Will Lice Go Away On Its Own?

Will Lice Go Away On Its Own?

Sometimes there are things in life that if you ignore them they eventually go away. With head lice, this is not the case. You cannot ignore head lice and wishfully hope they will just disappear from your child’s head or maybe they will eventually die off. They won’t. As long as head lice have a host to survive on, the problem will get worse as time goes on. This is why it’s best to nip head lice in the butt right away by taking your child to Fresh Heads Lice Removal for our professional lice treatment.

Head Lice Left Untreated

Several consequences will occur if you decide the problem will be fixed on its own. First, as the infestation continues the symptoms will worsen. Your child will most likely be scratching at their head nonstop, causing more sores and overall pain, to the point where it will be difficult for your child to go to sleep. Remember, adult head louse can survive on one’s scalp for up to 30 days and within that time period, female louse have the ability to lay approximately six eggs a day. As each day passes more eggs will be laid and hatched. 

Another consequence is if you let head lice go untreated you will be dealing with an even bigger problem.  There could be several hundred or even thousands of lice residing on one’s head which not only increases the risk of potential infection but makes treatment all the more difficult. When you wait until the last minute to handle the problem it will require multiple treatments to get rid of head lice. Especially since all head lice must be killed because if even one nit or louse is left behind the problem begins all over again.

Lastly, not treating your child’s head lice means you’re increasing your risk and others in your household of getting head lice. Each day your child has head lice means you’re more likely to somehow come in direct head-to-head contact, thus allowing a chance for the lice to transfer to your head.

Fresh Heads Handles Even the Severest Infestations in Orlando, FL

Here at Fresh Heads Lice Removal, our lice removal service will handle head lice infestations ranging from moderate to severe. Our professionals have seen it all so there’s absolutely nothing to be embarrassed about. We understand how disruptive head lice can be, not just to your child but to your whole family. That’s why there is no point in waiting, stop by one of our three locations in Savannah, GA, Orlando, FL, 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!

The Do's and Don'ts of Head Lice

The Do’s and Don’ts of Head Lice

Discovering you or your child has head lice can be confusing and stressful. You might find yourself scrolling online for hours trying to find the best treatment for getting rid of head lice only to end up even more confused than before. This is why Fresh Heads Lice Removal offers head lice treatment in Jacksonville, FL, Orlando, FL, and Savannah, GA, as well as advice on lice prevention. Here are some of the head lice dos and don’ts:

Dos:

Do remain calm – The first reaction for most parents when they find out their child has head lice is to stress out. It can be very frightening to learn that there are living bugs in your child’s hair, but head lice are very common and can be treated. Staying calm about the situation will help you to come up with a plan to get back to normal life as quickly as possible, which is always the main goal.

Do let others know – Unfortunately, there is a negative stigma around having head lice and many parents end up feeling embarrassed. It is important to remember that there is nothing to be ashamed of and telling others about your child’s head lice can help prevent spreading it further.

Do avoid head-to-head contact – Letting your child attend school with head lice can cause the lice to spread to other students. In order to prevent a bigger infestation, it is necessary to stay home until you know the lice are completely gone. If your child has after-school activities, you might want to stay home from these as well. 

Don’ts:

Don’t use harsh chemicals – Most of the over-the-counter treatments to kill lice contain many harsh chemicals that can harm your child. These chemicals often irritate the scalp or can cause allergic reactions. These products are not only dangerous, but they are ineffective in killing lice because lice have become resistant to these treatments. Over-the-counter products also do not kill the lice eggs, therefore they will continue to hatch and the problem will never be solved. 

Don’t tear your home apart – Many parents think that when your child has lice you have to throw lots of items away and clean the entire house. In reality, all you have to do is wash the bedsheets of the person with active head lice. If you are worried there might still be lice on their clothing, a quick wash in hot water will do the trick. Lice also cannot live without ahead for more than two days, so any object with lice will be safe to use in no time. 

Don’t share accessories – Head lice are usually spread through head-to-head contact, but can also be spread through accessories. Lice can be in items like hairbrushes, hats, jackets, hoodies, and hair ties, so it is best not to share them in order to prevent the spreading of lice. 

Don’t panic – While you will want to get rid of the lice as soon as possible, panicking will only make the situation worse. It is important to remember that you are not alone and head lice will be gone in no time at all. There is no need to be ashamed of getting head lice, as it happens to many children in school. 

Effective Lice Removal

Once you have read through the dos and don’ts of head lice, you will want to get treated right away. Fresh Heads Lice Treatment Center in Jacksonville, FL, Orlando, FL, and Savannah, GA, will get rid of your lice once and for all. Instead of using harsh chemicals that don’t actually remove lice, we dehydrate lice and eggs in a single treatment. Our AirAlle treatment is FDA cleared and award-winning for effectively killing both lice and their eggs. Contact Fresh Heads Lice Removal today for a safe way to be lice-free.  

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!

Head Lice at the Pool

Head Lice at the Pool

With the summer in full swing, it is important to be aware of how lice can spread at any pool party. Luckily, Fresh Heads Lice Treatment Center provides safe and effective lice removal so that you can enjoy the fun in the sun without worrying about lice. 

Can Chlorine Kill Lice?

Although this is a common misconception, chlorine cannot kill head lice. Research shows that while lice do become immobilized when left in chlorine for long periods of time, they fully recover in less than a minute. This means that even when swimming in chlorinated pool water, the lice will not be killed. On the contrary, the lice actually grip harder to human hair when the person goes underwater and they can hold their breath for over four hours.

How Soon After Lice Treatment Can You Swim?

If you are treating your lice with an over the counter product, it is recommended you wait at least 48 hours before swimming after treatment.Because OTC products have lost their effectiveness at treating head lice (see Super Lice) and are not recommended as an effective treatment, chlorine interferes with many OTC lice treatments and causes them to be even less effective, essentially rendering them to be almost entirely useless. Additionally, these OTC treatments often contain harmful chemicals which can cause a bad chemical reaction when mixed with the chlorine in a pool. 

In order to avoid ineffectiveness and side effects such as burns and irritation to the scalp, come into Fresh Heads Lice Removal Clinic for a 100% safe and effective treatment. At Fresh Heads we are committed to safely removing head lice so your child can return to normal life as quickly as possible. We promise to do that without the use of toxic chemicals. Our AirAlle lice treatment is completely chemical free- using our FDA-cleared medical device we are able to blow heated air through its applicator tip along the scalp and hair shafts at a higher flow (but cooler temperature) than a hair dryer and eliminate all lice. Therefore, you can enjoy swimming in any pool right after the treatment, and no follow-up is necessary. 

Remove Lice Safely Today In Orlando, FL

Stop worrying about head lice this summer and book your non-toxic lice treatment at our Fresh Heads Lice clinic in Orlando, Jacksonville, or Savannah. If you want to safely remove lice and avoid harsh chemicals or pesticides then contact Fresh Heads Lice Removal 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!

How to Avoid Lice While Traveling This Summer

How to Avoid Lice While Traveling This Summer

With summer in full swing, it is important to keep in mind all the ways that lice can spread during summertime travelling. The last thing you want during your much needed vacation is to worry about head lice. Luckily, Fresh Heads Lice Removal can quickly get rid of all your head lice in only 30-90 minutes so you can return to normal life as soon as possible. Here are some ways you can prevent head lice this summer:

Educate Your Children

Many children are unaware of lice and the discomfort they cause until they experience a lice infestation themselves. In order to avoid this, it is beneficial to educate your children on lice and how they are spread in order to reduce their chances of contracting lice. 

Direct contact with the hair of a person with lice (head to head contact) is the most common method of spreading head lice. With this knowledge, your child can be more aware and cautious of their proximity towards others while traveling. By educating your child on the potential symptoms of head lice, you can catch the infestation earlier on and get treated as soon as possible.

Get Your Head Checked For Lice

Before going on any trip, you should always get a head lice screening just in case. Not only will this prevent the spread of lice to others, but it will make your trip much more enjoyable knowing that you are 100% lice free. 

Wear Protective Hairstyles 

When travelling to a new location it is nearly impossible to know where lice infestations are. The best way to keep your head safe from lice in public is to wear hairstyles that make it harder to attract lice. Wearing your hair in a ponytail, pig tails, or any type of hairstyle that picks up and pulls back your hair instead of leaving it down is beneficial. Braiding your hair is another common hairstyle that helps to keep lice away. 

Head Lice Treatment in Orlando, Florida

If you or your children do encounter lice, there is no need to panic. Our Fresh Heads Lice Removal clinics in Orlando, Jacksonville, and Savannah all offer our AirAlle signature treatment- using 0 harsh chemicals, we will have you and your family lice-free in as little as one hour. Contact Fresh Heads today for a safe and effective treatment and enjoy a lice-free summer!

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!

Don’t Bring Head Lice Home From Summer Camp

Don’t Bring Head Lice Home From Summer Camp

Going to summer camp as a child is where some of the best memories are made. Sadly, head lice also love summer camp!  How do you make sure that your child returns home from summer camp head lice-free? There is plenty of head lice preventative care that you can do preemptively to help prevent your child from becoming a victim of a head lice infestation.

  • Get a head check prior to camp

There’s no better way to prevent a head lice infestation than prevention! Getting your child’s head checked for lice prior to starting summer camp can help the entire camp avoid an outbreak. Camps should encourage all campers to get checked by a professional lice removal service like Fresh Heads, prior to the start of camp. 

  • Keep your hair tied back

Because head lice is spread through direct contact, it is always safer to keep your child’s hair tied up in braids, bun, or any of their favorite updos. This will lower the chances of their hair coming in contact with other children who have a lice infestation.

  • Buy preventative lice spray to use before and at camp

While most over-the-counter lice treatments are ineffective and time-consuming, some preventative sprays can help prevent the spread of head lice. Lice do not like the smell of mint, rosemary, and tea tree oil. So, making a mix of these fragrances and spraying it as perfume and on personal items can help at repelling lice.

  • Discourage close contact selfies with other campers

Selfies and picture taking is one of those things at summer camp that is just going to happen. So, asking your child not to take pictures with their friends is just not going to happen. But you could try discouraging them from taking close head-to-head contact selfies with them.

Head Lice Treatment in Jacksonville, FL 

So, what do you do if your child brings home head lice from that super awesome and unforgettable summer camp? Well, we have just the solution! Our Fresh Heads Lice Removal clinics in Jacksonville, Orlando, and Savannah all offer our AirAllé treatment- using 0 harsh or toxic chemicals, the AirAllé treatment eliminates lice the first time, every time. With over 700,000 successful head lice treatments under our belt, we guarantee that the Fresh Heads can take care of your lice problem effectively, timely, and with little to no effort to you. So make your appointment today and get ready for summer fun!

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!

What Exactly Is Lice Dehydration

What Exactly Is Lice Dehydration?

In the United States, it’s believed that about 6 to 12 million children between 3 and 12 years of age get head lice each year. Head lice infestations are especially common in schools because of head-to-head contact between young students who may not know that they’re spreading them.

For many years, the only way to combat head lice was pesticide-based shampoos available in drugstores and local grocery stores. These lice treatment products have since grown ineffective in combating the super lice we are now seeing.

Since multiple generations have been using these treatments for decades, lice have developed a resistance to them. As a result, these over-the-counter treatments are no longer effective and cannot be recommended.

Fortunately, technological developments have brought about a method and device that can effectively kill lice: warm air.

The AirAllé® Device

AirAllé’s solution to lice problems utilizes something so simple. Directing warm air along the scalp for a certain amount of time kills crawling lice along with their eggs.

The AirAllé® Device was cleared by the FDA and released to the market in 2010. It blows heated air through the applicator tip at a higher flow rate, cooler temperature, and a precise humidity that is impossible to obtain from a standard hair dryer. Thirty minutes of consistent exposure to this warm air is enough to dehydrate and kill the lice and their eggs. This lice treatment method does no harm at all to the child or adult being treated. 

You shouldn’t mistake this device for a modified hairdryer. When you blow hair with a conventional hairdryer, the hair presses up against the scalp. This creates an insulating layer that protects lice from the heated air that you’re trying to expose them to. Hairdryers also produce a comparatively wide range of temperatures. Setting it on high means you risk burning your scalp and setting it too low won’t affect the lice at all.

In contrast to a conventional hairdryer, the AirAllé® Device utilizes a unique, single-use applicator tip with specialized holes at the end of 28 fingerlike tips that directs heated air along the hairline. The applicator lifts up the hair and ensures the flow of a consistent stream of warm air at the exact temperature that will dehydrate and kill lice after exposure. 

Effective Lice Treatment

Now that lice species are resistant to conventional lice treatment shampoos, the AirAllé® Device is the most effective way to eliminate lice. Over 450,000 Signature AirAllé® Treatments have been performed. 

This method is also the safest. Air is completely non-toxic and no pesticides or chemicals are used in these sessions. It’s perfectly safe for children and adults of any age, even those with sensitivity to other hair treatments.

Lice Dehydration Treatment

Lice is an incredibly common problem for millions of children and families all over the United States. Decades of pesticide-shampoo use have led to the emergence of super lice that are resistant to traditional treatments. Thankfully, there’s now an easier, more effective way to get rid of lice for good.

Head Lice Treatment Clinic in Jacksonville, Orlando, and Savannah

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we provide professional lice treatment services that can give you fast results. Visit one of our lice removal centers in Jacksonville, Orlando, and Savannah to experience our revolutionary AirAllé® Device . In the highly unlikely event that further treatment is needed – we will retreat you for free. Book your appointment online 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!

What Happens When You Have Nits but No Lice?

What Happens When You Have Nits but No Lice?

People who start experiencing chronic scalp itchiness might immediately suspect they are at the beginnings of a lice infestation. However, when conducting head checks, they are surprised to find nits but no adult lice. Today, we’re discussing why you might see this unique situation. Keep in mind though, that if you find traces of either, adult lice or nits, you should still get lice removal services right away to stop the infestation from getting worse.

What Are Head Lice?

Head lice are tiny wingless insects that live on your scalp and consume your blood to thrive and lay eggs. They can be hard to see with the naked eye, because an adult louse is the same size as a sesame seed! While they remain unseen, lice can live on your head for over thirty days and lay about eight eggs a day.

Nits are the eggs the lice lay and look similar to dandruff—but you’ll have a harder time removing them since they are “glued” to the hair shaft.

Why Am I Seeing Nits but No Lice?

It’s possible to find nits on your scalp without the presence of lice, especially if it’s during the early stages of an infestation. A louse might have been able to lay eggs on your head before transferring to another person’s head. After all, lice can also choose to produce only a certain number of eggs if your scalp seems incompatible to them. Or the few adult lice might have been brushed or knocked off, leaving behind their eggs, as adult lice are easier to remove from your hair than nits. It can also be that, if you just had a case of head lice and tried to treat it yourself, that the previous adults and nits weren’t completely removed. In any case, in order to prevent a full-blown infestation, you should contact a lice removal service to eliminate all traces of lice on your head as soon as you notice them.

When Do People Tend to Get Head Lice?

A head lice infestation usually happens to children through direct transfer or when they come into close contact with another child who has lice in their hair. Contrary to popular belief, nits and lice don’t occur from bad hygiene or from the environment—they move purely by head-to-head transmission!

Experiencing head lice is a common occurrence that typically affects children between three to eleven years old. It happens in schools and daycares, including camps, sleepovers, and sports activities. Even adults can get infested with lice if they’ve encountered an infested person. On such occasions, it’s crucial to get lice removal services immediately.

What Are Common Lice Symptoms?

The most known symptom that’ll indicate that you’re experiencing lice or nits on your head is an itchy scalp, which is an allergic reaction to a louse bite. However, it’s important to note there will not be enough adults to cause itch-inducing bites until several weeks after the start of the infestation. Other symptoms that could require you to contact a lice removal service immediately involve finding sores on your head due to incessant scratching, or feeling like something is moving on your scalp. General irritation and having trouble sleeping can also indicate the presence of lice and nits.

Work with an Expert

People experiencing lice for the first time should avoid panicking, and instead, keep in mind that their scalp problems can be treated quickly and effectively. Your situation isn’t considered a medical danger because head lice cannot spread disease. Instead, they’re just a big nuisance due to the symptoms they produce! However, you should be careful not to scratch excessively or you could injure your scalp, resulting in a skin infection, so it’s best to be cautious. Instead, focus on reaching out to a professional that can provide the necessary treatment to eliminate the lice and nits on your head before they get worse.

Professional Lice Treatment in Orlando, Savannah, and Jacksonville

Are you looking for professional lice treatment to get rid of your head lice infestation? Fresh Heads Lice Removal is a recognized lice removal clinic with an exclusive FDA-cleared device called AirAllé that dehydrates and completely gets rid of adult lice and their eggs. We can guarantee that our products and solutions are all-natural and don’t contain any harmful chemicals. Book your appointment 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!

How to Do a Comb-Out—Tips from the Pros

How to Do a Comb-Out—Tips from the Pros

Head lice are parasites that live in your hair and survive off the blood from your scalp. Lice infestations are common, especially among children, causing them discomfort and distress. In some cases, extreme itchiness on the scalp can lead to wounds or scarring due to excessive scratching.

Head lice don’t go away on their own, however they can successfully be treated in several different ways. One of these methods by combing, which is done using a fine-toothed comb specially designed to remove nits and lice. There are many parents out there who want to use the combing method to treat their children at home, but are unsure of the tools and techniques they need to do so. Fresh Heads is here to help with tips from our pros!

What Tools Do I Need to Do a Comb-Out?

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we offer a DIY comb-out kit that has everything you need—solutions and comb. Our Non-Toxic At-Home Treatment Bundle contains a professional-grade comb as well as a nit-combing solution that contains natural enzymes to break down the “glue” that bonds nits to the hair shafts.

How Is Our Lice Comb Different?

Compared to any nit comb you could find at the store, our professional-grade comb has teeth that are closer together and feature spiral micro-grooves to grab every louse and nit. Our comb is also made of durable stainless steel so you can sanitize and reuse it and it won’t rust.

Who Is an Ideal Candidate for Wet Combing?

Wet combing treatment is an ideal lice removal method for the following:

  • Babies
  • Pregnant women
  • Breastfeeding women
  • People with allergies
  • People with open scalp wounds
  • People with asthma
  • People who don’t want to use insecticides
  • People with insecticide-resistant infestations

How Do I Perform Wet Combing for Lice Removal?

Combing can be conveniently and safely performed in the comfort of your home. It’s effective and has no adverse effects. Here are the tips from the pros for wet combing: 

  1. Shampoo and condition with gentle products
  2. Rinse with our soothing non-toxic topical rinse
  3. Use a wide-toothed comb to detangle your wet hair
  4. Divide the hair into small sections to prevent hurting your scalp
  5. Switch to our profession grade nit comb
  6. Gently insert the comb at the root of the hair and draw it all the way down to the ends
  7. Check the comb for lice after every stroke, and remove them by wiping or rinsing your comb
  8. Repeat the combing process to get rid of any lice you might have missed the first time

Also, be sure to check out our instructional video on how to comb out head lice!

What Are the Benefits of Using the Wet Combing Method?

Although there are over-the-counter lice treatments available, these contain harsh chemicals and pesticides that can pose a danger to you or your child’s health. What’s worse, is that these chemicals are ineffective against the super lice of today. You can avoid these harsh chemicals and treat lice successfully using our Non-Toxic At-Home Bundle.

Reach Out to Lice Removal Experts

If combing out lice and nits yourself at home sounds like a little too much to take on right now, and you could use a little help dealing with the stress of lice, visit one of our Fresh Heads clinics for one of our professional-grade treatments. We offer expert comb-outs as well as signature AirAllé® treatments. Our AirAllé® device is a powerful, FDA-Cleared medical device that dehydrates and kills both lice and nits in a single treatment. It’s all-natural and does not contain any chemicals.

Lice Removal Treatment in Jacksonville, Orlando, and Savannah

If you’re looking for the best lice removal treatment, reach out to the pros at Fresh Heads Lice Removal. We offer several professional-grade options to meet your needs. Book an appointment with us today or contact us to learn more about our treatment options.

 


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!

What To Do When Lice Come Back

What to Do When Lice Come Back

Head lice are notorious for afflicting preschool and elementary-school children and causing all kinds of discomfort. They primarily cause a tickling sensation of something moving in the hair. However, in worse cases, they cause serious itching and even sores on the scalp.

It is for this reason that parents seek various lice removal treatments or visit lice removal clinics regularly. Not only will this relieve their children of the symptoms of head lice infestation but also prevent further spread of the lice to other members in the family.

How to Know if Your Child Has a Head Lice Infestation

As a parent, you naturally want to protect your child from those pesky parasites. To help you out, here are some common signs and symptoms of head lice you must always be on the lookout for:

  • A tickling sensation of something moving in the hair
  • Itching on the scalp, neck, and ears (an allergic reaction to louse bites)
  • Sores on the scalp caused by scratching
  • Irritability

You can also look closely through your child’s hair and scalp for nits or lice eggs, as well as adult lice or nymphs. Finding nymphs may be difficult as they can move quickly away from searching fingers. However, it is easier to find nits as they are small, oval blobs attached to a strand of hair close to the scalp.

Why Do Lice Come Back?

There are two common reasons for the recurrence of lice infestation:

• Ineffective Treatment

If you tried to treat the lice with OTC lice shampoo, it’s important to know that those shampoos are no longer effective against the super lice of today. Using inadequate over-the-counter lice treatments will just prolong the problem, and since adult females can lay up to eight eggs a day, your problem will also worsen.

• Recurring Contact with Someone Who’s Infested

Another possible cause of recurrent lice is that your child came back into contact with an infested individual. Whether your child at home or the daycare or school, they may have head-to-head contact with different people throughout the day.

To address this recurring problem, it helps to identify who the source is. If you think that it is someone else in the family, it’s a smart move to have everyone checked for signs of infestation.

What to Do When Lice Come Back

If you think lice are coming back because of ineffective treatment, it’s high time that you seek professional lice treatment for your child. Book a trip to our head lice clinics for professional lice removal. If you think your problem is recurring due to contact with an infested family member or friend, you’re also in luck, because our clinic also provides head checks—so you can be sure to be sure to find the source! 

Professional Lice Treatment in Jacksonville, FL

If you are looking for a professional lice removal clinic in Jacksonville, FL, Orlando, FL or Savannah, GA for your little one, look no further than Fresh Heads Lice Removal! With our FDA-cleared medical device, we offer you a powerful treatment so you won’t need follow-ups or rechecks. Get the help you and your child deserve and book an appointment today!


Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we’re determined to get rid of lice in schools across the US. We’ve partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to create the Schools Without Lice program which gives school nurses and teachers free screenings, resources, and treatments. Together, we can have schools without lice!

Woman administering AirAlle treatment--one of the fastest ways to get rid of head lice.

How to Get Rid of Head Lice Fast

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we understand that it can be difficult and trying when your child has lice. Fortunately, we believe that getting rid of head lice can be fast, effective and hassle-free. Our goal is to remove the frustration from lice treatment. For parents in the Florida or Georgia communities that we service (Jacksonville and Orlando, FL, and Savannah, GA) who are looking for lice treatment services, we wanted to take some time to explore more about how Fresh Heads Lice Removal works. This way, if and when they ever strike, you’ll know the fastest way to get rid of head lice!

The Fresh Heads Lice Removal Difference

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we are a worldwide leader in lice removal. Our science-based lice treatment center distinguishes itself with:

• Urgent Care: We strive to offer same-day or next-day appointment availability at our clinics, in order to get rid of lice as fast as possible.

• A Great Atmosphere Your Child Will Love: We are also committed to providing a safe, chemical-free, salon-like atmosphere for you and your family.

• Flexible Options: We also offer a variety of options and lice treatment solutions to suit every budget.

AirAllé®: The Safe, Effective, and Fastest Way to Get Rid of Head Lice

At Fresh Heads, our professional technicians and experts take a safe, effective, and affordable approach to lice treatment. We stop lice in their tracks using AirAllé®, a completely safe FDA cleared medical device, so that we can help your child return to life as normal as quickly as possible. AirAllé® kills lice and lice eggs through dehydration, and a single one-hour treatment kills head lice and 99.2% of lice eggs. Because the AirAllé® device is so effective at killing lice eggs (which are difficult for traditional lice products to kill), the chances of your child needing a follow-up treatment are very small (less than 1% re-treatment rate).

The Affordable Way to Get Rid of Head Lice Fast

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we believe that getting rid of lice doesn’t have to be expensive. We offer a flat rate (no hidden or hourly charges) and a 45-day re-treatment guarantee, so that you can be confident that you are receiving the best value. We pride ourselves on being a lice service that your family can rely on for the safe diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of lice.

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we are committed to getting rid of head lice as fast as possible,  so your child can return to normal life right away. We help you select the most effective lice treatment option for your child, so that we can help get your child the relief they need at an affordable price. To learn more about our list of services and featured products, contact one of our Jacksonville, FL, Orlando, FL, or Savannah, GA Fresh Heads locations today!


Schools Without Lice.

Schools Without Lice

Our goal at Fresh Heads Lice Removal is to get rid of lice in schools nationwide. Our Schools Without Lice program, created in partnership with the Lice Clinics of America, supports nurses and teachers with free resources, screenings, and treatments. We’re taking another step towards lice-free schools!