Frequently Asked Questions


What are your hours?

Our lice treatment salon is open 7 days a week. We strive to be available whenever our clients need us. We are open weekdays from 8 am to 7 pm, weekends from 10 am to 5 pm. Please call us at 1.888.863.2005 for appointments.


Are you available after hours?

At Honeycombers, we try to accommodate all of our clients’ needs. Appointments may be made for early morning and late evening and can be scheduled based on the availability of our Combers. Please call 1.888.863.2005 to book an appointment or to inquire about our services 


How do you treat lice?

At Honeycombers, we combine the use of natural lice removal products and traditional combing to remove lice, nymphs (young lice) and nits (lice eggs). A series of treatments is needed to get rid of lice from hair. We also walk you though cleaning your home and how to avoid “getting it again from a friend,” as these too are critical steps to eradicating lice and preventing their return.


How much does the treatment cost?

It costs nothing to come in for nice lice advice or a training session on how to comb for lice. In our salon and online store we offer the highest quality lice treatment and prevention products that are safe and gentle enough for everyday use, have no pesticides, parabens, sulfates or phthalates, and conform to national standards for natural and organic.

To accurately check for lice, we can do a thorough lice screening, which consists of dampening the hair and carefully combing the hair in sections to look more closely. If we do find lice, we’ll give you a no-obligation estimate for treatment. Our In-Salon service rates range from $60/hour off-peak to $90/hour during peak times. We also offer In-Home services at rates of $150/hour plus travel.


How long does the treatment take?

Treatment sessions typically require 1-2 hours (per customer) of diligent product application, combing and inspection. Coarse, curly, long or thick hair and severe cases may require extra combing time to fully remove lice and nits. Several sessions may be required over a period of several days or weeks.