Nitview LED Comb
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Nitview® Ledcomb is a device that incorporates ultraviolet light (400-405nm, light range naturally visible to the human eye) and detachable comb with micro-channelled teeth for the effective removal of both lice and nits.
The lice, their eggs and nits (the empty egg cases) glow under the UV light making them very easy to find amongst the hairs and then remove with the comb.
The comb section can be easily removed to enable the UV light to confirm that all lice and eggs have been removed and help to avoid the recurrence of the infestation. The light can be used to check clothing, towels, bed linen etc.
- Is safe for use on both wet and dry hair.
- Does not rely on insecticide chemicals.
- Will not cause resistance to treatment.
- Will not cause allergy or irritation
How to use
Systematic combing with a fine tooth comb to physically remove lice.
Use of a Nitview® Ledcomb, conditioner, a white or paper towel in low light conditions.
This procedure will be required to be carried out every 3 to 4 days over a 2 week period.
Wet hair and towel dry (Nitview® Ledcomb can be used on wet or dry hair previously untangled).
Comb with an ordinary comb to untangle hair and then divide into sections.
Using the Nitview® Ledcomb, carefully comb through each section of the hair approx. 2cm apart.
Insert the teeth of the comb to the root of the hair and pull through to the ends.
Clean the comb between each section and check for live lice.
Repeat for the whole head.
Wash off conditioner and repeat combing on the wet hair.
If lice are found, repeat every 3 to 4 days for a period of at least 2 weeks until no live lice are found.
Hazards and Cautions
If symptoms persist, seek advice from your pharmacist.