Banlice

Banlice Lice Mousse 200g

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$16.79 Members PriceRetail Price $20.99

Banlice Mousse contains Natural Pyrethrins. Pyrethrins come from chrysanthemum flowers are widely recognised to be amongst the least toxic, yet effective, insecticides available for human use.

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Banlice Mousse contains Natural Pyrethrins. Pyrethrins come from chrysanthemum flowers are widely recognised to be amongst the least toxic, yet effective, insecticides available for human use.

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    Product Description:

    Banlice Mousse is your no mess/no fuss Head lice Treatment. Because you can control the mousse, Banlice reduces the risk of nasty drips spills. Banlice Mousse does not have an unpleasant smell. Banlice Mousse is suitable for use from 2 years of age.

    Directions:

    1. Shake can thoroughly before use and hold can directly upside down (not on an angle) for better mousse flow.
    2. Apply Banlice mousse to dry hair.
    3. Use enough to thoroughly cover the scalp, including the back of the neck and behind the ears
    4. .Leave Banlice mouse in the hair for 10 minutes, then wash thoroughly with normal shampoo.
    5. If product gets into the eyes, rinse out immediately with water.
    6. Remove all the eggs (nits) you can find after treatment (this is easier with a fine toothed comb and hair conditioner on wet or dry hair).
    7. Repeat the treatment after 7-10 days to kill lice that have hatched from any remaining eggs that were not killed initially.
    8. If you find live lice or more eggs appear after the second treatment, seek advice from a healthcare professional.
    9. Only use the product when you can see live lice or their eggs. Do not use regularly to prevent head lice.
    10. Check other people in the household and treat as necessary. Lice can quickly spread back to people who have already been treated.

    Warnings:

    Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your healthcare professional.