2. Treat

Removing Head Lice Is As Easy As 1-2-3

  1. Apply Treet-It® Anti-Lice Gel-Cream to dry hair, making sure all the hair is covered.
  2. Massage into scalp and hair for 5 minutes. Ensure that the areas behind the ears and neck are covered.
  3. Comb out the hair using the Fine-Toothed Comb provided. Start from the scalp and comb in one direction to the hair tip. Wipe the comb clean on a tissue after each stroke, before combing again.
  4. Remember a complete comb through can take anything between 1 to 3 hours, depending on the length and thickness of the hair.
  1. Wash the hair with Treet-It® Therapeutic Tea Tree Oil Shampoo.
  2. Massage into wet hair and scalp, lather and rinse thoroughly.
  3. Dry hair completely.
  4. Repeat if needed.
  5. The Treet-It® Therapeutic Tea Tree Oil Shampoo may also be used as a normal daily shampoo for healthy looking hair and scalp.

Please note: If shampoo gets into eyes, rinse out with warm water immediately.

  1. The Treet-It® Anti-Lice Maintenance Spray can be used as part of the Treet-It® Anti-Lice treatment AND as a Preventative Spray against re-infestation.
  2. To treat Lice Infestation
    Spray onto dry hair, ensuring it reaches the scalp. Make sure to cover the areas behind the ears and the neck. Continue to use for another 5 to 7 days, paying close attention to the hair roots and scalp. If re-infestation occurs repeat the entire treatment.
  3. As a Preventative Spray
    Spray onto dry hair in the morning or more often as required, ensuring that the spray reaches the scalp. Please note, Treet-It® Anti-Lice Maintenance Spray is only a preventative spray and should not be used as a treatment for lice on its own.
  4. Wash items such as sheets, pillowcases, headbands, hats etc. in very hot water.

The complete treatment, regime should be followed for at least 2 days.

Combing out and Washing the hair twice daily, thereafter continue using the Maintenance Spray for a further 5 to 7 days.

The effectiveness of the Treet-It Anti-Lice products used will depend on the accuracy with which these instructions are followed.

Lice must be manually combed out of the hair, using a fine-toothed comb.

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