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Enquiries & Appointments
We measure lice and nit infestations by whether they are ‘average’ or ‘heavy’, but each case is individual and we can recommend the right service for you and your family. If you or your child has lice, call us to discuss what you’ve found and how we can help.
Call the Primrose Hill Lounge on 020 7485 7351
Want us to contact you? Email us email@example.com with your details, together with how and when you’d like us to contact you.
When visiting for an appointment, please ensure hair is clean, dry, untangled, and free from any hair products (wax, mousse, hair-spray etc) and head lice treatments. The type or length of hair does not impact effectiveness.
There are some circumstances where the controlled heated air technology cannot be used on someone. Please check whether these apply to you or your family. When this applies we clear manually over 3 appointments, 4 days apart to break the developmental cycle.
22 St Mark’s Crescent, Primrose Hill, London, NW1 7TU
Monday – Friday 10.30am to 7.00pm
Saturday – 10.30am to 1.30pm
By appointment only.
If you come by car, parking is not restricted at the weekends. On week days you can park around the corner on Gloucester Avenue (go to the end of St Mark’s Crescent and turn left) where there is pay and display next to The Engineer pub and Melrose and Morgan.
If you come by tube, the nearest tube station is Camden Town on the Northern line. We are under 10 minutes from Camden station by foot – go up Parkway, turn right onto Gloucester Avenue, continue as this becomes Regents Park Road, go straight on and St Mark’s Crescent is the third road on your right just before the canal bridge.
The 274 stops on Regent’s Park Road near St Mark’s Crescent and comes from Marble Arch one way and Islington the other.
Nice teashops in the area
Around the corner on Gloucester Avenue (go to the end of St Mark’s Crescent and turn left and over the canal bridge) there’s the Primrose Bakery for cup cakes, milk shakes and a good cup of tea and Melrose and Morgan for tonight’s supper and the odd indulgence or two, three, four…