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How to Kill Lice

Everything you need to know about How to Kill Lice.

As you prepare to engage in the war against head lice, let us be your ally in destroying the pesky little buggers! If this is your first go-around with head lice, we recommend you first checkout our Facts of Lice series to get up to speed with the basics. This article is dedicated to understanding HOW TO KILL LICE - including the details about the two main methods for killing lice.

Head Lice: The Scariest Thing Hiding Behind Your Halloween Costume This Year 0

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Yes, you really can get head lice from Halloween costumes!

Of all the frightening creepy crawlies around at Halloween, there is one you definitely can and should protect your children (and yourself!) from – HEAD LICE! Here are a few expert tips for avoiding lice this time of year.

Do Lice Jump? 0

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Fleas jump, but do lice?

Many people often ask us the age old question, "Do lice jump?" The answer lies in the anatomy of these pesky insects. Comparing lice to fleas provides some obvious insights to help answer the question. Click here to read more.

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Myths About Lice at School 0

Today Show Lice in the Classroom

LiceGuard confirms and dispels some common myths about lice.

NBC's Today Show recently ran a short segment about Lice in the Classroom. During the show, Dr. Natalie Azar cites an American Academy of Pediatrics study that exlores the causes, diagnoses, and treatments of head lice in the school setting. Here is a quick summary of what Dr. Azar shared on the show, including LiceGuard's analysis of the AAP's conclusions.

Kroger Adds RobiComb to Store Shelves 0

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Thousands more stores add RobiComb, supporting non-toxic lice trend.

LiceGuard is proud to announce that another major U.S. retailer has picked up the RobiComb this year! Now you can find America's favorite lice zapping comb at thousands of Kroger stores across the U.S. The addition of the RobiComb is also another sign that more and more retailers are finally listening to their customers' demand for non-toxic alternatives to traditional chemical lice treatments.