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Homeopathic Head Lice Gel

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Recommended to us by a school nurse, this nontoxic formula effectively kills lice and eggs upon contact using a natural occurring mineral, natrum muriaticum. It's safe and effective.
  • No harmful pesticides – safe for repeated use (also safe for pregnant women)
  • Use for head, crab and body lice
  • Includes a plastic cap and a stainless steel comb to remove dead lice and eggs
  • 4 fl oz bottle
  • USA made
How to use: Thoroughly apply to dry hair and scalp. Put on included plastic cap for at least 1 hour. Then comb through hair removing any dead lice and eggs; rinse.

Active Ingredient:
Natrum muriaticum 1X (Sodium chloride, USP)
Inactive Ingredients: Aminomethyl propanol, anise oil, carbomer, cocamide DEA, fragrance, polysorbate 20, purified water.

Customer Reviews of Homeopathic Head Lice Gel
Product Rating: 1.0 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 4/19/2014
said: Anonymous User
"Description says head lice, body lice (scabies) and crabs(pubic louse)but requires 1 hour soak with cap. How does this work for all but your head? Scabies lay eggs under the skin and eggs are not touched by a topical solution and I doubt diluted salt water (1X sodium chloride) will kill topical eggs either. You must treat over a course of a week or so to kill any residual eggs after hatching, especially under the skin. A much better remedy is a kept wet and thick clay mud soak/bath for an hour or two or a oil & diatomaceous earth mix to suffocate the hatched lice followed by a good scrub and combing repeated every 5 days for two weeks. "
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- 3/21/2014
said: Anonymous User
""Natrum muriaticum" is sodium chloride - table salt. This product is literally diluted salt water. Please do not try to "cure" your children's lice with this product, you're only harming them and those around you by perpetuating infestation."
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