TickEase might look like typical tweezers, but it’s made just for the tick-removing job. It’s dual-ended with sharp, thin tips for grabbing small ticks, and it has a slotted scoop for larger or engorged ones. (Gross, but necessary.) Dan designed the tool to comply with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s tick removal guidelines, which advocate using a fine-tipped tool.
Because Dan is a tick prevention specialist who has been bitten over 200 times, he has plenty of experience to rely on. For over 20 years, he’s been educating people about tick removal and prevention.
Tick populations are growing, and bites are unfortunately becoming more common. It seems like everyone knows a different “trick” to remove ticks, but Dan’s tool is truly the right way to do the job.