The Best Lice Removal Treatments
Are you concerned that your child may have lice? The truth of the matter is that many kids can transport and spread lice easily within schools, sports teams, and other group settings. Luckily for you, Brat Pack Children’s Hair Salon is here to help. We have partnered with the Lice Clinics of America to aid in urgent lice removal from your child’s head. We offer three different, but all effective methods for treating head lice. Get more information on services and prices at our brand new lice clinic site liceclinicsbellevue.com.
AIRALLE® Signature “ONE and DONE” Lice Treatment:
The most thorough head lice treatment currently available. The AirAllé™ is an FDA-cleared medical device that uses dry, warm air to kill lice eggs. It is the only treatment option that kills lice eggs prior to removal, and therefore requires no follow up whatsoever. We begin with a 30-Minute AirAllé™ Treatment that is performed by a Certified AirAllé™ Operator, then we do a professional comb out to remove remnants of dead lice and nits, followed by an application of our Active Rinse, a non-toxic silicone lice suffocating solution. If all siblings, parents, caregivers or others living in the household are head-checked by a Lice Clinic Technician you will enjoy our 100% lice free guarantee. Treatment includes A Free Kids Haircut. Family Discounts Available.
This option gives you a combination of the best of both worlds when it comes to lice treatments. You receive a professional lice removal treatment with the AirAlle machine at the salon, and will take the comb and the lice shampoo home with you to finish out the rest of the treatment yourself.
If you prefer to save a few bucks and treat your child’s lice issue at home, that is also an option. Stop by the Brat Pack to purchase our topical lice shampoo and a professional lice comb to dispose of those pests yourself. Note that removing the lice yourself will take much longer than having it done professionally. You can expect your lice to be completely removed by day 10 of treatment.