Simple process that breaks the cycle
This drug contains the hydro alcoholic extract of eucalyptus, that some monoterpenoids and tetralin derivate do have neurotoxic effects, and are toxic to lice.
In just three simple applications, each seven days apart, No-lice® kills both the head lice and their eggs, breaking the life cycle.
- Uses a powerful blend of essential oils rather than synthetic insecticides.
- This new treatment is a beneficial addition or a valuable alternative to the existing ones such as Permethrin, considering the total absence of chemical insecticides.
- The absence of drug resistance induction in head lice, the absence of major toxicological risks related to classic pediculicides. This should be particularly beneficial in children, who constitute the majority of the population to be treated for infestation with head lice.
- Pleasant-smelling and easy to use.
- Comes with re-useable shower cap and anti-lice comb
Consult your healthcare professional before use on infants under 6 months.
Avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, flush immediately with clean water.
How to use:
- Cover eyes with a towel. Use on dry and clean hair. Apply product to the hair behind the ears and the back of the neck first. Then apply to rest of hair. Apply sufficient product to ensure hair is thoroughly wet. The amount used will depend on the length and thickness of the hair.
- Massage into the scalp and hair.
- Cover all hair, including ears, to the nape of the neck with the cap.
- Leave on hair for 10 minutes.
- Remove cap, shampoo and condition hair as normal.
- Then divide hair into small sections, pick one section up, keep it upward and pull the comb from root to tip of the hair for several times.
- Rinse cap and comb well after use with soap and warm water. Dry thoroughly. The comb can be re-used after 3 minutes boil in boiling water.
- Repeat steps 1-7 seven and fourteen days after initial treatment.
Eucalyptus Oil 11. % w/w
Benzyl Alcohol 0.5% w/w
Do a quick check of the hair each night for head lice infestation. The quicker you get on top of a head lice infestation the quicker you can treat, and rid the hair of head lice.
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