We offer the privacy, flexibility, and convenience you seek, combined with our trained, patient, and compassionate professionals and effective natural, chemical-free products. We are at your service 7 days a week, morning or evening, and offer appointments as well as same day visits. To learn more read our About us page.Read More
LEARN ABOUT HEAD LICE
Lice are tiny insects that live in human hair. They are very small, about the size of a grain of sesame, and brownish gray in color. They have six legs, each of which is built with a claw used to cling to the hair and scalp. Lice survive through biting and sucking blood. Learn more about lice and LiceAge at our Lice Education page.Read More
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Your technician will arrive at your location and will check all family members for head lice. The technician will treat those infected with our natural product making sure every strand of hair is examined and treated for lice and nits. When treatment is complete your technician will provide you with care instructions for the most effective results.Read More
LiceAge Service Areas
By now you already know that LiceAge offers the best and most affordable mobile, in-home, chemical-free lice removal service in San Diego and the surrounding areas. But you may ask yourself if we serve the area where YOU live. Well, to make it simple, here is a list of all areas we currently serve. Keep in mind that there is no difference in price regardless where you live. Our prices…Read More
Head lice, oh no!
Lice are common among children between the ages of five and fifteen, and usually prefer girl’s hair. They itch and distress, and every mother is fearful of the day she will find a louse walking around the head of her child, or worse, tens of lice eggs adorn their soft hairs. A louse has the ability to function both as male and female, so one is enough to reproduce. To…Read More
How to identify lice and nits?
The most incriminatory sign of lice: itching. Itch is characteristic around the center of the scalp and behind the ears. The itching is caused both as a result of the bite of the lice and of an allergic reaction to the saliva released during the blood sucking process. In many cases lice are present even when there is no itching, or the itching will appear a long time after infection….Read More