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Head Lice Service Re-Treatment Policy

We are so confident about our treatment that we stand behind it! Our lice free guarantee makes us the best way to get rid of lice in Greenville. We have over 99% success rate with our Signature AirAllé Treatment.

Smiling mom and daughter since they're lice free
Our Signature AirAllé Treatment is the most popular and effective lice treatment option. It is a 3-step process which includes a 30-minute AirAllé treatment, a 30 minute comb-out to remove the dead lice and eggs and an oil application. This 3-step full-service treatment option ensures you will leave lice free with no follow-up needed.
Signature Treatment Head Lice Service Re-Treatment Policy

Our service re-treatment policy is provided only on our Signature AirAllé Treatment. With more than 950,000 treatments done worldwide and less than a 1% re-treatment rate, we know it works! This is the best way to get rid of lice and the treatment that ensures you will leave lice-free with no follow-up required.

Family Screenings

All family / household members need to be screened and treated, if necessary, for the head lice service re-treatment policy to be valid.

Head Lice Service Re-Treatment Policy Covers

Our treatment has been proven effective on 99.2% of treatments and so we stand behind our work.Our FDA-cleared medical device blows heated air through its applicator tip along the scalp and hair shafts at a higher flow (but cooler temperature) than a hair dryer. We cannot promise there will be no re-infestation, so we have to keep our policy to a 30-day service re-treatment policy… the longest in the industry. Based on the lice life cycle we are able to determine if the treatment had failed (which happens less than 1% of the time).

Head Lice Service Re-Treatment Policy Length

Under the above conditions, our Signature AirAllé Treatment is valid for 30 days… the longest in the industry. In the unlikely event of a treatment failure, we will re-treat you at no cost.

Questions about our Re-Treatment Policy? Ask us!