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The LiceMeister® Comb

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About the Product

  • THE GOLD STANDARD in combing tools
  • Safe, effective, no need for chemicals
  • Use for prevention of lice and nits
  • High quality, durable, and strong
  • For use in all types of hair

Frequently Bought Together

The LiceMeister® Comb + Nit Free Terminator Lice Comb,  Professional Stainless Steel Louse and Nit Comb for Head Lice Treatment, Removes Nits + Fairy Tales Rosemary Repel Creme 12 oz. Shampoo + 8 oz. Conditioner (Combo Deal)
Price for all three: $40.94

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Product Description

The LiceMeister is the only comb approved by the National Pediculosis Association to treat lice and nits as well as to prevent lice and nits from returning. The LiceMeister comb is safe for all hair types and eliminates the need to use any other products that claim to kill or remove lice and nits from hair.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 0.5 x 7 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001FVR0KG
  • UPC: 644426501972
  • Item model number: Comb/cleaner/card
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,955 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Removal of head lice and nits

Extreme hard molded plastic handle with scientifically spaced stainless steel notched comb teeth that grip nits and lice.

Ue comb on clean untangled hair. Comb through entire head. If lice or nits are found, section off hair and comb each section from roots to ends. Use the cleaner tool to remove the lice/nits from comb, or dip into boiling water to clean.

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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Loves to read on October 23, 2010
Why me? never thought my kids would get lice. I have been sending my daughter to school with her hair up. Have been spraying "fairy tales" repelent on her before school but lo and behold she got lice. Interesting enough, she never itched. I found out about the lice because there was a little bug dangling from the front of her hair when I picked her up at school. Turns out this bug was not lice but it caused me to look closer. Not knowing what I was looking for, I just assumed, yes, she has it. I had purchased the "Fairy Tales" non-pesticide lice shampoo kit to have on hand just in case so I set this in action. The next day we went to the school nurse to see if she was clear before she went to her classroom (there was a substitute nurse on duty this day). She found no live bugs, tons of empty casings and said she was "clean". Turns out she wasn't. I had purchased the Medi-Comb at our local pharmacy and pulled out a live bug after school. By this point, there were hundreds of nits - they are so tiny and her hair is dirty blond so they are very hard to spot. The medi-comb was awful - sort of like using a razor.It cut my hair, cut the kids hair, cut their scalps... everyone's crying - just awful. We googled lice ad infinitum and decided to try the mayo/vinegar treatment. Next morning I pulled out another live louse. By now I have spent at least 20 hours laundering stuffed animals, pillows, bedding, backpacks, boiling hairbrushes, vacuuming furniture, mattresses, etc. and everything we tried was not working. After only three days of lice I was already close to the edge.

My husband found out about a professional nit-picker in our area. I had a phone consultation with her and set up an appointment to have my daughter "nit-picked" the next day.
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42 of 51 people found the following review helpful By stud-muffin on July 25, 2010
Our pharmacist friend recommended this comb when we discovered our daughter had lice. We could not find one, they are not stocked in most stores in our area so we borrowed theirs. I had purchased the OTC lice treatment shampoo/conditioner system (RID)but the cruddy little comb that comes in the kits is nearly worthless. We tried combing through her long, fine hair without success to remove anything. I spent hours picking through to remove nits and it was a horrible experience. Later, I caught up with the other family and borrowed their Licemeister comb. What a difference! It combed through my daughter's fine hair and removed things relatively easily and even combed through my thick hair with ease. The spacing between the teeth narrows as it gets closer to the handle, making it easier to adjust depending on the hair type.

A few months later we had the unrivaled joy of discovering lice again. We were camping far from civilization and the little grocery store we went to just happened to have this comb in stock. They did not carry any lice killing shampoo, so I took my mom's advice and bought Listerine instead. The regular kind. We doused the kids' heads in Listerine and then tied a grocery bag onto their head/hair for 20 minutes. I stepped into the shower with each one and washed as I combed through their hair. Not only did the Listerine work better at killing the lice--they were either dead or stunned from the alcohol when I combed them out, it also helped loosen the nits and most combed out with the comb. This was a significantly different experience from the last lice episode. The kids' hair stayed fresh smelling for a week or so, no dangerous pesticides were necessary, and we never found another nit or louse in our follow up over the next 2 weeks.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Norwegian on December 18, 2011
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When my daughter came home from school with lice, I used the Walgreens lice comb and olive oil I had purchased the year before (in preparation for something that seemed like it would happen sooner or later). The Walgreens comb worked on my daughter, but not on my son who has very fine hair. The LiceMeister comb worked beautifully on his hair, and I strongly recommend it. It also held up to being placing in boiling water after combing, whereas the Walgreens comb warped. I found that daily combing for a full 21 days (the life cycle of a louse) is necessary to get rid of these nasty pests. I also found that I preferred a once weekly (for 3 weeks) treatment of Cetaphil facial cleanser (thoroughly worked into hair, combed with the licemeister comb and dried with a hair dryer) over the olive oil - way easier to clean up and sleep in (no bathing caps necessary - which was wonderful b/c my son couldn't keep it on his head while he slept). If I had found this LiceMeister comb and the Cetaphil in the beginning, it would have been an easier battle from the start. For more info on the Cetaphil treatment, google "Cetaphil lice treatment" and you should find some links explaining how to do it this way. No nasty chemicals, and best of all - NO LICE! Remember: comb daily for a full 3 weeks! Good luck!
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23 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Earl E. A. Dopter on September 13, 2009
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Ugh. I never thought I would be needing to write a review about head lice control products. But one of my kids managed to get them. It wasn't his fault - we went ziplining and of course you have to use the helmets they provide. Little did we suspect they don't treat the helmets in between uses! What a bummer.

Anyhow, the comb. Well, it's well made, works sooooo much better than the crappy combs they supply with various shampoos and other lice treatments, and basically does what it says. It also comes with good advice about things to do and not to do to ensure you have the problem under control. What a frustrating problem to deal with, but so far, by using the comb daily without chemicals, we have been able to keep the infestation from spreading to our other two kids and now have our son lice-free. You do have to be very diligent. You have to use it EVERY DAY until you have gone several days without finding any nits. You also have to keep your infected child away from the other kids and continually clean his bedding. But if you do these things you can avoid the harsh chemicals. It's really the best strategy.
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