Best buy for head lice and nits: Bug Buster Kit
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30 years of Bug Busting: Prices frozen throughout 2018, extended till 29 March 2019
“The Bug Buster® kit is the only head lice removal (and detection) method that has been evaluated in randomized controlled trials, and it is available on the NHS.” CKS, Head Lice, December 2016
The Bug Buster Kit is the first Head Lice Device APPROVED FOR NHS PRESCRIPTION, free for children diagnosed with lice. Ask your pharmacist, health visitor, school or practice nurse, or GP.
Bug Buster Kit comes to the rescue when Kipper Gets Nits!
- A sensitively written story about finding and dealing with head lice from Oxford University Press
- Ideal for parents to read with young children
Bug Buster Kit with Kipper Gets Nits! (paperback) only £10.99 inc. P&P
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Over 30 years we have been privileged to help millions of families to defeat head lice the Bug Busting way.
Read the latest research paper – The impact of well-developed preventative strategies on the eradication of head lice. It is available on our website by kind permission of the original publishers. Navigate to Page 166 (2 of 10) and on through to page 174
The TV Doc, Dr Hilary Jones, advises families unable to get rid of head lice that our Bug Buster Kit is ideal.
“No treatment is guaranteed to kill all head lice and their eggs. But the Bug Buster kit is ideal for their detection and eradication, and it allows you to carry on using your regular shampoo and conditioner. Follow the instructions and you should get rid of the problem for good.” (2007)
Listen to our radio interview on Bug Busting Day
© CHC 1998-2018. BUG BUSTER and BUG BUSTING are the registered trade marks of CHC. Bug Buster and Nit Buster combs are the registered designs of CHC. The health and education resources of the Bug Busting programme are produced on a not-for-profit basis, working with NHS Choices and NHS Health Scotland