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WHAT IS THE BEST STRATEGY FOR KILLING LIVE LICE BUGS?

WHAT IS THE BEST STRATEGY FOR KILLING LIVE LICE BUGS?
Updated on 
January 12, 2019

LiceDoctors Technician treating with oilYou are looking at it. That is right. You may read about different options on the Internet, but no one out there has treated as many heads as LiceDoctors.

The best way to kill lice is to smother them with a viscous oil. The best way to remove nits (lice eggs) is to physically extract them from the hair. This system is not only the most effective, it is also the only one with no potential for side effects. Peter, a dad in Plano, contacted us recently to say that he had tried a variety of lice shampoos, none of which worked. Then he tried a prescription which he said “cost a fortune” and he was still finding lice in the hair.

What to do? We advised him he had made the right choice when he found LiceDoctors. These other treatments were just not working! While you may read somewhere that treatment oils do not always work, we would happily take on any detractor in a debate. The key to success is that after applying oil, you must comb out and/or hand pick all remaining eggs. Then you need a simple but well-timed after care plan to ensure that even the microscopic eggs are gone.

Our track record of 400,000 successfully treated people speaks for itself. We are not doing some theoretical analysis, we are out in the homes of families every day. Our technicians are the ones who apply the oil and comb through the hair and pull out the dead lice and loosened nits. We are the ones who are so confident about the efficacy of your treatment that we offer a full guarantee that it works. Give us a chance to eradicate your lice. You will be so relieved that you did. To maximize your convenience and privacy your technician will come to you (in an unmarked car). Don't get desperate and try some cockamamie treatment options, call LiceDoctors today at 214-382-9727 and get relief from this annoying, and resistant infestation!

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