While school is winding down and you are preparing your kids for summer the last thing you are thinking about is: head lice.
Summer is such an exciting time of year. As parents we make sure our children have summer clothes that fit, bathing suits, bug spray and sunscreen, but we never think about lice. Lice are an all year problem but more prevalent in the summer because we are all so much more social during the warmer months. Michele Barrack the owner of Lice Lifters franchising company knows there are ways to prevent those creepy crawlers from ruining your summer.
Children are just more active in the summer; there are more play dates, sleep overs, day camps, and overnight camps. Michele Barrack, the owner of 2 of the 14 Lice Lifters around the country, feels the best way to keep lice away before the summer is to get a lice head check, pull hair back in a tight bun or ponytail and to spray Lice Lifters Mint Spray on the hair every day. Head lice do not like the smell of mint; Lice Lifters Mint Spray is also a detangler.
It is important to get a pre-camp head check. There is still a stigma about head lice. You do not want other children teasing or pointing at your child. Also, the cost of lice treatment at camp is twice sometimes three times more than treating at Lice Lifters Head Lice Treatment Centers.
Lice do not go away by doing nothing, chlorine does not kill lice, Lice Lifters kills lice 100% of the time. Lice spread easily at camp. Head to head contact is the number one way of spreading head lice. We also know that our kiddos are not the cleanest at camp; they share towels, combs and brushes. So don’t be blindsided with head lice this summer – get your pre-camp head check at the closest Lice Lifters Treatment Center. In addition, make sure each child has their own Lice Lifters Mint Spray in their camp bag.
For more information on about Lice Lifters Treatment or Franchise Opportunities please contact https://www.licelifters.com
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