Mother Earth Natural Health
The only comb endorsed by the National Pediculosis Association.® The “Gold Standard” medical device packaged with combing instructions, a convenient cleaning tool
NPA’s Critter Card to show you what to look for and know how to see the difference between lice eggs (nits) and normal hair debris.
"'There's no reason for parents to douse their children's heads in chemicals,' says Urvashi Rangan, Ph.D., director of consumer safety and sustainability for Consumer Reports. 'Physically removing lice, while it seems daunting, is safest for your child's head.'"
"Many parents turn to popular over-the-counter treatments like RID, which contains pyrethrum, or Nix, which contains permethrin. Consumer Reports says based on mounting evidence, those chemicals are not the best choices."
"Experts say the safest, most effective method to get rid of lice is to comb them out using a lubricant, like conditioner, and a fine-toothed metal comb."