The reports are in: a stronger, more resistant form of head lice has made its way around the country, now showing up in 25 U.S. states. This bug, stronger than the lice that have gone before it is infiltrating schools, summer camps and sports teams. And naturally, this has parents in panic wondering, how do we get rid of super lice?


First, it helps to understand a little about this louse and what makes it “super.” Super lice are regular lice that, over the course of years, have become resistant to the chemicals that were intended to kill them. In much the same way that the overuse of antibiotics has led to stronger and more resistant bacteria, overuse and repeat application of anti-lice shampoos and pesticides has led to resistant bugs and nits.


As expected, the news has parents and school administrators worried. How should they attempt to kill a bug that’s resistant to all the chemicals? Are their kids doomed to a life of persistent lice infestations?


Certainly not. Lice Troopers has the simple answer: don’t kill it! That doesn’t mean we’re not interested in getting rid of it—that’s our mission. What we know is that killing a bug this strong requires pesticides that no parent should want to put on their kid’s head. Decades of experience have shown us that there’s actually a better way. And not only is our solution pesticide free and completely safe, it’s more effective than any over-the-counter chemical treatment—guaranteed.


The method we rely on when treating super lice is no different from our approach to traditional lice. Patience, time and a meticulous approach is what gets our clients lice free. Relying on our specially designed metal lice combs and the expertise of our trained lice technicians, we comb through the hair section by section, removing every single lice and nit. No chemicals or pesticides required. It’s that simple.


If you think that you or a member of your household may have been exposed to super lice, don’t delay in getting checked today. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, house call, school or camp consultation, please visit our website at: or call 1-800-403-LICE.


Our four Miami treatment center locations are here to serve you:


Bay Harbor Lice Treatment Center, 1005 Kane Concourse, Suite 212, Bay Harbor Island, FL 33154


Coral Gables Lice Treatment Clinic, 2100 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Coral Gables, FL 33154


Hollywood Treatment Center, 5735 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, FL 33021


Kendall Treatment Center, 13027 SW 88th St, Miami, FL 33186