You are not alone if you have or have had head lice in Seattle, WA. There are many people that have had lice and are currently dealing with it. Treating lice can be a stressful situation for the family to tackle while leaving kids out of school, social activities, and unable to participate in day to day activities leaving an extra load of responsibilities on the parents and the rest of the family. The added stress of having to pay for Seattle lice removal can seem like too much for a family or individual to handle in addition to the days that parents need to take off work. So we took it upon ourselves to break it down for you on the cost of Seattle lice treatment if you were to do it yourself verses professional lice removal.
First off, the average person suffers with Washington head lice for 3-6 months. During that time they will try an average of 5-7 treatments and spend countless dollars and hours trying to get rid of their infestation. Doctor’s visits, multiple toxic, pesticide treatments, gadgets, combs, beauty salon lice products, internet lice products, homemade remedies, items tossed unnecessarily, more doctor visits and finally prescription strength pesticide treatments. Leaving customers with no solution to the lice problem. All in total costing around $1,700.00 to do it yourself with harmful treatments.
Lice Knowing You provides you with a much more holistic approach to the problem. While we guarantee getting rid of lice we have the best lice treatment. We also take into account the aftercare, give you instructions on how to treat your home, family, future reinfestations, there is hands on training for combing lice, and a written step by step follow-up treatment protocol that we give you. In total this natural lice treatment can end up costing you between $47.50-$190.00. To make things even easier for you your child can return to school and activities immediately following our treatment. We will provide a “Certificate of Successful Head Lice Removal” upon request. We do our best to help keep lice in Washington schools to a minimum.
Your Treatment is most likely covered by your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) if you participated in your company plan. Your treatment may also be covered by Insurance. We will provide you with a receipt that can be submitted to your Insurance Company.
For more information please visit liceknowingyou.com