Introducing the Licetec V-Comb A1 review!
No parent enjoy’s receiving the dreaded note from school to say there’s been a head lice breakout, you instantly hope your little ones haven’t brought the nits home to run free. That’s why we’re so excited to bring you the Licetec V-Comb A1 review, to make your lives and head lice treatment that little bit easier.
The V-Comb A1 is an effective lice treatment that’s allergen-and chemical-free and safe to use on kids of any age with all hair types.
The V-Comb A1 works to eliminate both head lice and eggs, with the ease of combing the hair. It even works to eliminate ‘super lice’ which are resistant to common chemical treatments, ordinarily found in head lice shampoos and lotions.
The V-Comb A1 detects and prevents head lice infestations and provides immediate visible results.
The allergen-and chemical-free rechargeable device, provides immediate visible results through the device’s LED-illuminated capture filter compartment. The V-Comb A1 also offers hygienic and hands-free disposal.
The V-Comb A1 is a great investment option for the family, because it can be used on more than one child and as many times as needed, especially against recurring head lice infestations. It also comes with a reusable storage container to keep the device and its accessories in place when not in use.
Where to buy?
You can purchase the V-Comb A1 from Amcal, Blooms The Chemist, Chemist King, Chemist Outlet, Cincotta Discount Chemist, Discount Drug Stores, Guardian, Jadin Chemist, Nova Pharmacy, Priceline, Simply Pharmacy, Star Discount Pharmacy, Your Discount Chemist and your local pharmacies.
More about the Licetec V-Comb A1 Review
Looking for a product that offers effective head lice treatment? Sign up now to apply for the Licetec V-Comb A1 review. We’ll send selected MoM Members the comb to use at home when their kids have an active infestation of head lice. Then we’ll ask the review team to come back to the MoM site to share their thoughts and opinions.
*Always read the instructions for use. Follow the instructions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
Published 1st June 2021