The battle against head lice has gotten more difficult in recent years as head lice have become immune to the chemical pesticides in the most popular lice products. The most recent study found that so-called “Super Lice” comprise 98 percent of head lice in most states. The pesticides used in lice products have also been linked to developmental and behavioral problems in children.
“I’m excited to bring this fast, safe, guaranteed treatment alternative to Delaware,” Savanna said. “I can speak from experience and say that the solution is a life-saver.”
Most treatments using the AirAllé device take about an hour, and the treatment is guaranteed to be effective. The device has successfully treated more than 675,000 cases of head lice worldwide.
The Wilmington clinic is located at 234 Philadelphia Pike, Suite 7, and is open seven days per week, by appointment only.
With more than 300 clinics in 34 countries, Lice Clinics of America (www.LiceClinicsOfAmerica.com) is the largest network of professional head-lice-treatment centers in the world. Lice Clinics of America and AirAllé (www.airalle.com) are brands owned by Larada Sciences™, Inc., which is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.