Best Lice Combs in 2020



TuNan 7 Pcs Pet Dog Grooming Comb, Metal Head Comb for Long Hair, Dog Tear Stain Remover Combs, Hair Combs Remover for Dogs Cats, Pet Grooming Tool Removes Crust, Mucus and Stains - 5 Types Review:


I have 4 dogs with 3 of the having different lengths and types of fur coats and the comb set worked very well on on lengths and fur coats,
Combs worked in helping remove ticks and fleas from my dogs.
The set came with a large metal comb that I kept for my own hair because I have thick hair and it parted my hair so awesome



Nit Free Terminator Lice Comb, Professional Stainless Steel Louse and Nit Comb for Head Lice Treatment, Removes Nits, COLORS MAY VARY Review:


I ordered this comb because I found about 15 nits and 4 to 5 hatchlings on my six year olds head. I was able to remove them with just my hands and the plastic purple comb that comes with the treatment shampoo but I wanted a comb that would last and would make my job a little easier. I ended up doing the 1 day shipping because I found out my 10 year old cousin was covered in lice and I wanted to be able to help her get it taken care of.
I want to recommend a page for anyone dealing with lice, it's called http://thenicelicelady.blogspot.com/?m=1 and she has the best advice. She helped me feel so much better about having to deal with lice and make it a task that may take some time but is actually effective. She stresses that there is no need to waste your time cleaning and washing everything the person with lice had come in contact with, you don't have to do any extra cleaning. She also explains why the only tools you'll need to beat the lice is a good fine tooth comb and some cheap conditioner.
I took her advice and was able to try it out on my cousin, who has the thickest hair I have ever seen. My daughters hair is thin and blonde so it was easy to find the bugs on her but my cousin has dark brown/black hair that can't even be brushed all the way through with a hair brush and has to brush it in layers. I could see a lot if nits on her but could not visibly see the hatchlings and found one adult louse when I checked her hair dry, the day I realized how bad she had them. That same night I used the purple came that came with the Rexall treatment they had tried, several times, and she was still plagued by the bugs. I did the very bottom layer of hair just to try and start the process and get her some sort of relief, I used the conditioner trick but the purple come was definitely not very good at grabbing onto the nits. On that first round though I filled up three paper towels of hatchlings and nits. If that purple comb or any fine tooth comb is the only one you have that will do also, just make sure you comb through it and get everything you can.
The day I got the Terminator comb in I had her take a shower so her hair would be wet and then I put the top part up, not even half up half down since her hair is so thick. I completely saturated her hair in conditioner, I ran out and had to use a spray on detangler on the top part which worked okay but wish I would have had more conditioner instead. After I had her covered I began using the Terminator lice comb and right away I could see how well it grabbed the nits and the hatchlings that i couldn't even see. She had so many that I worked for 2 hours and I know I haven't got everything.
The lice lady says to remove what you can and do it everyday until you don't see any nits or lice, brush the comb through for 100 strokes but if you find a bug or nit start again at 1. Then when they are clear after 100 strokes you are supposed to do a wet check every 2-3 days for two weeks but if you find anything lice related the 2 weeks starts over.
Okay, after I combed through the bottom layer the best I could I untied the top layer, before this I hadn't seen any large lice but the first comb through I pulled out 2 big lice and some more small ones. Out of the top of her hair I found a lot of medium to adult lice. After I combed through the top layer to the point that I wasn't finding really anything that warranted me messing with her hair much longer, I moved to the bottom to do a quick run through again to make sure any other big lice didn't run down to hide in hair. After each comb through I wiped the comb on a paper towel and made sure there were no bugs or nits stuck in the teeth that would get put back in the hair. When you use the conditioner and comb through it will slide out of the hair on the comb which really helps the bugs to stay in one place while you are still working on the hair. I will be checking her again in Saturday the 23rd, I was going to check tomorrow but her head is a little sore from all the combing.
I had her take a shower after I was finished to wash the conditioner out and to get anything I may have loosened with the comb out and washed away. I kind of looked through her hair by lifting up part of it and checking a couple places I knew had a bunch of nits before and I did not see anything. I know I did not get every single lice or nit, but the main thing is to dwindle their numbers and beat the cycle. I was so happy and she was too. This comb is worth every penny. The treatments were 8.00 dollars a piece and they didn't even work. Go to that ladies blog and read. Do your research on these things and you will feel so much better and much more confident about getting rid of them for good. You just have to be a little nit-picky!! ;)
As you can see there were some hairs that were pulled out but she is extremely tender headed and handled the whole 2 hours very well, those few hairs do not take away from the star rating because I know this product works and helped me get rid of a nuisance for my little cousin.



Nit Free 2 B Terminator Lice Comb (Pack of 3) Review:


I ordered this comb because I found about 15 nits and 4 to 5 hatchlings on my six year olds head. I was able to remove them with just my hands and the plastic purple comb that comes with the treatment shampoo but I wanted a comb that would last and would make my job a little easier. I ended up doing the 1 day shipping because I found out my 10 year old cousin was covered in lice and I wanted to be able to help her get it taken care of.
I want to recommend a page for anyone dealing with lice, it's called http://thenicelicelady.blogspot.com/?m=1 and she has the best advice. She helped me feel so much better about having to deal with lice and make it a task that may take some time but is actually effective. She stresses that there is no need to waste your time cleaning and washing everything the person with lice had come in contact with, you don't have to do any extra cleaning. She also explains why the only tools you'll need to beat the lice is a good fine tooth comb and some cheap conditioner.
I took her advice and was able to try it out on my cousin, who has the thickest hair I have ever seen. My daughters hair is thin and blonde so it was easy to find the bugs on her but my cousin has dark brown/black hair that can't even be brushed all the way through with a hair brush and has to brush it in layers. I could see a lot if nits on her but could not visibly see the hatchlings and found one adult louse when I checked her hair dry, the day I realized how bad she had them. That same night I used the purple came that came with the Rexall treatment they had tried, several times, and she was still plagued by the bugs. I did the very bottom layer of hair just to try and start the process and get her some sort of relief, I used the conditioner trick but the purple come was definitely not very good at grabbing onto the nits. On that first round though I filled up three paper towels of hatchlings and nits. If that purple comb or any fine tooth comb is the only one you have that will do also, just make sure you comb through it and get everything you can.
The day I got the Terminator comb in I had her take a shower so her hair would be wet and then I put the top part up, not even half up half down since her hair is so thick. I completely saturated her hair in conditioner, I ran out and had to use a spray on detangler on the top part which worked okay but wish I would have had more conditioner instead. After I had her covered I began using the Terminator lice comb and right away I could see how well it grabbed the nits and the hatchlings that i couldn't even see. She had so many that I worked for 2 hours and I know I haven't got everything.
The lice lady says to remove what you can and do it everyday until you don't see any nits or lice, brush the comb through for 100 strokes but if you find a bug or nit start again at 1. Then when they are clear after 100 strokes you are supposed to do a wet check every 2-3 days for two weeks but if you find anything lice related the 2 weeks starts over.
Okay, after I combed through the bottom layer the best I could I untied the top layer, before this I hadn't seen any large lice but the first comb through I pulled out 2 big lice and some more small ones. Out of the top of her hair I found a lot of medium to adult lice. After I combed through the top layer to the point that I wasn't finding really anything that warranted me messing with her hair much longer, I moved to the bottom to do a quick run through again to make sure any other big lice didn't run down to hide in hair. After each comb through I wiped the comb on a paper towel and made sure there were no bugs or nits stuck in the teeth that would get put back in the hair. When you use the conditioner and comb through it will slide out of the hair on the comb which really helps the bugs to stay in one place while you are still working on the hair. I will be checking her again in Saturday the 23rd, I was going to check tomorrow but her head is a little sore from all the combing.
I had her take a shower after I was finished to wash the conditioner out and to get anything I may have loosened with the comb out and washed away. I kind of looked through her hair by lifting up part of it and checking a couple places I knew had a bunch of nits before and I did not see anything. I know I did not get every single lice or nit, but the main thing is to dwindle their numbers and beat the cycle. I was so happy and she was too. This comb is worth every penny. The treatments were 8.00 dollars a piece and they didn't even work. Go to that ladies blog and read. Do your research on these things and you will feel so much better and much more confident about getting rid of them for good. You just have to be a little nit-picky!! ;)
As you can see there were some hairs that were pulled out but she is extremely tender headed and handled the whole 2 hours very well, those few hairs do not take away from the star rating because I know this product works and helped me get rid of a nuisance for my little cousin.



HERKLIN Terminator Lice and Nit Removal Comb, Professional Grade Stainless Steel Effectively Removes Nits and is Durable and Long Lasting Review:


 This comb grabs the lice, the nits, the hair with the lice and nits.... It gets everything. There is a little bit of hair-pulling if the hair gets caught in the joint but it is what it is. Comparatively to the plastic lice comb that comes with the store-bought lice kits, this comb is KING! Hands down the best. Easy to hold/grip, easy to clean. Easy to sanitize after in Hydrogen Peroxide or Vinegar. Wash the hair in some sort of lice shampoo, tea tree shampoo or really any type. Put loads of conditioner in the hair, and comb! Comb! Comb! Comb! Keep doing this for the whole lice and nit cycle, which could be 1-2 weeks. This comb is genius. Nothing stops it from getting those little critters OUT! Alive or dead, lice or nits. Ewwwww. Get rid of them. Love this comb. I have 2 of them! For the cost as well, it's a bonus and you cannot beat it.



Head LICE Comb Set for Fast Nit and Lice Removal - Best Results on All Different Types of Hair from HandyHealer Review:


This was the first time I experience the problem of head lice. I got them while house sitting for a friend, whose daughter keeps getting re-infested from the children at her school. Using mainly the blue two sided comb and some therapeutic essential oils I quickly got rid of the lice. Now I carry that two sided comb in my purse so that I can be on the lookout for re-infestation. But so far so good.



V-Comb Capture Filter Refill - 8 Head Lice and Nit Capture Filters - Requires V-Comb Head Lice Comb - Natural Lice Treatment Review:


After trying literally EVERYTHING on the market...I wouldn’t trade my V-Comb for any of it! Here’s what happened. After nearly two months of fighting these little horrible monsters (with 3 children, and my elderly father as well) and using every type of remover, shampoo, or anything else I could find...I finally found the V-comb...my blessing! I treated everyone’s heads with the Equate version of Nix, and took the nit comb that came in the box through everyone’s head. The next morning, I took the V-comb through everyone's head...this is what accumulated even AFTER using the treatment...(see photo). Thank you V-Comb!



LiceMeister Head Lice & Nit Removal Comb, 1 School-Approved Lice Comb, Stainless Steel, Cleaning Tool Included, No Shampoo/Pesticides Needed Review:


I tried the Nit Free Lice terminator comb first, because I order it and the LiceMeister comb at the same time and the terminator arrived first.
But hands down I prefer the LiceMeister comb.

As a person with long hair, the smooth and sealed plastic handle of this comb make a huge difference and pulled out significantly less hair. The all metal combs have a weld that isn't sealed and my hair gets caught and tugged right on out of my scalp. Ouch. Ouch. Ouch with every pull.

I've seen videos on youtube saying brush with your regular brush, then a fine tooth comb, then use the lice comb dry first.
If you or whoever have medium or long hair do NOT do it dry.
I repeat do NOT do it dry. Do the conditioner method.

I attempted a dry run, and no! just no with any of the lice combs. Ouch ouch ouch OUCH!
Then I tried hair saturated with oil. Ouch ouch.
Then I did it with hair saturated with conditioner and it went much much smoother.



Head Lice Comb With Magnifying Tool to Detect Lice. Effectively removes Lice, Nits and Lice Eggs, Suitable for all hair types. Review:


This is the best lice comb on the market! I
Was able to get the eggs out, the nits out, the big lice out - EVERYTHING is removed with this comb, and the magnifier was amazing. I will repurchase this comb if it ever breaks, to keep on hand



LiceGuard RobiComb Electric Head Lice Comb Kills Lice and Eggs, No Chemicals, Non-Allergic, 100% Safe For Children Review:


PLEASE READ IF YOU FEEL LIKE THIS PRODUCT DIDN'T WORK OR HAVE DOUBTS ABOUT PURCHASING, COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW!!!
The LiceGuard Robi Comb is NOT a one-time treatment, nor is it an instant fix. This is a product that takes a daily commitment for two weeks but I promise if you follow the correct protocol it WILL completely get rid of the lice. I have two children (now adults) that attended a school district with a notorious lice problem...my family battled lice for 10 YEARS! Regardless of how diligent our household was about becoming lice-free, so many other children were infested in the schools that we had a new household infestation every 3 to 4 months. All it took is one shared hairbrush, headband, beanie, hoodie, etc. and the cycle started all over again. I was not at all thrilled about constantly exposing my kids to the chemicals and I couldn't believe the outrageous prices of the "all natural" treatments (I believe that active ingredient was licorice or something of that nature)...when you have to treat 2 or more family members at a time it gets really pricey. Plus, I learned that the treatments can basically breed "super bugs" because any bugs that survive the shampoo treatments will continue to breed and make new lice that are also more resistant to the shampoo treatments...a vicious, never-ending cycle (seriously, search "super lice" in your web browser and read up on the growing problem). After so much wasted money and countless hours of combing out nits, I decided there had to be a better way and started to do my research.
When I bought my Robi comb all those years ago, it was about $40 at Walgreens. I gasped at the price tag but I was desperate for a better solution. The first time I used the Robi comb to treat our household, I knew I had finally found the silver bullet to our lice problem.
Now, for the instructions...my comb came with very detailed instructions so I had no problem learning and following the protocol. I am not sure what the instructions are like these days, but based on the comments of folks who gave this product a low rating, I tend to believe the instructions are either A - not as clear as they used to be, or B - not being read and followed by the users. First, this comb will NOT comb out eggs and nits. Yes, the tines on the comb are too far apart to comb out the small stuff; that is not how this comb is designed to work. When you turn the comb on, you should hear a constant buzzing sound. As you slowly comb through DRY hair, you will hear the buzz stop. This means that something is touching two or more tines, has broken the circuit and the object is being shocked...the stopped buzzing lets you know the circuit has been interrupted. Please note that a lice bug, piece of dandruff, blanket fuzz, knot of hair, etc. will break the circuit - anything that touches 2 or more tines at once will do so. When you hear the buzzing stop, slowly pull the comb all the way out of the hair. In order to clear the circuit and start the buzzing again, you have to clear the tines. My comb came with a little nylon brush but you could easily use an old toothbrush. We would stand by the sink and I would brush out the tines and splash a little water into the sink to wash the bugs down the drain (some of the bigger ones will not be killed by the shock, they will still be wiggling, but I didn't care and would just flush them down the drain). **IMPORTANT** do not rinse the Robi comb under water, always use a dry bristle brush on the Robi comb to knock the bugs, etc. loose. When you hear the buzzing start again you know that the comb is ready to zap and you can start combing again. Continue this process until you are able to comb pretty quickly through the whole head without the buzzing getting interrupted. At this point, there will still be eggs and nits on the head because the comb will only get the bigger adults. Do not waste your time continuing to pick out nits and eggs...it truly isn't necessary. Here is the key to the Robi comb working, you repeat this routine daily for two weeks. What you are doing is killing the bugs as they grow larger but before they grow large enough to reproduce and lay new eggs. So every day, the eggs remaining on the head continue to hatch, the remaining nits will continue to grow, and you are just "weeding" out the colony until nothing is left...everyday the combing process should get quicker and quicker because there are fewer bugs left. You MUST continue the combing regimen daily for 2 weeks because it can take that long for all of the eggs to hatch and grow, and you don't want to leave a single bug on the head. By the third or fourth day, you probably will not find any adults at all but just continue the daily combing until the 2 weeks is up. The first day of combing would usually take us 15-20 minutes if it was a bad infestation, and then every day thereafter was maybe 5-10 minutes tops.
If you have read this far, you probably think that this sounds like a lot of effort. But honestly this was a piece of cake compared to shampooing followed by 1-2 hours of constant combing to remove every last nit...and lets get real, if you miss 1 single bug with the shampoo then the nightmare just starts all over again. Plus, the traditional tiny lice comb + sensitive heads = LOTS of tears.
Other benefits that I really appreciated about this product: it was a one time investment that I have been able to use on every family member for years (all I had to do was replace batteries from time to time). Also, the fact that you can completely skip washing sheets, washing clothes, vacuuming couches, sealing stuffed animals in garbage bags, etc. etc. Honestly, I got to the point where I didn't care if there were bugs on these other items because they would either die on their own or climb onto heads at night and get zapped the following day in the next round of Robi combing. As long as you comb daily for two weeks, you are interrupting the mating/egg-laying cycle and killing the bugs that remain in your house and on your head(s). If this part creeps you out, by all means wash and vacuum everything. Personally, I got over the creep factor pretty quickly once I realized how much money, time and sanity I was saving by letting the Robi comb handle it all.
The ONLY con I can think of with the Robi comb is that it is capable of giving you a little shock. This mostly happens to us if you accidentally brush the comb against the ears, across a mole, or if you hold the comb at a 90 degree angle to your head and press too hard. As long as you pay attention to what you are doing as you comb, this really shouldn't be a problem. And it isn't a really painful shock, more of an unpleasant zap that surprises you. But compared to the itchiness of a raging lice infection, I will take a little zap any day.
I honestly believe that every household with children should own a Robi comb and all of the horrible, toxic treatments should be legally banned. If you use it correctly, I do not see how you will be disappointed.
GOOD LUCK AND MAY THE ROBI COMB TREAT YOUR FAMILY AS WELL AS IT HAS TREATED MINE!!! :)



Nix Electronic Lice Comb | Detects and Destroys Lice on Contact | Chemical-Free Review:


It worked great but I didn't ever hear it beep so I'm hoping that meant there were no live bugs and the teeth are very close together so I'm sure it removed any nits that remained. Thank you!