Yes, Licefreee Gel does kill the eggs as well as long as the product is fully in contact with the egg for a full hour. However, it is best practice to remove all of the eggs using the included nit comb just in case the product did not fully come in contact with that egg. Also note you can use the nit comb without doing a full treatment over the next few days just in case you missed any nits during the comb through. They can be tough to find.
After using Licefreee Spray, as soon as your hair finishes drying naturally, (you don’t want to blow-dry to make sure the product stays in contact with the lice) you can wash it with your regular shampoo.
It is not necessary to treat the hair just because you were exposed to lice unless you see live lice or nits. If you are spending time around someone who has a head lice infestation (friend, family member, co-worker), you may consider using Licefreee Everyday! Shampoo. Licefreee Everyday! is a homeopathic head lice shampoo containing naturally occurring ingredients that create an environment where head lice do not like to live.
There are a few options for cleaning the nit comb.
There is no way to look at a nit with the naked eye and determine if it is dead or alive. And although some people claim it does, popping them does not prove that one way or the other either. They are just too small. The only proof is when they don’t hatch 7-10 days later. Therefore, the best practice is to remove them from the hair.