ERADICATE LICE INUNDER AN HOUR
NATURAL LICE PRODUCTS
If you want a natural solution for getting rid of head lice, our non-toxic head lice products are the best option on the market. We also offer an effective head lice prevention spray to keep lice from spreading to your family in the first place. All Pediatric Hair Solutions products have been clinically tested and contain no harmful chemicals.
NATURAL HEAD LICE PRODUCTS
HEAD LICE PREVENTION PRODUCTS
HAIR CARE PRODUCTS
We live in Virginia but my cousin recommended the complete lice treatment kit. I tried the drugstore stuff when I found the first bug and used the included plastic comb and didn’t get much out. When the PHS stuff arrived I did a treatment using the products and included instructions and the difference was incredible! I got bugs and eggs! I did another treatment a few days later and we were finally clear. If this happens again I know what to use!
We live in Texas but I am so thankful I was able to order Pediatric Hair Solutions treatment and prevention products online and have them shipped to me. What’s even better is that it’s ALL non toxic AND it works! My girls also love the Goomee marbles hair tie and their peppermint prevention spray smells so good! Glad we have them as a resource for when we run into a lice problem.
Product development disclosures: All of our solutions have been clinically tested and approved by our Medical director, John Fassler MD. A clinical research study conducted by Pediatric Hair Solutions on 268 clients demonstrating the effectiveness of our treatment protocols was presented in February 2012 at the St. Jude’s Infectious Disease Research Conference (abstract #201221). We have proven success in our treatment protocol and have reviewed our protocol and instruction material with renowned entomologists to ensure we are providing the best treatments available.
Head lice is most commonly spread by direct contact with the head or hair of an infested person. The adult louse can survive for 1-2 days without feeding on the scalp; therefore lice can be found on objects that have been in contact with an infested person.