The National Pediculosis Association®  

proudly presents the The LiceMeister® Comb

Because it's not about lice,

it's about kids.

The LiceMeister® Comb

The only comb developed & endorsed by the National Pediculosis Association.® (NPA)

It's the “Gold Standard” medical device, packaged with combing instructions, a convenient patented cleaning tool & an educational “Critter Card” to help you know what you are looking for.

What makes the LiceMeister® the best Lice & Nit removal tool?

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Latest News

From the FDA

Combing is a valid option for the management & treatment of head lice...FDA updated its website, today to include general information regarding the option of combing for the management & treatment of head lice.

- Food & Drug Administration

Win the Fight

Against Head Lice

When used for early detection and manual removal, the LiceMeister® comb is the realistic and practical treatment alternative to unnecessary and potentially harmful pesticides. The LiceMeister® is the safe and cost effective way to win the war against head lice and keep the kids in school, lice and nit free!

The NPA is a non-profit organization. Proceeds from the LiceMeister® comb help support the NPA’s programs of education, prevention and research.

A word from Deborah

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"There's a critical difference between treating lice and treating a child infested with lice. Reminder: Pesticides for lice on kids is risky and harmful. Head lice and nits can be removed from children safely by combing and without risky chemicals." - Deborah Z. Altschuler

Words from Parents  About Our Comb

Read real success stories as parents share what makes the LiceMeister® Comb the best!
This thing is a life savor. Its teeth are perfectly positioned, so it gets all the nits and bugs out without pulling out my daughters hair. 

How Mary protected

her kids from lice

& risky chemicals

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The NPA kicks off its National Head Lice Prevention Month each September to last the whole year long.