Simple and easy to use, Licefreee Spray Non-toxic Head Lice Treatment gets rid of head lice, including super lice, with one easy step. Simply saturate the hair and allow to dry naturally. A professional nit comb is included to remove dead lice and nits, if desired.
Our unique lice and nit treatment use a natural, homeopathic solution that contains sodium chloride, more commonly known as salt. Fast and easy to use, apply Licefreee Spray! and it starts killing SUPER LICE and nits on contact. Allow the head lice spray to dry naturally, no rinsing or washing needed. Once the hair has dried completely after treatment, you may then resume regular grooming habits (such as: wash hair, style, etc.).
Licefreee Spray! is effective in killing both super head lice and nits, so nit combing is not required. However, most schools do have no-nit policies requiring that all nits (lice eggs) are removed from the hair. For this purpose, we include our patented lice comb for the effective removal of dead lice and nits.
Have you heard of a head lice outbreak in your school? You can apply our head lice spray to the head daily to kill any head lice that may have tried to travel home.
Mom, are you trying to apply lice treatment products to yourself? Licefreee Spray! makes it easy for you to become lice free! Just spray it on until it is well saturated and allow your hair to air dry. Nit combing is not required.
Benefits of our head lice spray include:
Effective treatment to kill SUPER lice AND nits
Spray-on application is fast and easy to use
Begins working on contact
Patented nit comb
Natural, homeopathic active ingredient, chemical pesticide free
Safe to use on children 6 months and older
Can use daily if desired
Is Licefreee Spray! the best head lice treatment? You decide! Our products have a 100% satisfaction guarantee!
Licefreee Spray will kill lice within minutes but will take longer to kill the nits (eggs). This is why the directions say to allow your hair to air dry naturally. This makes sure the product is in contact with the nit long enough to kill it.
Allow Licefreee Spray! to air dry naturally before beginning the combing process. If you find you need to wet down the hair to make it easier to comb, you can apply more Licefreee Spray! to aid during the comb through process or apply a leave-in detangler or conditioner. It is not necessary to wash the hair before coming out the dead lice and nits, but you may wash it first if desired.
Using hair conditioner prior to treating with Licefreee Spray should not affect the treatment. However, if you feel that you have an excess of product built up in your hair, we would recommend washing and allowing your hair to dry, prior to application.
No. It is important that you follow the directions for Licefreee Spray exactly as indicated on the label. It is never recommended to mix OTC treatments or medications. Not only could mixing products cause potentially harmful effects, it could also hinder the effectiveness of the products.
Consult your physician first. All ingredients are GRAS (generally recognized as safe). However, during pregnancy you are more likely to develop allergies, which is why it is important to talk with your doctor before use.
As far as furniture and clothing goes, Licefreee Spray! was not developed to be used on inanimate objects. The conditioners in it may stain or cause oil spots. A thorough vacuuming should take care of any lice on there, or you can use Licefreee Home which is designed to kill lice on furniture and bedding. If you have throw pillows, bag them up for 10 days to make sure the lice are dead, or you can throw them in your dryer on the hottest setting to kill the lice.
Licefreee Spray! is great for treating yourself as it kills both the lice as well as the eggs (nits). Most products recommend having someone help with the comb-out process. Because Licefreee Spray is able to kill the eggs, combing is not required.
No, it is not necessary to wash out a little to moderate amount of styling product before using the spray. If there is a large amount, or a strong-hold product, such as spiking gel, it would be best to wash it out of your hair first, dry, and then treat with Licefreee Spray. This will allow the product to work to its full potential without interference.
Licefreee Spray does not break down the protein that lice use to attach nits to your hair strand. To effectively remove the nits and dead lice, use the stainless steel nit comb included with the treatment. It is designed with special close-fitted teeth that are small enough to remove the nits from the hair strand. See our guide How to Use a Lice Comb.
No; Licefreee Spray starts killing lice and nits that come into full contact with the product when it is applied to the hair and scalp. After the hair has dried (naturally), the treatment is complete. The 7-10 day window is a recommended time frame to perform daily head checks in case a louse or egg is missed during the treatment and causes a reinfestation. If during a head check, a live bug or new nits appear, it is recommended to perform a second treatment.
It is impossible to tell with the naked eye if a nit is dead or alive, but our studies have shown that the nits die when treated with Licefreee Spray. That being said, all of the nits have to be saturated with the treatment for the length of time recommended in the directions in order to die. There is a possibility that one was missed. Also dead nits will not fall off the hair follicle, they will stay attached and grow out with your hair if you do not remove them. We are happy to see it sounds like you did everything correctly and you were successful in ending your head lice infestation!
Once the hair has dried naturally the treatment is complete and you (or your child) can go swimming. However, we recommend washing the hair first to remove any loose, dead lice so they aren’t floating in the pool.
Although Licefreee Spray is non-toxic and safe to use as often as you like, it is not necessary to apply the treatment more than one time in a day. It is better to continue to use the nit comb daily to remove any nits you may see in the hair since it may be difficult to find them all in one session. We recommend using Licefreee within 7-10 days to make sure all lice have been killed, or if you see new lice in the hair.
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.
As per the directions on the label, it is best to allow the hair to air dry naturally. We do not recommend wrapping a towel around the hair while it is still damp with the product. Itching or tingling may occur, if it lasts longer than 10 minutes please rinse immediately and discontinue use. Itching during the first three minutes or so could be due to the lice scrambling on the scalp after being sprayed.
The so-called "super lice" have shown resistance to mainstream pesticides found in many OTC head lice treatments. Unlike these neurotoxins, Licefreee products work in a manner that lice cannot become resistant. Licefreee has been shown to be effective against super lice as shown in our efficacy studies.
Once Licefreee Spray has dried you can use whatever method is easier for you to comb the nits out. Washing your hair after Licefreee Spray has completely dried will not affect the effectiveness of the treatment.
Giving the product time to dry ensures the lice and nits are dead. If you comb through before the product has dried, you may encounter live lice and nits. It is best to give the product time to dry before combing, but if you must, wait at least 20 minutes after application.
Licefreee Spray kills nits as well as lice so the nits left in your hair after treatment would be dead as long as they came in contact with the product and it was allowed to dry naturally. Dead nits will not fall off the hair follicle, they will stay attached and grow out with your hair. Some schools do not have a no-nit policy and do not require removal of the nits, so in that instance removing the nits is your choice.
Yes, dead lice should come out of the hair when washed after the treatment. However, nits (head lice eggs) will remain in the hair unless they are combed out. If you choose not to comb out the nits, they will eventually grow out with the hair.
When using Licefreee Spray! you will want to allow the product to dry naturally. This allows the product enough time to stay in contact with the lice and nits to be effective. Using a hair dryer will not help with the effectiveness of the product.
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