Islay Pharmacy

Head lice

Head lice are tiny insects that live in the hair and scalp, causing itching and discomfort. They are a common condition affecting many in Bowmore, Isle of Islay, particularly children aged 4-11 years. Get quick treatment for Head lice in Bowmore on the Isle of Islay in Islay Pharmacy.


  • Itching of the scalp
  • Tickling feeling of something moving in the hair
  • Irritability and difficulty sleeping (in children)

How Islay Pharmacy Can Help:

Immediate Consultations: Experience immediate attention to your head lice concerns with our Pharmacy First service at Islay Pharmacy. Our expert pharmacist offer swift consultations, bypassing unnecessary waiting times.

Over-the-Counter Solutions: Islay Pharmacy provides expert advice on suitable over-the-counter remedies for head lice. Our comprehensive range is readily available to help you effectively eliminate head lice and their eggs (nits).

Personalised Support: Trust our knowledgeable pharmacist to offer personalised guidance on managing head lice. We provide recommendations for appropriate treatment options and advice on preventing reinfestation, ensuring comprehensive support.

Why Choose Pharmacy First at Islay Pharmacy?

Pharmacy First ensures a swift and efficient process at Islay Pharmacy, saving you time and providing the convenience of immediate attention to your head lice concerns.

The experienced pharmacist at Islay Pharmacy are well-equipped to guide you through the process of managing head lice, ensuring you receive the best care possible.

At Islay Pharmacy, your health is our priority. The Pharmacy First service underscores our commitment to providing accessible and effective solutions for common health issues like head lice.

Book Your Pharmacy First Appointment Today!

Don’t let head lice disrupt your well-being. Book your Pharmacy First appointment at Islay Pharmacy in Bowmore, Isle of Islay, and experience swift relief tailored to your needs. Take the first step towards a lice-free scalp. Get in touch if you have any questions.

The age range for this condition is 4 years and over.