Miracles On Lice
From Panic to
Peace of Mind
Miracles On Lice Professional Head lice removal
Call now and speak to a professional!
Why come to us
Miracles On Lice is the Capital Region's premier Professional Head Lice Removal Service. For over ten years, we have taken thousands of families from PANIC to Peace of Mind.
You will leave feeling great, relieved and fully informed on how to prevent headlice in the future.
Conveniently located in Ballston Lake, New York.
We're on a mission to...
Remove all lice and nits.
Answer every question you have.
Tips to never get head lice again.
We never take shortcuts!
Call now and speak to a professional or leave a message and we will get back to you ASAP.
NYS licensed cosmetologists who through personal experience know how hard it really is to effectively remove those little buggers!
We are dedicated to providing the finest available lice removal service found in the Capital Region!
Certified in the Shepherd Method of strand by strand nit and lice removal, the most effective method ever created!
What They Say
Great experience... RELAX and watch a movie...
I felt so RELIEVED and knew I was in good hands...
PEACE of mind...
Frequently Asked Questions
Head lice are primarily spread through head-to-head contact. Only about 2% of cases of head lice are spread from shared items, etc. hats, brushes.
No one is immune from head lice. It's a contact issue. If you have contact with an infected person, you can get it. We are aware of cases on people from as young as 9 days to as old as 98 years old.
They vary in size from 1/16 to 1/8 of an inch, approximately the size of a sesame seed.
Eggs, also known as nits, are firmly attached to the hair shaft with a glue secreted by the bug. The eggs are usually found very close to the scalp.
Seven to ten days.
A female can lay over 100 eggs (nits) in their lifetime.
Lice move quickly and shy away from light during a head check.
When they hatch head lice are clear but they quickly develop a reddish brown color after feeding off the head. Their color often is various shades of brown.
No, they are crawling insects and have six legs equipped with claws to grasp the hair.
No, head lice can only live on a human head.
An adult head louse can live for up to 30 days.
From Panic to Peace Mind!
We remove more than lice.
We remove the sheer panic that accompanies this discovery.