Service offered in Metro Atlanta, Raleigh, Durham , Chapel Hill
Helping Hands Head Lice Removal is a team of trained professionals that perform Head Lice and Nit removal service in the comfort of your home.
We are here to save your sanity one louse at a time.
Approved for Flex Spending & HSA Accounts
To Be Head Lice Free !
At Helping Hands Lice Removal, we focus on giving you peace of mind. Our professional and friendly staff is waiting to help.
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- Flat rate treatment price, we want you to know exactly what you will be paying up front.
- You are not required to buy any additional products.
- Safe and Secure, a background check is required for all our head lice techs.
- Pediatrician & School Endorsed / Parent Approved
- All Natural Enzyme-Based Products to remove head lice and nits, not harmful chemicals and pesticides found in over the counter lice removal shampoos.
- Day and Evening Appointments / 7 Days a Week
- Get your child back to school and yourself back to work lice and nit free.
- Advice on home cleaning and how to rid your home of head lice and prevent re infestation.
- Answer any concerns or questions you my have on the process of head lice and nit removal or the products we use for our treatment service.
- 100 % Guarantee , you will be head lice and nit free.
What is Nit and What is a Live Louse?
- Nits (the eggs of the head louse) are small yellowish-brown, oval-shaped eggs that are glued to the side of a hair shaft at an angle.
- Nits must be laid by live lice. You cannot catch nits.
- Once laid, it takes 7-10 days for a nit to hatch, another 7-10 days for the female to mature and begin laying her own eggs.
- Head lice are clear in color when hatched, and then quickly develop a reddish-brown color after feeding.
- Head lice are about the size of sesame seeds.
- Head lice have six legs equipped with claws to grasp the hair.
- Head lice are crawling insects. They cannot, hop, jump or fly.
- Head lice do not live on pets.
- Head lice are small, wingless insects which feed on human blood. They need human blood in order to survive.
- Head lice live for approximately 30 days on a host and a female louse may lay up too 100 nits (eggs).
- Head lice cannot live without a human host. In most cases, a head louse will not survive for more than 24-36 hours off of its host.
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