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The New Standard of Care for Treating Head Lice

AirAlle Professional Lice Removal Device
Using AirAlle Head Lice RemovalLice Squad Canada Inc. has been granted exclusive Canadian distribution of this innovative and exciting technology.  We are making this technology available through Lice Squad Canada's franchise system for those who wish to realize a profitable career in the head lice health care industry.  Secondary to that, we are making this technology available to schools, camps, hospitals, child care agencies, clinics and other agencies for the use within their populations.  We feel that this devise will help remedy absenteeism and pesticide use within these organizations.  To learn more read AirAllé FAQs


About AirAllé™

The AirAllé™  device provides a revolutionary new way to kill head lice without using pesticides or other chemicals. Clinical studies have shown that the device, which uses only controlled heated air, provides a very safe, fast and highly effective way to kill all stages of head lice – including lice eggs!

Care For Head LiceHow the AirAllé™  works

The clinically-tested AirAllé™ device is intended for use to kill or remove lice and lice eggs in the head hair of adults and children 4 years of age and older. It delivers carefully controlled heated air directly to dry, untangled hair that is free of hair treatment products, at a temperature cooler than most hair-dryers and at a much higher flow rate. A unique, single-use applicator tip specially designed to penetrate beyond the insulating layer of hair is used to lift the hair slightly while directing airflow right onto lice and eggs which tend to be located near the scalp and hair roots. A specific, timed treatment pattern is followed to ensure all areas of the head are treated.

No pesticides or other chemicals are used in the therapy; just heated air.

The AirAllé™ device is highly effective because the small size and shape of head lice and their eggs make it difficult for them to conserve water. As such, when they are exposed to the right amount of heated air at the right temperature and for the right length of time, they dry out and die.

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