"Spring Break" From Head Lice

Hair Fairies Gives FREE Lice Screenings on April 16

Apr 04, 2012, 10:04 ET from Hair Fairies

LOS ANGELES, April 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Hair Fairies national salons, dedicated to head lice removal are the safe solution for frantic families and will offer free screenings in all salons on April 16. With spring, more children are outdoors in team sports, a key breeding ground for spikes in head lice. Hair Fairies salons in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York City and Fairfield, Conn., use only proprietary natural, non-toxic lice products are based on botanical ingredients. Hair Fairies evaluates early lice detection (free on April 16) and, if needed, in-salon professionals will treat and eliminate lice at reasonable costs with a 100 percent guarantee of success.

Hair Fairies has a high success rate with treating lice effectively because they have a three-step process proven over more than a decade. They evaluate the stage of infestation, physically "nit-pick" the active lice and eggs from the head and provide treatment to condition the scalp and discourage immediate re-infestation. This is done based on scientific research and with shampoos, combs and rinses developed and produced to USDA organic certification in the company's laboratory in Riverside, Calif. Hair Fairies is in its second decade of success with clients.

"Spring coming early to many parts of the country also puts kids in nature earlier and head lice are ready to pounce," said Maria Botham, CEO of Hair Fairies. "Parents are amazed that we manually examine the scalp and remove the pests one-by-one by hand. Very few moms or dads have the patience or practice to do the thorough, safe lice removal that we do."

The company's trained lice removal professionals treat clients in efficient sessions of one to three hours, depending upon the client's condition. This eliminates parents' guess work that usually relies upon over-the-counter shampoos that may be unnecessarily harsh and not effective.

For parents who want to treat their children or themselves at home, Hair Fairies provides its lice products and instructions, including a "How To" video, purchased online.

Most insurance companies approve partial payment of Hair Fairies treatments that also qualify for Flexible Spending Accounts, a validation of the treatments' success. More information about Hair Fairies, including its at-home lice treatment program, is available at www.hairfairies.com.

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