ARLINGTON, WA--(Marketwired - August 03, 2016) - Head lice infamously cause stress, disgust and embarrassment for millions of moms whose kids get infested each year. But thanks to Rest Easy Hair Clinic, now a preferred provider of Lice Clinics of America, moms dads in throughout Snohomish County and parts of Skagit County in Washington State no longer have to worry about treating the icky bugs themselves.
Rest Easy Hair Clinic (www.liceclinicsnohomish.com) provides screening, diagnosis and treatment options for people infested with head lice. The clinic is staffed by certified operators of the AirAllé device, an FDA-cleared medical device that kills head lice and lice eggs using just heated air. Washington State has been identified as one of the states where lice are now 100 percent resistant to over-the-counter treatments, making a fast, safe, effective treatment service a welcome option.
Clinic owner Sherine Wenzel has experienced the stress and frustration of lice outbreaks first hand. "I witnessed the spread of lice at my daughter's school and saw the stress on the parents' faces after getting the call that their child had head lice," Sherine said. "Parents would treat the household members for months only to end up back at square one."
"Right now we're seeing lots of kids coming home from summer camp with lice," Sherine said. "It's important to get them treated before school starts. Fortunately, we can now perform the entire treatment in about 90 minutes."
The new Rest Easy Hair Clinic located at 3710 168th St NE, Unit B101 in Arlington. The clinic is open seven days per week by appointment. AirAllé treatments are non-toxic, take about 90 minutes and come with a 30-day guarantee.
The Rest Easy Hair Clinic is one of 100 U.S. clinics in the Lice Clinics of America network.
With clinics in more than 20 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.