How to Care for Your Head Post Lice Treatment

How to Care for Your Head Post Lice Treatment

Many people think their experience with head lice is over once they have received treatment. While receiving treatment for head lice is the best way to ensure the problem doesn’t persist, it is wise to take preventative measures to avoid contracting lice again. 

What Happens After Lice Treatment?

The AirAlle treatment used at Fresh Heads Lice Removal uses warm air to kill head lice and nits (lice eggs). The treatment is thoroughly applied throughout the scalp, killing all the lice and nits with warm air- this process takes around half an hour. A lice comb will then be used to meticulously comb through the hair to ensure all head lice and nits are removed from the hair and scalp. 

The patented AirAlle treatment technology used at Fresh Heads Lice Removal guarantees that clients leave lice-free the same day as their treatment. Wondering what could happen after lice treatment is common. It is vital to make sure your scalp is lice-free before continuing in everyday activities around people. If you follow directions from our highly trained and professional staff after your treatment, you should be good to go. 

How to Reduce Your Risk of Catching Lice

There isn’t a way to 100% lice-proof yourself, but there are steps you can take to reduce the chances of catching head lice. Lice is spread by head-to-head contact, so the most effective way of preventing it is to avoid touching heads or hair with others who may be lice hosts. If you have longer hair, it is recommended to wear it pulled up or back to help avoid contact with others. Another method of deterring lice is using scents/oils such as mint, rosemary, and citronella. Lice find these scents unpleasant and are naturally deterred by them.

Check for Lice Weekly

One of the best ways to stay on top of a lice problem after treatment is by regularly performing lice checks. Using a lice comb or fine-toothed comb, separate the hair and comb down a section from the root to the end of the hair. Examine the scalp and comb for any lice or nits. Nits will not immediately fall off of a hair follicle. They are stuck on and require a little more effort to remove than a typical piece of dandruff that easily flakes off the scalp/hair.

Hassle-Free Lice Removal in Savannah, GA

If you need head lice removal in Savannah, GA, call or visit Fresh Heads Lice Removal for help. Our AirAlle lice treatment guarantees you or your loved one will leave our facility lice-free, with no need for multiple chemical treatments. We also provide a 45-day post-treatment guarantee that you will remain lice-free for a period after the treatment. Come see us for stress-free head lice removal in Savannah, GA, or at our other two locations in Jacksonville, FL, and Orlando, 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!

Dangerous Chemicals in Over-the-Counter Lice Products

Dangerous Chemicals in Over-the-Counter Lice Products

Many people will try over-the-counter products first to treat head lice but these products aren’t always effective or safe for you to use. When looking at at-home methods, a common question is “Can alcohol kill lice?” The simple answer is to not risk it but we’ll get into the reasons why below. Professional lice removal clinics, like Fresh Heads Lice Removal, have the best lice treatment due to our proven success. 

Can Alcohol Kill Lice?

Rubbing alcohol is very common in households and readily available. Many people will ask “Can alcohol kill lice?”. The answer to that question is complicated because it can, but is not very effective. You would have to keep reapplying for at least a week to ensure you got all the head lice and repetitive use isn’t good for a person’s hair or scalp. So while it could possibly work, it is not recommended. 

Over-The-Counter Issues

Many over-the-counter products you can get from an average grocery store or drugstore most likely have chemicals in them that should not be used on the scalp. Several over-the-counter products have a chemical known as permethrin in them. 

Permethrin is a pesticide just like the one people put in their yards. Pesticides are not meant to go in or be on anyone’s body. Depending on the formula, Permethrin is more non-toxic, but on semi-rare occasions, it can cause many short-term side effects. Some examples of the side effects are irritation to the eyes, nose, mouth, throat, and skin. Permethrin has several neurotoxic properties that leave questions amongst experts as to why it should even be allowed on children’s heads to begin with. It is better to not risk it with one of the more dangerous chemicals for lice. 

Another chemical in many over-the-counter products is Malathion. Malathion is actually even worse than Permethrin. Malathion has been linked to seizures and other health problems like cancer. Some other side effects include headaches, nausea, dizziness, weakness, cramps, diarrhea, excessive sweating, blurred vision, and increased heart rate. Just like with Permethrin, this is one of the more dangerous chemicals found in over-the-counter treatments for lice that we highly discourage anyone to use. 

Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Savannah, GA.

Come into Fresh Heads Lice Removal if you ever find yourself with lice. We use our patented AirAlle treatment. The AirAlle Treatment uses warm heated air on the scalp to effectively kill head lice and nits, chemical free! This is a service that has been proven time and time again to work on any patient. Book an appointment or give us a call today to get started right away. Fresh Heads Lice Removal has locations in Savannah, GA, Jacksonville, FL and Orlando, 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!

5 Tips To Keep Your Child Lice Free at Summer Camp

5 Tips To Keep Your Child Lice Free at Summer Camp

Summer camp is one of the most fun and exciting parts of summer vacation as a kid. Meeting new friends, going on adventures, and eating smores around campfires is all good fun, but summer camp does not come risk-free. Camp activities create a great environment for head lice to thrive and spread to others. Here are a few ways that you can keep your child safe from head lice at camp this summer. If these tips do not work for you, we have you covered for lice removal in Savannah, GA, and our other locations. 

Pre-Camp Lice Head Check

Before you send your child to summer camp, it is a good idea to check them for lice before they leave. It can save you the frustration of receiving the diagnosis halfway through the week and having to check your kid out early. Lice checks are becoming a more routine part of a registration for most camps, but it is always good to ask about the camp policy before your child is exposed to lice.

Encourage Braids and Ponytails

One of the simplest ways to reduce the likelihood of head lice is by reducing the amount of hair that can make contact with others. Lice can only spread from direct contact, so putting your hair up can reduce the chance of making that contact with someone else. Braids, buns, and ponytails are three quick and easy ways that you can get your hair up and out of harm’s way. Not only will this reduce the chances of lice, but it also can help keep you cool in the summer sun.

Educate your kids on Lice

Before your kids head off to enjoy their week at camp, it is important to teach them the basics when it comes to avoiding head lice. Keeping their hair up and avoiding head-to-head contact are good things to remind your children before their week away. Teaching them how to perform a thorough head check can help by keeping them in the know to help prevent the spread of lice to others.

Be Proactive About Lice

The best way to prevent lice is by being proactive. Doing a regular check for lice for you and your kids and bringing up lice screening policies at summer camps are great ways to increase awareness of head lice and reduce the likelihood of an infestation.

Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Savannah, GA

Here at Fresh Heads, we are dedicated to safely removing head lice so that your kids can return to normal life as soon as possible. Our treatment works without the use of toxic chemicals and guarantees a same-day treatment. Click here to learn more about how our lice removal clinic is offering the best lice treatment for kids in Savannah, GA, Jacksonville, FL, and Orlando, 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!

Cleaning the Bedroom After a Lice Infestation 101

Cleaning the Bedroom After a Lice Infestation 101

Most parents when they find out their child or family member has head lice worry about how to clean the house from an infestation. They will frantically look up ways to clean the house such as, “how long do lice live on mattresses?” or “can lice live in my carpet?”. Don’t panic! Here is our best advice for what to do after your visit to Fresh Heads Lice Removal.

Lice Myths and Truths

So, how long do lice live on mattresses, on furniture, or in carpets? Surprisingly, they would not be able to survive on any of these objects for very long. A widespread myth about lice is that they can transfer from objects such as bed sheets, hats, etc. However, lice can really only be spread from direct head-to-head contact. Head lice are a parasite that requires a host, therefore lice will die fairly quickly if they are not in contact with the human head. Nits or lice eggs adhere close to the scalp to incubate. If a strand of hair fell out with eggs attached, the eggs would die fairly quickly as well. In short, they are not interested in crawling around your house. 

What to Clean After a Lice Infestation

Since lice are only transferred from head-to-head contact, you should not have to do a lot of cleaning after lice. To be cautious and put your mind at ease this is what we recommend:

  • Wash all bed sheets and blankets in hot water
  • Wash all clothes that have been worn in the last day or so, or that are lying on the floor
  • Place stuffed animals, throw pillows and throw blankets in the dryer on high heat for 30 minutes
  • Vacuum all sofas, chairs, car seats, large pillows, carpets, and area rugs
  • Clean all of the hair out of your hairbrushes, place them in a ziplock baggie and freeze them overnight.
  • Bag up all hair accessories for 24 hours 

The key to remember is that to get rid of lice, you should have the head treated by a professional lice clinic. At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we ensure that the lice are treated and removed from the hair and scalp in one session so you can get on with your regular activities without worrying about reinfestation or spread.

Come to Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Jacksonville, FL

If you or a loved one is faced with a lice infestation, come to Fresh Heads Lice Removal today. We offer a variety of services to treat the head and ensure that the lice are gone for good. Our most popular treatment is our signature AirAllé treatment. With the Airallé device, we use warm, dry air to dehydrate the lice to kill all nits and lice. We also have a 45-day guarantee to retreat for free in the unlikely case that it is needed. Get treated today at any of our Fresh Heads Lice Removal clinics in Jacksonville, FL, Savannah, GA, and Orlando, FL. 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!

Common Signs Your Child Has Lice

Common Signs Your Child Has Lice

What are lice? Lice are parasitic insects that are about the size of a sesame seed. They can only be spread through head-to-head contact and children are more likely to get lice than adults. Even if your child has good hygiene, there is still the possibility of a lice infestation as hygiene is not an indicator of whether or not you can catch lice. If you are worried your child has lice, what signs should you look for?

Signs of Lice

When looking for signs of lice, the most common sign is itching. If you notice your child is itching their scalp more than usual, that is a big indicator of lice. 

Other symptoms include:

  • A tickling feeling of something moving on your head 
  • Sores that developed from scratching
  • Irritability
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Red bumps on your head, neck, or shoulders

What to Do if You Believe Your Child Has Lice

If you believe your child has lice, you can do a head check to be sure. To check the scalp, you should look for small, brown insects moving around on the head. You should also look for lice eggs or nits stuck to the hair. Lice eggs or nits look like a small, oval blob on a strand of hair. If nits are yellow, tan, or brown, it means the lice haven’t hatched yet. If the nits are white or clear, the lice have hatched, and just the egg remains. 

The most common places to find lice and lice eggs in hair are around the ears and near the neckline at the back of the head. It is important to note that if you believe your child has lice, you should make an appointment at a lice clinic immediately. Leaving lice untreated could cause sores to form on the head. These sores can lead to infection, resulting in your child getting sick. Although getting sick from lice is the worst-case scenario, it is better to address the problem sooner rather than later. 

Come to Fresh Heads Lice Removal to be Lice-Free

At Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we will safely remove lice from the head. We want to stop the lice in their tracks and get your child back to normal life as soon as possible. At our clinic, we offer a variety of treatments to remove lice from the head. Our most popular treatment is the AirAllé Treatment. 

The AirAllé device blows gently-heated air onto the scalp, which then dehydrates the lice. This dehydration effectively kills the lice and lice eggs in the hair. If your child has lice or lice eggs in their hair, come to our clinic in Jacksonville, FL. We also have locations in Orlando, FL, and Savannah, GA. Come to our clinic today to be lice-free and stress-free. Book now 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 Know If You Have Lice or Dandruff

How to Know If You Have Lice or Dandruff

Your child is complaining of having an itchy scalp, you take a look and you see white stuff, but you’re not sure if it’s dandruff or lice because oftentimes dandruff looks like nits to the untrained eye. While lice is the answer no parent wants to hear, it is a possibility. We know how disruptive lice can be to your lives, so we’ve got some answers to help you figure out your next step. If you’re too spooked to check yourself, you can make an appointment with Fresh Heads Lice Removal and we’d be happy to check for you. 

How Do I Know If I Have Lice or Dandruff?

Dandruff vs. lice can be very confusing, as they can have similar symptoms and a similar look. It is very common to confuse the two, as dandruff does look like nits at a glance. Both can give you an itchy scalp, but the itchiness that comes with lice tends to be much more severe. Lice are a very small, black insect that feeds on your blood from your scalp, and their bites can cause severe irritation. You’ll constantly itch your scalp; the itching may affect your ability to fall asleep and stay asleep. Also, in severe lice infestations, you will likely be able to see and feel the lice on your scalp.

Identifying Dandruff VS. Lice

There is quite a difference between dandruff and lice. Dandruff is typically white, close to the scalp, thin, and flaky. Dandruff is dead skin from your scalp, which explains the white and flaky appearance and causes itchiness. Lice is a black insect that crawls around on the scalp, bites your scalp, and lays eggs. Their eggs are called nits and you can typically find their nits throughout their hair on single strands. Their nits are white/yellow in color, oval shaped, and hard. While dandruff looks like nits, nits are hard to remove off the strands of hair, while dandruff usually just comes right off. 

Causes of Dandruff VS. Lice

While dandruff and lice are often confused for one another, their causes are completely different. Lice is only spread through head-to-head contact. So, that means your child was in close contact with someone who has lice. Dandruff is typically caused by dry skin, irritated skin, hair care products, or skin conditions such as psoriasis.

Lice Treatment in Jacksonville, FL

If you’re looking for lice treatment in Jacksonville, FL, Fresh Heads Lice Removal is the #1 choice for local families. We use our patented AirAlle device that distributes warm air onto the scalp without using harsh chemicals or toxins. We provide the quickest single treatment with a 45-day guarantee, and no follow-up appointment needed! We also have two other locations in Orlando, FL, and Savannah, GA. Call today to get your life back!  

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!

HELP! I’ve Been Exposed to Lice

HELP! I’ve Been Exposed to Lice

You or your child has been exposed to lice, you’re freaking out and not sure what to do. You’re starting to run through the interaction you had with the person who has confirmed lice and you’re starting to wonder how long after exposure to lice do you get it? Your child isn’t allowed back in school, you have to take off work, and it has completely disrupted your everyday routine. To say that head lice are an inconvenience is a major understatement! 

The first thing to do is remain calm and isolate until you can confirm that you do in fact have lice. You can get a professional head lice check with Fresh Heads Lice Removal to confirm this. Let’s first talk about the chances of getting lice after being exposed. 

What Are The Chances Of Getting Lice After Being Exposed?

After being exposed to lice, you want to know how long after exposure to lice do you get it? It could take a few weeks to even realize you have lice. When lice first begins, it can be very light and itching can be minimal. Then, there’s the other side where if you were simply just within the same room as someone or had a brief interaction with them without being close to their head, it’s probably safe to say you won’t get lice because lice do not jump. It’s always best to seek out a lice treatment center to confirm if you have lice or not and receive treatments there.

Lice Myths

When exposed to lice, there’s a few myths that seem to be very popular. The first one being that lice jump. Lice do not jump and can’t live on inanimate objects either. Another one is that lice can be spread through sharing hair objects. While it is a good idea to not share hair care products, lice can only be spread through head-to-head contact. Lastly, that lice can be killed with at-home remedies. Lice cannot be effectively killed through any sort of at-home concoction. The only way to effectively and safely kill all the lice and lice nits, would be to find a lice treatment clinic near you. 

Lice Removal in Orlando, FL

Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Orlando, FL also offers two other locations in Jacksonville, FL and Savannah, GA. Fresh Heads offers a simple and effective treatment using our patented AirAlle machine. This device distributes warm air onto the scalp to effectively kill the lice and lice nits without having to use any harsh chemicals. This is a proven service that only requires one treatment and a 45-day guarantee. Come make an appointment with us to see why we’re the #1 choice for local families. 

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 Long Can Lice Live Without a Host?

How Long Can Lice Live Without a Host?

There are a few different types of lice but the one that most of us are familiar with, pediculus humanus capitis, is what is more commonly referred to as head lice. These tiny critters are parasitic insects that live in the hair and on the scalp of humans. 

Head lice feed on human blood several times a day and rely on a host for survival and reproduction. The lice live close to the warm scalp to help regulate their body temperature, and they attach their eggs, called nits, to the roots of the hair. But what happens when these parasites leave the host? After all, they have to spread somehow. The answer may surprise you. 

Common Misconceptions of Lice

There are a lot of misconceptions regarding lice lifespan and the way that lice get from head-to-head. Some people think the bugs jump straight from scalp to scalp, and others insist that they reside in thrift store hats, waiting to victimize the next person that tries on the headcover. As it turns out, neither of these scenarios play out in real life. The only way for these lice to travel is through direct head-to-head contact. These parasites are extremely dependent on a host and cannot live anywhere else. That being said, if they were forced to abandon a host, how long can the head lice survive?

Lice Lifespan Without a Host

The exact answer varies depending on temperature, but the simple answer is about one day. Under everyday conditions, this time is shortened. Lice are uniquely adapted to live in the human hair, so they generally do not like leaving the environment that they have created. Nits on the other hand can live for up to 10 days host free, but once hatched, they die quickly with no host to feed off of. If you are concerned that head lice may have found a nesting spot somewhere in your home, you can rest easy. There is a low chance that the lice would ever make their way out of your hair, and an even lower chance that they would live long enough to find a new host. 

Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Orlando, FL 

Fresh Heads Lice Removal in Orlando, FL is an award-winning, science-based treatment center. Here at Fresh Heads, we provide a same-day, chemical-free head lice treatment. If you want to know more about head lice, or you are interested in booking an appointment in the Jacksonville, FL, Orlando, FL, or Savannah, GA area, click the link 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!

3 Dangers Behind Untreated Lice

3 Dangers Behind Untreated Lice

Head lice are a common problem, with millions of students bringing them home to share each year. The itching may take a while to start for some patients, but if they are removed as soon as they’re found, there is not a lot of real harm that can be done. 

For most families, lice are a major inconvenience but can be dealt with quickly if properly treated, but what would happen if the lice went unchecked? Lice can’t be that dangerous right? Well as it turns out, lice have the potential to be very dangerous. The longer the lice are in your hair, the higher the chance of developing a serious medical issue. Here are a few of the biggest dangers of untreated head lice.

Infection from Head Lice

The first and most common symptom of head lice is an itchy scalp. While this by itself is bad enough and would have any lice patient begging for treatment, it only gets worse. Once the skin is irritated, it becomes almost impossible not to scratch. This is where the real damage is done. 

Scratching will leave micro-tears in the irritated skin. These tiny cuts allow for the saliva of the head lice to enter the blood, causing cellulitis and bacterial infection. Once a case of lice has gotten to this point, action needs to be taken immediately. If left for much longer, the infection can spread to the lymph nodes and escalate the situation from uncomfortable to life-threatening. After the saliva has gotten into the bloodstream, treatment will have to involve lice removal as well as a substantial course of antibiotics. 

Anemia from Lice

Because head lice feed on the blood of humans, a chronic infestation can cause other issues such as blood loss and iron deficiency. This only occurs in the most extreme cases. Most of the time head lice are fairly harmless, but they must get treated before any real medical harm can come to the patient. 

Spread to Others

One of the biggest risks with delaying treatment for head lice is that it allows these parasites to spread to others. Once the lice fully set up camp in the hair, they begin to multiply exponentially. Just one louse can lay up to 8 eggs in a day, and they lay eggs for weeks before they die. Lice don’t live off-hair for very long, so they are always looking for a way onto someone else’s head. You can do yourself and everyone around you a favor by dealing with the issue before it has a chance to spread.

Best Lice Treatment in Orlando, FL 

Lice are not a problem that will go away with time. Here at Fresh Heads lice clinic, we provide the best lice treatment in Orlando, FL. If you want to know more about head lice, or you are interested in booking an appointment in the Jacksonville, Fl, Orlando, FL, or Savannah, GA areas select the link 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!

Could You Have Lice and Not Know it?

Could You Have Lice and Not Know it?

It may come as a surprise, but it is possible to have head lice in your hair without your knowledge. Itching is one of the main signs of lice that people are looking for if they’re suspicious. What most people don’t know is that the itching caused by these tiny parasites can take weeks to start, and in some cases, may never start at all. Most experts encourage parents to check their kids for head lice regularly, particularly during the school year. If you think that you or a family member could have lice, but you don’t know for sure, here are a few tips that could help you determine what you are dealing with.

What to Look For When Checking for Lice 

The first step in checking for head lice is knowing what to look for. Head lice are only a few millimeters across, and it can be easy to mistake them for dry skin or dandruff. When you check for head lice, remember to look for both the lice and the lice eggs in hair, called nits. The nits are laid at the base of the hair, and usually appear yellow or white. Adult lice are tiny brown parasites that are about the size of a sesame seed. If you have been noticing more dandruff than normal, you make want to take a closer look to make sure this is not actually lice eggs.

Where to Check for Head Lice

The best place to look for signs of head lice is around the nape of the neck and the ears, so check these spots thoroughly. Lice like to live in warm spots on the scalp that are not overly exposed to sunlight. They cling onto the shaft of the hair and lay their eggs close to the roots of the hair.

How to Check for Lice

The most common tool used to look for signs of lice is a fine-tooth comb. One study found that using a fine-tooth comb is 4 times more effective at detecting lice than visual inspection alone. The most effective method of combing for lice starts with separating the hair into several sections. 

Get the hair wet and add some conditioner or detangler to help the comb glide through the strands, then begin combing through the first section. If you are having trouble seeing, or the hair is dark, a flashlight can provide the necessary lighting. Remember to start at the roots and comb all the way to the ends of the hairs, keeping each section isolated. Once one section is combed, just move to the next section until the whole head has been searched.

Fresh Heads Lice Treatment in Savannah, GA

Here at Fresh Heads Lice Removal, we work hard to protect you and your family from head lice. We specialize in chemical-free head lice removal that guarantees the elimination of all lice eggs in the hair. If you or someone you know needs help fighting head lice, visit one of our clinics in Jacksonville, Fl, Orlando, FL, or Savannah, GA. 

Link to Client Site: https://freshheadsliceremoval.com/

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!