Lice Treatment in Scotch Plains, NJ


Typical post-vacation head lice outbreaks have triggered a higher demand for lice treatment in Scotch Plains, NJ.

It is not unusual for head lice cases to spike after a school vacation period. Currently, in Scotch Plains, children are seeking lice treatment for fairly developed cases of head lice. The cases being treated now are dating back 3-4 weeks minimum and possibly even further to Thanksgiving. The unfortunate effect of cases going undiagnosed for so long is that, as the problem progresses, the host becomes more “contagious” (though lice is not a disease, “contagious” in this case is meant to communicate the ease of transmission). It is at this stage of the problem that multiple family members and close friends tend to acquire live bugs from each other and spread the outbreak further.

Proper head checks, done on a regular basis, with a good quality stainless steel nit comb are the key to early detection of head lice. Keeping lice from spreading in your family and among your child’s social circle will eliminate a tremendous amount of work and frustration. If you suspect your family may be dealing with a lice problem, be sure to use a reliable treatment product that is safe and non-toxic. At this time, not only are OTC pesticide products toxic, they are also more and more ineffective as lice continue to build resistance to them. If you are looking for a reliable product or lice treatment in the Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Garwood, Cranford, Westfield, Springfield, Clark, Warren or other areas in and around Union, Essex, Middlesex, Warren or Somerset County, contact NJ Lice Lady today for assistance. With pricing a minimum of half what other services charge and a warm, welcoming office in which you can relax, there is no one who can compete with the level of service I provide. Call or text today to schedule a head check or treatment: (908)548-4480 or email: njlicelady@gmail.com

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