LaShane - Main Doctor
This is where I come in at :) I've been a professional Lice Technician for 2 years and hold a license as a CNA, an MA. I hold a Bachelors of Science in Psychology and currently in school completing a Masters degree in Healthcare Administration. With my education and personaI experience, I decided to professionally become a Lice Technician. Across the board I've noticed that there is a stigma and misconception surrounding lice in general. Families are embarrassed, ashamed, and even confused as to how they could have gotten it.
According to the CDC there is an estimate of 6 million to 12 million children between the ages of 3-11 that become infested with lice per year. These are huge numbers per year so when I decided to do this professionally I wanted to do something different from what is out on the market. I wanted a treatment that was natural, guaranteed to eradicate an infestation, and the whole family can rest assured that once I leave they can feel confident that they can get back to their lives and not be inconvenienced.
With years in the making, I've come to the realization that none of the treatments on the market cannot guarantee full eradication without harmful chemicals, and damage to hair/scalp.
More About No Nits Lice Removal LLC
My treatment and process has been shown the likelihood of a recurrence is low if not impossible. I provide effective treatment, convenience and education to inform families and empower them. This isn't a "Snake Oil" gimmick or some way to " Have you keep coming back" I want to make sure that every family is confident and able to tackle an infestation and not be ashamed. I am a Mom of 5 precious children, a loving husband. I do this for my children and the children and families that find themselves in this position.
Common Myths & Facts About Life
People that have lice are dirty.
This is the farthest thing from the truth. Anyone can get head lice.Read More
Animals can also carry lice.
Head lice do not live on pets. Pets do not play a role in the spread of head lice.Read More
Lice are only attracted to fine hair.
NO! Lice does not discriminate. Anyone can have an infestation..Read More
Lice are just like fleas, but on the hair and scalp.
Beside the hair and scalp, the head louse can be found on multiple parts of the human body.Read More
Using someone's brush can transmit lice.
Head lice and thier egges (nits) soon perish if seperated from their human host.Read More
Servicing The Following Counties
- Indian River
- St. Lucie
- Palm Beach
- North East Collier
- North East Desoto