Schools & Camps Head Lice Checks and Schools & Camps Head Lice Removal Services
We at My Hair Helpers have a unique, highly successful program where our highly trained head lice technicians perform school and camp head lice screenings and provide school and camp head lice removal services all within the same visit to your school and or camp. This “one stop shopping” service is highly effective, convenient and efficient. Parents can simply call in their credit card card info to the school and avoid taking time off work or making appointments at salons and thus also avoiding the time the appointment takes and the round trip drive time.
This program is highly successful in keeping school and camp lice outbreaks to a minimum. Our expert head lice tecnicians check hair and remove head lice (often called hair lice) discreetly at the school or camp premises in a private room designated by the administation. A great benefit of this program is that it is highly effective in preventing head lice re-infestation as all the students are screened and treated at the same time.
We recommend checking students 3 times a year, in the Fall, Winter Break, and in the Spring Break.
We can also talk with parents and educate them how to keep their children and families lice free. We also make available our home head lice treatment kits which can be purchased at the time of treatment and sent home with the students. Our proprietary natural, non-toxic head lice products are the very best available.
My Hair Helpers genuinely cares for all of our clients. We are proud to have worked with, and partnerd with the following schools:
Child’s World Encino
Crane Country Day School
Everest Charter School
New Roads School
St. Anastasia Catholic School
Turning Point School
New Roads School
Yavneh Hebrew Academy
Catholic School Inglewood
Lice Free Forever helps Everest Value school become Lice Free!
These are pictures of the “sea orphans “ they are beings raised in orphanages in the Philippines.
Lice Free Forever visits Mexico to educate and bring products to the poverty stricken areas where lice is an epidemic.
Head lice are tiny six legged insects that are blood sucking parasites.They live on the scalp of humans.
The evidence for head lice goes back many centuries. Lice was named as the third plague in the Old Testament of the Bible. The shell casings for lice have been found on Egyptian mummies.
In the majority of cases, head lice is passed with head to head contact. A smaller number of cases are passed through brushes and combs and sharing hats. Lice don’t like to leave their food supply unless a warm head is waiting for them.
Head lice actually prefer clean hair! It’s more difficult for them to lay eggs on greasy or dirty hair.