Published on October 27, 2017
If you’ve struggled with an infestation, you know you want to never get lice again. But is there any way to ensure you will stay bug free? Or is this an unavoidable condition?
First, if you have had an infestation in the past, it doesn’t necessarily make you any more susceptible to one in the future. However, many people suffer repeat infestations when the problem is not treated properly the first time. This is much like a relapse with a cold or the flu—if the intruder is not fully eradicated, it can just keep coming back.
Thus, if you currently have an infestation, the most important thing you can do is get treated with a method that is guaranteed. Many people will search the drugstore aisles for some harsh pesticide treatment, thinking that the stronger the chemical, the more likely it will be to take care of the issue. Unfortunately, this is a myth. These bugs and their nits are resilient—even to some of the most toxic chemicals on the market. So the over-the-counter solution isn’t always the safest, fastest or most effective. The last thing you want is to expose yourself to harsh pesticides only to have the bugs keep coming back stronger and stronger.
Others will seek out the home “remedies”—anything from olive oil to mayonnaise to essential oils. Again, if this pest can stand up to pesticides, it can certainly survive mayonnaise. These methods, while well-intentioned, are often little more than old wives’ tales. They’re also time consuming and messy.
To make sure you don’t have to deal with endless repeat cases of the head louse parasite, make sure the job is done right the first time. That means an all-natural treatment such as the one Lice Troopers provides; one that is safe, fast and guaranteed effective. The best way to ensure you don’t get lice again is to make sure the infestation is taken care of the first time.
Once the problem is handled, we help you learn how to avoid it in the future, teaching you the prevention tips that keep you and your family lice free.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment, house call or school consultation, please visit our website at: www.LiceTroopers.com or call 1-800-403-LICE.
We now have two Miami treatment center locations 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