24 hour pharmacyby Akbar Mansoori akbarmansoori
What are head lice?
Head lice are tiny parasitic insects that live on the scalp. They do not live on pets or other animals. A louse (the singular form of lice) has six legs, each with a curved claw that can hold tightly onto hair. Head lice crawl easily between hairs, but they cannot fly or jump. Head lice only live on human blood and feed several times a day and they live close to the scalp to maintain their body temperature. Lice do not dig or burrow into the skin – they use their needle-like mouth parts to suck blood through the skin.
What’s our treatment?
We provide a revolutionary treatment for the eradication of head lice and their eggs. This revolutionary non-toxic lice treatment is the only one-and-done professional lice removal treatment. The FDA-cleared and TGA listed device kills lice and eggs through dehydration. This is a revolutionary alternative to treating head lice with pesticides, herbal lice remedies, suffocation products or lice combs. The device kills lice and eggs through a specific combination of temperature, air flow, time and technique.
What’s our guarantee?
Using our exclusive, FDA-cleared and TGA registered medical device, this treatment takes about an hour and has been clinically proven to killing the living lice and 99.2% of their eggs (nits). We follow this up with a comb-out and pesticide-free topical rinse. Using this procedure, we guarantee you will leave our clinic lice-free.
Makeup can make or break your look. With some simple tips and techniques to suit your face shape and complexion, you will look years younger and put the finishing touch to your look. Our in-store cosmeticians will help you realise your beauty goals. Whether you’re aiming for a natural glow or a flawless contour, low-key lashes or dramatic smoky eyes, we’ll prime and set you up with the freshest looks, no matter the occasion, day or night. Trendy or classic, we’ve got the makeup moves to guarantee we’ve highlighted your favourite features. All eyes will be on you.
Beauty services offered and pricing vary by location.
What is sleep apnoea?
Sleep Apnoea is a common breathing condition that affects more than a million Australians, but is not readily identified in all patients suffering from it. The most common form of Sleep Apnoea is Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA), which not only affects sleep but also can severely impact the patient’s health and quality of life. We are providing the complete Sleep Apnoea solution in our pharmacies to cater to a growing number of patients in the area who are silently suffering from the condition. We diagnose and provide the Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machines to better the quality of life of sufferers.
• Home sleep studies.
• CPAP/Auto set trial for the treatment of Sleep Apnoea.
• Hire and sale of machines and their parts.
• Tuning of machines.
• Troubleshooting CPAP issues.
• Liaising with a Sleep Specialist.
• Generating CPAP compliance reports for General Practitioners.
• No waiting lists.
• Convenient and relatively inexpensive.
• No additional work for the referring General Practitioner.
• Fast turnaround of results.
• Independent, accredited Sleep Specialists report on studies.
• Concise management recommendations are provided for all patients and their referring General Practitioner.
• Provide long-term direct access.
What’s unique about our ear piercing?
We use an ear piercing system recognised as an industry leader, with allergy-free fashion earrings for consumers of all ages. Stocking products from the world’s largest manufacturer of ear piercing instruments, studs, and supplies, we uphold an uncompromising commitment to quality and service.
How long does it take an ear piercing to heal?
A minimum of 6 weeks for pierced ear lobes and 12 weeks for ear cartilage piercings. You should only switch into new earrings after the suggested healing period.
What can I do to help my ears heal?
Clean the piercing area(s) with recommended lotions and gels. Also, rotate the piercing stud at least once a day. More frequent cleaning is necessary after excessive physical activity. Avoid touching the piercing area(s) whenever possible.
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