Lice & Egg Shampoo

Lice & Egg Shampoo

Eliminate lice and eggs without toxic chemicals

LiceGuard’s Lice & Egg Shampoo is an effective and safe way to remove lice, eggs and nits from your child’s hair. Our non-toxic and pesticide-free shampoo loosens the grip lice and eggs have on hair, and is proven to remove 3x as many lice and eggs when compared to combing alone. Simply shampoo and then use our Combing Package to comb out the lice, eggs and nits from your child’s hair.  **AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY**

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Contains:

  • Lice and Egg Shampoo (4 oz.)

Use this to:

  • Eliminate lice, eggs and nits from hair
  • Prepare hair for combing with a lice comb

Benefits:

  • Effective - Comb out 3x as many lice and eggs, and be lice-free faster
  • Safe – No exposure to harmful chemicals or pesticides for you and the environment
  • Easier to Comb – Your hair will be conditioned and easier to comb
  • Smells Great – It smells as great as it works
  • Conditions Hair – Helps your hair, as compared to competitors who chemically damage hair

Advantages:

 LiceGuard
Shampoo
Toxic
Shampoo
Removes lice, eggs, and nits yes yes
Non-toxic and pesticide-free yes no
Safe for Daily Use yes no
Works on resistant lice yes no
Effect on Hair

Conditions and Repairs

Chemical Damage

Breaks the grip that binds lice and eggs to hair

LiceGuard’s Lice Shampoo contains a special ingredient that loosens the grip of lice and breaks the glue that binds the lice eggs/nits to the hair shaft. In a clinical trial, LiceGuard's Lice Shampoo removed more than 3x as many lice and eggs compared to combing alone. Getting rid of eggs will break the infestation cycle faster, as they won’t be around to hatch, become adult lice, and then lay their own eggs.

Non-toxic and pesticide-free

One effective but dangerous method of killing lice is by using toxic shampoos that contain pesticides such as Pyrethrum or Permethrin. Many people don’t realize that these powerful chemicals are the active ingredients in household bug killers, and work by attacking the louse’s central nervous system.

Unfortunately, these toxins can also harm people. Pesticide shampoos generally leave a toxic residue on the hair for a few days, and as children scratch their heads, poisons can get absorbed into the scalp, on their fingers, and then into their eyes, nose or mouth. Government studies suggest that these toxins increase the likelihood of Leukemia, and doctors strongly warn that pregnant women, children with colds, and people with asthma or other respiratory conditions should not use pesticide based solutions.

You may understandably not want to put toxic chemicals on your child’s head. LiceGuard’s Lice Shampoo does not use any toxic chemical or pesticides so it is safe for you and the environment.

Conditions the hair

LiceGuard’s Lice Shampoo special formula contains several ingredients that soften and condition the hair, making the hair more manageable, less tangled, and easier to comb.

Smells great

LiceGuard’s Lice Shampoo is specially formulated to work well without that chemical smell. It smells so good in fact that we have customers who don’t even have lice but still use our shampoo because of its cleaning abilities, fresh scent, and conditioning properties.

This section shows how to use LiceGuard’s Lice Shampoo to comb out lice, eggs and nits. Watch the video to see it in action, or review the highlights below.

Video

 

 

Shampoo

Shake the Lice Shampoo bottle well before use.

Simply shampoo into hair, creating a lather. You can apply the shampoo in the shower, tub, or while sitting in chair, whichever is most convenient. Wait 3-5 minutes before rinsing thoroughly.

 

Combing Out Lice, Eggs and Nits

You next will remove the lice, eggs and nits by combing your wet hair with a lice comb.

For tangled hair, we recommend that you first brush well with your own regular brush to remove all knots.

Then, use a lice comb to remove the lice and eggs. The lice live behind the ears and at the nape of the neck ¼ inch from the scalp, so begin by paying special attention to those areas and comb using the fine-tooth comb. Eggs/nits can live anywhere on the hair, so continue combing from the root all the way through the entire hair length.

To treat longer hair, first divide the hair into sections, and comb small sections one at a time.

Clean the comb thoroughly by brushing the comb with the cleaning brush and by rinsing in soapy water. Clean after each section or as needed.

Repeat combing, lifting and pinning for the rest of the hair.

Repeat these steps daily until all the lice, eggs, and nits are gone.