- 8 oz. Lice Shampoo
- 4 oz. Oil Repellent
- 8 oz. Combing Solution
- Licenders Metal Lice Comb
- 1 small towel
- 2 hair clips
- instructions for treatment
8 oz. Lice Shampoo
Our Lice shampoo is gentle, all natural, and hypoallergenic. Our clinicians use this shampoo to
treat tens of thousands of children each year. It contains natural enzymes and peppermint which
are effective in eliminating lice.
Apply 1 to 2 ounces of shampoo to wet hair. Lather up until sudsy. Let sit for 10-15 minutes.
Ingredients: Purified water, anionic/nonionic surfactant blend, glycerin, enzymes, peppermint
oil, sodium borate.
4oz. Oil Repellent
The oil repellent should be used anytime your child is exposed to lice. It also greases the
hair, and stops the lice from feeding and laying nits. This provides additional protection, just
in case the shampoo did not come in contact with all of the lice.
Before putting your child to bed at night, spray the hair a few times and lightly massage the
oil into his/her scalp.
You do not need to saturate the hair with the oil. If you don't want
to get any oil on the bed linen, you can put a towel underneath the child's head.
Spray the nape of the neck, behind the ears, and on the wrists.
Use the repellent daily.
8 oz. Combing Solution
Divide the hair into four sections.
Apply a small amount of combing
solution to one section, and comb through this section.
Wipe the comb on a wet paper towel
after each stroke.
Keep combing until you don't see any more nits.
Ingredients: water, anionic/amphoteric surfactant blend, cetyl alcohol, rosemary extract,
Licenders Metal Lice Comb
The Licenders comb fits comfortably in your hand for effortless combing. It can be sterilized and
reused. The teeth of this comb are very close together. It will remove all the nits!
Watch the "Get Rid of Lice" video on the "Lice Treatment" page.
Directions: Wet the hair and de-tangle.
Part the hair into 4 quarters.
with the first section, part out a one-inch section of hair.
Comb through the one-inch
section using the lice comb.
Wipe comb thoroughly on a wet paper towel.
Keep combing in
that section until you see no more nits on the paper towel!
Continue until the entire hair is