has.

A Closer Look at the Lice on Your Pets

Even though human lice cannot attach themselves to your pets, your pets will still have to deal with different species of lice that feed on their blood. Animals tend to acquire lice from dirty environments, usually occurring in unsanitary animal shelters, for example. 

Stray dogs or cats living on the streets or in shelters have greater chances of experiencing a lice infestation as compared to household pets that receive regular care, cleaning, and attention. Due to the inadequate disinfection solutions occurring in some animal shelters, grooming salons, and pet stores, transmission can happen easily. To prevent lice from spreading, you need to be proactive in ensuring that your pet is not exposed to such environments. 

How to Know If Your Pet Has Lice

When you witness your dog or cat constantly itching, scratching, and chewing on their fur to relieve the irritation they’re facing, it will be best to take them to the vet right away. Even though their lice has no way of affecting you or your family, it’s important to soothe the discomfort your pet is feeling through diagnosis and treatment.

Reach Out to an Expert

You’ll be much better off dealing with parasites, whether it’s human or animal, when you strive to focus on preventing lice rather than developing ways to treat them. As much as possible, you should limit your child from interacting too much with other kids suspected of having head lice. Meanwhile, when it comes to your pets, before bringing them to pet salons, you should ask the management regarding their facilities and how often they clean their equipment to ensure they won’t be the source of an infestation!  

Prevent Lice in Jacksonville, FL

Are you looking for a lice treatment clinic in Jacksonville, FL, Orlando, FL or Savannah, GA for your child? Fresh Heads Lice Removal offers all-natural and chemical-free lice removal solutions for people in need. Get in touch with us today to find out how our product works!

Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our mission is to get rid of lice in schools across the United States. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program. Through this program, we provide school nurses and teachers with free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!