Lice treatment center ‘Hair Butterflies’ opening near Goose Island

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BERLIN - JUNE 22: Head lice (Pediculus humanus capitis) crawl on a piece of paper after having been removed from the hair of a little boy. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

OLD TOWN — Chicago is getting a new way to treat hair-raising infestations of lice.

Hair Butterflies, a lice treatment center that originated in Oak Park and specializes in non-toxic products, plans to open a new outpost next month near Goose Island at 1440 N. Kingsbury Ave.

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The firm shies away from the toxic over-the-counter products most parents typically use to deal with lice brought home from school or picked up elsewhere. It boasts “all-natural products that are non-toxic and 100 percent guaranteed.”

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