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FOR A PERFECT EFFICIENCY, ON DRY HAIR

USE OF THE LEAVE-IN SPRAY CONDITIONER

Use of the air conditioner

  • Put a bath towel around the neck to protect clothes..
  • Spray the leave-in conditioner.
  • Carefully comb from the roots.
  • Click out the comb several times during the process, and rinse it to get rid of lice.
  • Put the bath towel in a sealed bag and wash it at wash temperature of 60°C/140°F°.
  • Repeat the process daily with a clean bath towel.
  • It is advised to repeat the process for 10 days to ensure an effective treatment, since re-infestation is possible if any lice are allowed to remain.

FOR A PERFECT EFFICIENCY ON WET HAIR

To comb, to wash hair, to rinse, efficient treatments

Method and treatment

  • Rinse hair under the shower, then apply the conditioner.
  • Carefully comb from the roots. During combing, click out the comb several times and rinse it to get rid of lice.
  • To rinse hair and shower tray.
  • Reminder: Lice do not jump.
  • It is advised to repeat the process for 10 days to ensure an effective treatment, since re-infestation is possible if any lice are allowed to remain.

CHEMICAL TREATMENTS : CONSEQUENCES

Use of shampoo without pesticide

Pesticide family

Chemical treatments for lice are insecticides in the form of lotions, shampoos, creams, sprays and powders, which can affect the eyes or be inhaled with the risk of causing asthma or bronchial asthma. Belonging to the pesticide family, insecticides are toxic, active substances with chemical properties that kill insects and their eggs.

Those insecticides act on the hormonal system – being lipophilic, they penetrate the vessels and capillaries to spread throughout the body. After a few years, traces of these products that have not been eliminated by the body can reach toxic levels. It is therefore highly advisable that young children and pregnant women never use these products.

CLEANING SURROUNDINGS

Cleaning surroundings

I - By suffocation

Lice need the environment of hot, wet hair to survive. They die in a dry climate or with a lack of oxygen.
Advice: Put infested clothes in a hermetic bag (bin bag) for a few days.

II - By cold

Lice die at temperatures of -20°C/-4°F and below.
Advice: Put all infested items that cannot be put into a washing machine (such as wool garments, dust masks, hats, caps, security blankets for children, motorcycle helmets, etc.) in a plastic bag, then seal the bag and place it in the freezer at -20°C/-4°F or below for 36 hours.

III - By heat

Lice die at temperatures of 60°C/140°F and more.
Advice: Wash infested sheets, pillowcases, T-shirts and other cotton clothing at a temperature of 60°C/140°F or more in the washing machine.

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