Connecticut

Lice Treatment & Lice Removal in Connecticut

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The Lice Treatment Center® provides services across the state of Connecticut, offering 24/7 head lice treatment and head lice removal and a line of natural, head lice prevention and removal products. The company’s presence is particularly strong in Fairfield County, which includes Cos Cob, Darien, Easton, Fairfield, Greenwich, Monroe (Headquarters), New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Trumbull, Weston, Westport, Wilton, and surrounding areas. Lice treatment services are also active in New Haven and Hartford and their surrounding communities. The company offers go-to service, any time of day, for screenings and/or professional lice and nit (lice egg) removal in homes, at schools, in camps, and other venues.

The main question is:  How do you treat lice? Lice Treatment Center has developed a treatment protocol – a cure for lice – using lice hair products, such as lice shampoo, and other formulations of natural lice treatments. These work for head lice removal and ongoing head lice treatment and prevention. The products are far more effective than at-home lice remedies (such as the olive oil head lice treatment) or prescription lice treatments that families often attempt. Current scientists have concerns about lice removal products that contain insecticides.

How do you naturally get rid of lice? LTC addressed this by developing safer lice products (minus insecticides) – a natural approach to head lice removal and prevention.

Over the last decades, “super lice” have emerged that are genetically resistant to many lice products on the market. Jolis Cheveux™ by LTC products were formulated in-house as an alternative and are some of the best head lice treatments on the market. Lice Treatment Center also offers products that help repel lice, such as head lice fabric spray, that can be applied to furniture, fabrics, carpets, and clothing in the home. Lice cannot live for more than 24 hours without a human host.

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