Head Lice Cannot Live on Furniture, According to Professional Head Lice Removal Salon Nitwits – Press Release

Results are based on years of successful treatment of thousands of customers in the Boston area

Belmont, Massachusetts – NitWits, Boston’s oldest premier head lice treatment salon in the Boston area, released a statement today that head lice are not found on furniture such as couches, chairs, and beds, even when a person with head lice comes in direct contact with it the piece of furniture has them. The result is based on the salon’s more than 15 years of practical experience in treating thousands of clients.

“Many families who have household head lice are very concerned about the possibility of family members spreading head lice on furniture such as sofas,” said founder Berit Pratt, RN BSN MPH. “But head lice never travel to an inanimate object like a couch, rug, or bed linen. They have to stay on the human scalp throughout their life cycle. Otherwise, they will die quickly.”

The NitWits team of professional head lice removers has successfully treated thousands of customers in the Boston area with their proprietary products that contain all natural ingredients and are pesticide free. As Pratt explains, head lice simply cannot survive on a couch.

“There are three main reasons you never find head lice on a sofa or any other piece of furniture,” she explains. “First of all, they need human blood to survive, and you don’t find that on a couch. You will need a meal of blood every two to four hours. Second, they need warmth and a couch is too cold for them. After all, lice are sensitive to light and moisture, so they dry out quickly on a piece of furniture. “

The medical salon also informs its clients that head lice have claws so they can grab and hold strands of human hair. Hair that brushes back on a couch or other furniture surface does not transfer head lice to the object.

This means that families faced with head lice do not have to worry about keeping all surfaces of their home clean or constantly washing linens for fear that lice will live on beds and furniture. This information is shared with customers being treated for head lice at the Belmont Salon and their family members

NitWits has consistently won The Best of Boston Award since 2004 and is run by school nurse Pratt and co-founder Sonia Simoun. She and her professionally trained team of lice removal professionals have successfully eradicated lice from customers in the Boston area using their own products. Pratt and Simoun discovered that head lice have developed resistance to many of the pesticides and other toxic ingredients commonly found in over-the-counter lice removal brands.

The NitWits team of professionally trained lice removal experts is available for appointments in their discreet, comfortable Belmont salon. They use a combination of organic head lice removal products and physical combing to quickly and thoroughly remove head lice safely from clients of all ages.

Further information on NitWits can be found at https://www.liceinfo.net/.

About NitWits

NitWits Lice Removal is the premier and oldest head lice treatment salon in the Boston area. Led by school nurse Berit Pratt, RN BSN MPH, and co-founder Sonia Simoun, the salon specializes in the natural, organic, pesticide-free treatment for head lice removal for children and family members affected by lice. Their mission is to get rid of head lice and nits (lice eggs) for good for every client who visits the salon. The founders of NitWits developed their own organic, pesticide-free lice treatment products to get rid of lice and nits based on 15 years of hands-on experience. The staff also gives educational presentations for students, parents and teachers. Treatments take place in the comfort and privacy of your Belmont salon. Call 617-816-9487 to learn more or to make an appointment.



For more information on NitWits lice removal in Boston, contact the company here:

NitWits Lice Removal Boston
Berit Pratt
(617) 816-9487
[email protected]
161A Belmont St, Belmont, MA 02478

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