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Karen Sokoloff

Karen Sokoloff
Karen Sokoloff

Karen Sokoloff is a co-owner of LiceDoctors. She has been in the lice treatment field for 20 years. Karen has also given many presentations on the subject of lice treatment protocols to medical and school professionals as well as to parents and children and has extensive field experience successfully treating families. She is an outspoken advocate of chemical-free lice treatment and has written extensively on the benefits of pesticide-free lice removal.

Before joining the lice treatment profession, Karen had a career in marketing consulting. When the opportunity arose to join Wendy in a lice treatment endeavor, she knew this was a way to help people and build her own business. She is highly committed to LiceDoctors and is grateful for this opportunity.

Karen is married and is the mother of three adult children. She is proud to be the owner of a company that has helped so many families safely and effectively. She is pleased to own a lice treatment service that maximizes clients’ comfort and privacy by providing in-home lice treatments.




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LISTERINE LICE TREATMENT: DOES LISTERINE KILL LICE?
Updated on 
June 22, 2022

LISTERINE LICE TREATMENT: DOES LISTERINE KILL LICE?

Let's learn about the method of using Listerine to kill lice. Before dumping Listerine on your family’s scalps, it’s important to consider the facts.

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HOW LONG CAN LICE LIVE ON COUCH, FURNITURE, AND CARPETS?
Updated on 
June 3, 2022

HOW LONG CAN LICE LIVE ON COUCH, FURNITURE, AND CARPETS?

For many years, a normal part of treating lice included cleaning the house. We will tell you about how long can lice live in your house in this new post!

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Cold Weather and Lice Explained: How to Avoid Lice in Winter
Updated on 
April 29, 2022

Cold Weather and Lice Explained: How to Avoid Lice in Winter

When are lice season? We receive this question often as it is a long-held belief that lice are dormant during the winter months. This, however, is untrue.

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