All Natural Lice Removal Service   203-702-3379

Lice Science:

Head lice cross all socioeconomic boundaries. If you have hair, you can get lice.

Head lice is second to the common cold in childhood ailments.

Head lice is one of highest reasons children miss school.

Head lice thrive equally in warm and cold climates.

Symptoms of Lice include:

Itchy scalp (sometimes... because 70% of people with lice DO NOT itch)

small bumps or sores on the back of your child's neck and scalp.

Head Lice can be a real nuisance, but have not been shown to spread disease.

There are between 8-12 million cases of head lice reported each year in the United States.

Head lice is extremely contagious. It is highly recommended if 1 child has it, everyone in the household should be checked.

95% of head lice is contracted by head to head contact.

Recent studies have shown the Lice have become highly resistant to chemical treatments. This highly resistant strain has been found right here in Ct. Its being called "Super-Lice".

FACT: most people have had lice 2-3 weeks before ever knowing or seeing a sign of it.

The Facts of Lice


Teach your child to avoid sharing things such as: hair brushes, head phones, hats, combs, scarfs, towels, helmets, etc.

Make sure your child hangs coat up on an individual hook, instead of throwing into a pile with other classmates' clothing. We also recommend putting the jacket in backpack if possible.

Long hair should be worn back or up every day. "A pony tail is good, a braid is better, but a bun is the best."  All hair up off the neck and shoulders. This can reduce your risk of getting LICE by 80%.

Regularly clean things that your child's head has had direct contact with, such as car seats, pillows, head phones etc.

All Natural Lice Removal Service/The Lice lady of Ct 

Our Promise

You will leave our Salon 100% LICE FREE, feeling clean, fresh, relieved,

prepared, knowledgeable and confident. You may return to work or school immediately.  Call today.

All Natural Lice Removal Service,  Lice Treatment

Life Cycle

 An adult louse is about the size of a sesame seed, has six legs, Is usually clear, almost invisible to our eye, until it feeds, then it can appear as a tan, grayish-clear, or even sometimes appear black in color.  It cannot jump or fly.  The female can lay several eggs a day. Eggs are called nits. Nits can vary in color, sometimes appearing whitish-gray, or even black. Nits are hardest to spot on strawberry blonde, or brown/blonde or gray hair. They can be easily missed on a "dry check".  An adult louse can live approximately 1 month.

Adult Lice need to feed on blood several times daily.  Without blood meals, the louse will die within 2 days off the human host.

When the eggs hatches it releases a nymph. It looks like the adult, but is about the size of a pin head.

Located in Brookfield CT