Friday, August 20, 2010

New Head Lice Treatment Will "Blow" Lice Away - Facility Introduced in Georgia By Headhunters Lice Removal Service!

/24-7/ -- A new weapon is available to demolish those resistant head lice that pass from child to child each year. The LouseBuster device is a revolutionary new way to kill head lice and their eggs without using pesticides or other chemicals.

Clinical studies have shown that the LouseBuster device that uses only controlled heated air delivered by certified operators. Is a very safe, fast, and highly effective way to kill all stages of head lice - including lice eggs (nits). Headhunters L.R.S. is the first to introduce the Lousebuster device in Georgia that has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration.

Head lice are parasitic, they feed off blood and are most commonly found among children age 3 to 11. However, infestations including the parents are on the rise.

"There are many misconceptions about lice and the people who get them," Tommy Lambert, founder and president of Headhunters Lice Removal Service, Georgia's foremost authority on head lice, said. "Head lice is spread 95 percent of the time during head to head contact. If parents take a step back to see how children crowd around portable games, computers, or during play time, they will see how much head to head contact actually takes place."

In 2009, when Tommy and his wife Heather discovered their children had lice, few treatment options were available to them. Parents were limited to drug store products that often contained pesticides or chemicals. These had to be used repeatedly and posed health concerns.

"Head lice are growing resistant to treatments that contain chemicals, pesticides, and insecticides," Mr. Lambert said. "We know first-hand how difficult it can be to treat head lice."

Over the last year, Headhunters L.R.S. has grown rapidly as he has visited homes, camps, and school systems using the Shepherd Method, which utilizes a strand by strand combing process to remove lice and nits along with an enzyme-based non-toxic enzyme. Mr. Lambert is trained and certified in this method by Lice Solutions founder Katie Shepherd, who is known for being among the top lice experts in the world.

"I am glad we have another non-toxic treatment available," Mr. Lambert said, referring to the LouseBuster device. "Now parents have more options to rid their children of head lice."

There are an estimated 6 to 12 million reported cases per year in the U. S. according to the Centers for Disease Control. A louse's life span is 32 days and a mature louse can lay 5 to 10 eggs daily.

Based on the number of infestations, from May - July, he expects there to be a very high number of cases as children begin this school year.

"With school starting, I expect there to be a lice epidemic," Mr. Lambert stated. "I would like everyone to know that our family based company is here to help them in every way possible. We are the premier head lice removal service in Georgia."

The first Headhunters L.R.S. treatment facility opened in Georgia this month. Mr. Lambert will continue to visit homes, schools, and camps to conduct screenings, treat children, and adults with head lice. He is expanding his services to meet the needs of families in Georgia.

Headhunters L.R.S. is located at 11205 Alpharetta Hwy. Suite E-3 in Roswell and opened for business August 9. Office hours are Monday through Saturday, 9 am to 6 pm and appointments may be made by calling 678-240-0042. For more information on benefits and possible risks of choosing the LouseBuster device for treatment, visit or or call 1-877-781-0999.

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