Professional Lice Removal

  • Guaranteed
  • Affordable
  • Controlled
  • Certified
  • Comprehensive
  • Natural
  • Safe
  • Non-Toxic
  • Sanitary
  • Back-to-School Same Day

Our LICE service includes the Shepherd Method strand-by-strand technique. We are accredited by the Lice Solution Network, a nationally trusted program created to regulate and train medical staff in professional lice removal.

  • Service includes full strand-by-strand treatment, and 2 follow-ups.
  • SMART Lice Removal product kits also sold a la carte without service. Tutorial included.
  • Guaranteed included with on-site service. Guaranteed does not include SMART take home product kits.
Services
1st hour for full treatment & 2 follow-up-rechecks $ 69.00
Boys and Men with short hair $ 69.00
Each consecutive hour $ 60.00
Follow-up-recheck (for any needed beyond the 2 included in initial treatment) $ 10.00
Foster Child (flat rate) $ 120.00
Head check $ 10.00
Terminator comb (one per household needed) $ 15.00
Special Services After Hours
After Hours service. By appointment only 1st hour for full treatment & 2 follow-up-rechecks $ 89.00
Boys and Men with short hair $ 89.00
Each consecutive hour $ 60.00
Follow-up-recheck (for any needed beyond the 2 included in initial treatment) $ 20.00
Foster Child (flat rate) $ 140.00
Head check $ 15.00
Terminator comb (one per household needed) $ 15.00
Do it Yourself Kit
Nit removal hair spray 4oz $ 55.00
Mint spray 8oz
Terminator comb
Camp Prevention Kit
Nit Free shampoo 8oz $ 19.00
Mint spray 4oz
Same day delivery (Conroe & Woodlands area)
Orders must be placed before 1:00 pm
$ 15.00

Other products sold separately

Having head lice is no worse than having the flu or any other viral or bacterial infection. In fact lice are not contagious as other minor illnesses are. Head lice usually don’t cause any serious disease. Lice can’t jump or fly, the most common way to spread lice form one human to another is from head to head contact. Spotting a live louse or nymph (a young louse) is often the only sign of an infestation. Seeing nits alone doesn’t confirm an infestation. In many children, head lice don’t cause any discomfort. When symptoms do happen, the most common problem is itching, this only happens to 50% of the people that get head lice and its due to an allergic reaction to the bug bite. Head lice will not go away on their own. If you suspect your child has an infestation, call your doctor to confirm the diagnosis.

Be a good person: Notify your child’s day care or school so other students can be checked. Examine all other members of the household for signs of lice. Finally, treat everyone who’s infected at the same time. You can find lice killing treatments over the counter. They are made from extracts of chrysanthemums or a synthetic version that is similar. They are considered safe, but they may not be recommended for young children. SOMETIMES LICE ARE RESISTANT to these. Head lice are not a scourge of the lower classes, nor a sign of poor hygiene. They affect children across all levels of income, social class, and cleanliness. The bugs can survive underwater for up to 6 hours, so kids who bathe regularly are just as vulnerable. The good news is lice don’t carry diseases.

Lice Myths: True or False?

Hair brushes spread lice. FALSE

Harvard experts claim tumbling, playing and hugging are the most likely channels for spreading lice. (Hair to skin, or hair to hair contact.)

Dirty kids spread lice? FALSE

Lice has no preference for dirty or clean hair. Washing hair excessively will not prevent or treat lice.

Do pets spread lice? FALSE

Head lice only like human blood, and survive only in human hair.

Cleaning your house will get rid of lice. FALSE

Lice cannot survive more than 1 day without human blood. Lice lives on your scalp, not on object in your house.

Lice can be suffocated with olive oil or Vaseline. FALSE

Lice are extremely hard to suffocate. There are no studies to suggest this technique is effective.

Shaving your child’s head is the best way to get rid of lice. FALSE

Shaving may get rid of lice eggs, but will not solve the problem of the live parasites.

Insecticide shampoos can be toxic. TRUE

Experts recommend treating lice with FDA approved treatments containing pyrethrin. If needed, a prescription shampoo containing either malathion or lindane may be prescribed. Make sure to use an FDA approved insecticide shampoo like Lice Logic, which is proven to be less toxic than many other over the counter alternatives.

Xpress Care Clinic staff have been professionally trained, and are part of the Lice Logic Solutions Resource Network, Inc. The Shepherd Method that we use is proven and guaranteed. For more information about this method, please visit www.licesolutions.org.