Put an end to the embarrassment of head lice
with Dr Crippen's patent Licepummeller system

In 1978, Dr Vincent Crippen was asked to develop an alternative to traditional chemical approaches to dealing with head lice infestations. Medicated shampoos and treatments had been on the market for some time, but they were expensive, environmentally unfriendly and made your head smell funny. What's more, there were genuine fears that lice would develop a resistance, possibly leading to the emergence of giant radioactive super-lice that could suck your brains out in a matter of minutes.

The licepummeller

Dr Crippen realised that the answer lay in a simple, reusable device that could be used to flatten head lice without the need for expensive and dangerous chemicals. And so, the Licepummeller system was born.

Today the Licepummeller is still the most effective cure for head lice infestation. When swung correctly with the right amount of force, the Licepummeller can completely remove all traces of head lice, nits and other unwanted parasites.

 

Get your Licepummeller now!

 

Caution, may cause dizziness.

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