Electronic Lice Comb in Jennifer Aniston Movie
I’m impressed that Jennifer Aniston knows about the RobiComb, an electronic lice comb that zaps lice dead. My Mom Friend that runs a preschool told me about it and it’s great to have in your arsenal against lice. For more on How To: Detect and Get Rid of Lice, please click here. For the Wall Street Journal video on lice, please click here.
I like the RobiComb especially for:
- Lice checks on your kids when those dreaded letters come home informing you that someone in your child’s class has lice. You simply turn the comb on and run it through your child’s hair. If the buzzing stops, look carefully in that spot to detect lice or nits. The comb will kill active lice but it does NOT KILL the eggs (nits).
- Lice checks once lice is detected and treatments have begun. You need to check the infected head for about a month. Using the comb speeds up the daily lice checks immensely.
- Lice control on yourself if you don’t have an adult to help you with detection, removal, and treatments. You can break the cycle of lice by solely using the RobiComb but it wouldn’t be my first choice. However, if you are the only adult at home when lice breaks out in your home, this is a good remedy that you can do on yourself.
From Boston.com. For the full article, please click here.
“Aniston’s costar in “The Switch” is Jason Bateman, and at one point in the movie, Bateman’s character is shown choosing LiceGuard SAFE Lice Egg Remover Shampoo to treat his child. That’s good news for ARR Health Technologies, the Needham company that owns the LiceGuard Brands. (Bateman and Aniston are shown above in a publicity photo for the movie.)
LiceGuard has a nontoxic line of lice treatment products, including the RobiComb electronic lice comb, a company press release noted.
“Jennifer Aniston is very aware of current children’s health issues and expressed her desire to feature a healthy and safe lice treatment product for this particular segment of the film to the production staff,” the ARR Health Technologies release said.”