There’s nothing that makes an already crazy life crazier than an outbreak of head lice. Between work, school, and a full schedule of sports and activities, who has time to deal with an infestation?

If you’re like most parents, you’re searching the Internet for lice treatments that work, and it seems that everyone has an opinion or a “miracle solution.” Do you go with the over-the-counter lice shampoos, even though they’re full of dangerous pesticides, or do you try the “natural” route and opt for mayonnaise or olive oil?

The good news is you no longer have to decide between “dangerous and ineffective” or “messy and ineffective.” With Lice Troopers, you get safe, fast and 100% guaranteed effective.

After more than two decades removing lice, we’ve learned quite a few things about this parasite. For one, lice aren’t mysterious creatures that morph and magically invade a home or classroom. They are actually very simple insects—about the size of a sesame seed. They don’t fly or jump because they don’t have the physiology to make it happen. That means if they’re going to move around, or transfer from one head to another, they’re going to crawl.

The spread of the parasite can happen when one head touches the head or hair of an infested person, or when personal belongings are shared. A hairbrush or a hat, for example, can be a vehicle for moving a louse bug from one head to another. Thus, minimizing the sharing of personal items can help keep outbreaks at bay.

But what is the best way to treat this bug if it invades your household? As we said, lice are simple creatures. But they are also fiercely resilient and the overuse of pesticides in recent decades has only increased their resistance to the very chemicals designed to treat them. That means scientists work to develop harsher chemicals and the bugs get stronger in response. This is bad news for parents who then apply these solutions to the heads of their young children. In the end, the pesticide treatments are rarely able to actually kill off the bugs and their nits.

Then what works? At Lice Troopers, we’ve found a better way. We’ve given up on trying to kill these bugs because we believe the chemicals required to do so are far too harsh for humans. Instead we take a very basic, but effective approach: we remove them. While removing each bug and nit is not easy, our experts are trained and diligent in their task. They meticulously comb through and inspect the hair, making sure not even one louse or nit is left behind.

Getting rid of a lice infestation doesn’t have to be a nightmare. One trip to our clinic, or a house call, gets you and your family lice free in record time. Best of all? Only one treatment is needed and our services are guaranteed effective.

If you suspect you have been exposed to lice, don’t waste time in setting up an appointment for an pesticide free removal treatment. 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 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, 2109 Le Jeune Rd., Coral Gables, FL 33134

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