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Why LiceDoctors?

  • LiceDoctors makes house calls
  • Over 450,000 clients treated
  • Pricing lower than salons
  • Covered by FSA/HSAs
  • Medical doctor on staff
  • 30 day guarantee
  • Chemical-free protocols
  • A+ rating with the BBB
  • Available 365 days and nights
  • Totally confidential

Are you a Union and Somerset Counties area resident dealing with a lice problem?

Simply call or schedule an appointment with LiceDoctors and we will dispatch an expert lice technician to your home. Our Union and Somerset Counties lice treatment service uses an all natural treatment that will leave you lice-free.

We are the most experienced and cost-effective lice removal service in the area; we have treated hundreds of thousands of clients over 20 years. LiceDoctors operates under the guidance of a board-certified, on-staff medical doctor and we back our service with a full guarantee! Let's get an expert lice technician to your house today to treat you in absolute privacy.

Why Choose Us in Union and Somerset Counties?

Mobile lice treatment is available to residents of Union and Somerset Counties by calling LiceDoctors at 908-574-0196. Pesky head lice are prevalent in Union and Somerset and technicians bring everything right to your door that they need to treat your family. The convenient service is all-natural so you don’t have to worry about any long term effects of the protocol and it comes with a 30-day guarantee. 

LiceDoctors has been treating families for more than 20 years and has an unequalled success rate of 99.6%. The unparalleled service has been provided to more than 500,000 lice-free clients in that time. 

Chemical over-the-counter and prescription lice treatments are losing their effectiveness. Not only will you spend your precious time and money obtaining and performing these treatments yourself, you will likely not be successful in eradicating a case of head lice, especially if you have “super lice”, which are so common today. Technicians’ non-toxic treatment protocols get to the heart of an infestation and break down the entire life cycle of the bug, naturally. 

The treatments that technicians use will never lose their effectiveness, as they always include manual extraction of lice and nits, so you can always rely on the service provided. You will be lice-free by the time your technician leaves and your children can return to school the next day—guaranteed!

Nothing beats the convenience of a home-visit. You probably have a million things on your to-do list, just from your everyday life, and you don’t need to add a trip to a lice clinic to that list.  We come to you to make your lice treatment process seamless and easy for you and your children. After your treatment, your technician will provide you with our physician-developed aftercare plan that promises to prevent a recurrence of the lice and eliminates the need to add housework and laundry to that to-do list!  Appointments are available the same day you call – even on holidays and weekends! 

Pricing in Union and Somerset Counties

LiceDoctors makes house calls!

  • Convenient in-home service is $199 for the first hour and $150/hour after the first hour, which is prorated in quarterly segments.
  • Travel of up to 50 miles from the technician’s home to your home is included in the price.
  • While additional treatment time may be required for larger families or major infestations, most families of 4 can be treated in just 2.5-3 hours.
  • Flex Spending and Health Savings Accounts can be used to pay for treatment
  • With LiceDoctors – you only pay for the time you need!

https://www.licedoctors.com/pricing-for-lice-treatment.html

Union and Somerset Counties FAQs:

MY CHILD’S BEST FRIEND HAS LICE. WHAT DO I DO?
Head lice is a common occurrence in school-aged children in Union and Somerset counties, as all over New Jersey, so it’s not surprising that your child has a friend with head lice. If the child’s parents are not aware, we recommend you contact them. They need to check and treat their child and any siblings to prevent the infestation from getting any worse. If you haven’t already, check your child and your family for head lice as well. Early detection will prevent your case of head lice from getting worse, as well. For more helpful information check out this blog “What Do I Do When My Child’s Friends Have Head Lice?” https://www.licedoctors.com/blog/what-do-i-do-when-my-childs-friends-have-head-lice.html    
MY CHILD HAS LICE BUT WHAT ARE THOSE RED BUMPS I SEE ON HER NECK?
Scratching head lice bites, like mosquito bites, may cause them to become inflamed. This can be very annoying and the itchiness is actually an allergy to the saliva that the louse secretes when feeding.
CAN YOU GET HEAD LICE FROM A CAR, BUS, OR TRAIN?
While chances are low that this will happen, it is possible. We recommend when traveling or out and about in Union and Somerset counties, keep your hair tied up in a bun, ponytail, or braid. This will minimize potential contact area (strands of hair) and prevent a louse from grabbing on. Since head lice are spread from direct head-to-head contact, be careful with carpools and check your child when he or she leaves the car.

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Client Testimonials

  • "I have been phobic of bugs my whole life. As a child, I didn't like visiting my grandparents' home in the country because there were so many bugs outside. When I first felt itchy, I immediately went into denial mode. I thought it must be mosquito bites. Then I saw my kids scratching their heads and I realized that we likely had lice. I was so freaked out that I could not even look in their heads; I screamed for my husband. He saw bugs, and called our pediatrician who referred us to LiceDoctors. Your tech came and step-by-step eliminated the bugs and their horrible eggs. When I say you saved me, that is not giving you enough credit! Thank you." Teresa L. in Bridgewater, New Jersey

  • "I just want to let you know that your tech, Carol, did a wonderful job. She was professional all the way...an excellent representative of your business. No more lice or nits!" Tricia in Scotch Plains, NJ

  • "I had the whole family coming to my house Saturday night to celebrate my dad's 70th birthday when I discovered lice in my kids' heads. I found the lice Friday night and I was already running around like a crazy person trying to get ready for the party. I did not know whether to call and cancel but my dad was so excited that I did not want to disappoint him. I called LiceDoctors and explained the situation to you and you assured me that the lice in the house would be dead before the party and that you could get somebody to my home within an hour of my call. Your wonderful technician, Kim, who is our angel came and performed her magic. We were all lice free and the party was terrific. By the way it has been a month and nobody from the party got head lice and we are all clear." Sandy T. in Summit, New Jersey

  • "I did not even know that a service like yours existed, but I wish I did before I wasted hundreds of dollars on junk that did not work. In desperation I googled lice removal and alas your website came up. It felt like a miracle to me when I saw the site and I called and spoke to Natasha who was extremely knowledgeable and helpful. She dispatched Kelly to our home and finally we have no more lice in our hair. Kelly was terrific and the follow-up plan was painless. I have told all of my friends about you so they don't have to suffer the way we did!" Lara W. in Westfield, NJ

Lice Tips

My Child's Friend Has Lice What Should I Do?

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Updated By Tierna Moser A client, Sandy, called us in a bit of a panic – her main concern was that her daughter’s friend has lice, what should she do? She went on to explain that she had hosted a slumber party for her daughter and 5 of her friends the night before. After such a pleasant evening, she was faced with an uncomfortable situation: How to tell your friend they have lice.

School Policy

Union County and Somerset County School Lice Policy

The New Jersey Department of Health advocates that children with nits should be allowed to remain in school and that “no nit” policies should be discouraged. Despite this, some districts in New Jersey continue to maintain “no nit” policies in an effort to discourage the spread of head lice within the school.

The Lice Treatment Process

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Getting rid of head lice does not have to be a stressful experience. Let LiceDoctors take the burden off of you with our chemical-free, safe, effective, and fully guaranteed lice treatment service. We have successfully treated thousands of families and we can help you today!

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