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New product launch
January 2005

WHEN YOU WANTED TO GET RID OF LICE,
YOU TOLD US TO BUILD A BETTER LOUSE TRAP
- SO WE DID

It’s called Goodbye LiceTM and it’s not merely ‘natural’ but completely chemical-free. The device is an automatic quick-comb that traps lice between its two rows of teeth as they pass down the hair. It’s also completely safe and remarkably effective. The single-step process is quick, painless, user-friendly (for the child as well as the adult) and works brilliantly on all hair-types, from short to long, straight to curly, smooth to frizzy and wet to dry.

Designed to make lice removal easier than ever before, Goodbye LiceTM from Amirose is a battery-operated comb whose two rows of teeth move against each other to remove lice and nits (eggs) from the hair without tugging. There’s no smell (because there are no potentially harmful chemicals), no pain (because there’s no pulling), no irritating electric shocks, messy shampoos or time-consuming conditioning treatments. Instead, the soft rounded teeth vibrate gently and agreeably at 200 cycles per second. Even with long hair, it’s pain-free and, for children over the age of five, needs no special supervision. It’s also so quick and convenient that a complete treatment is over in minutes.

For best results, the comb should be passed through the hair with slow strokes and each area should be combed at least three times.

Price: £24.95

Availability: from Amirose International. For stockist details, readers can contact on 020 8559 8422.

For further press information, samples and images contact:
Belinda Gallon or Karen Costello
Belinda Gallon Public Relations
Tel: 020 7372 7880 Fax: 020 7625 8081
e-mail. info@belindagallonpr.co.uk








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