resistance to many traditional pesticide-based control methods, which have never been able to kill eggs (nits) effectively and usually require repeated treatments.
Based on clinical study data, the LouseBuster device kills or removes over 95% of head lice and eggs in one single treatment. Overall, greater than 99% of the eggs on people treated with the LouseBuster device are dead following treatment.
The type or length of hair does not impact effectiveness as long as the hair can be combed or picked through with a standard comb.
The LouseBuster technology is based on breakthrough research conducted by evolutionary parasitologist Dr. Dale Clayton and students at the University of Utah. The initial research was published in November, 2006 in the journal Pediatrics.The
effectiveness data we mention on our website and in any marketing
collateral is substantiated by later research which was submitted to the
FDA to receive clearance. This later research will be published in the