Licefreee! Non-Toxic Lice Killing Hair Gel



3 easy steps! Apply gel as directed, comb out dead lice and nits, then rinse hair with water. When used as directed, your child will be lice free and able to return to school. Directions: Adults and children 6 months of age and older: Shake well. Remove cap and tamper evident seal; replace with enclosed root applicator. Apply to dry hair and entire scalp, starting at the nape of the neck and behind ears (where lice congregate) and work forward. Thoroughly saturate all hair and scalp; to be effective, all lice and nits must come in full contact with the product. Put plastic cap on head and leave on for at least 60 minutes; for best results stay in a warm room. With product still in hair, remove plastic cap and comb out all dead lice and nits with enclosed fine toothed comb; rinse comb out under running water. Once all lice and nits are combed out, rinse hair thoroughly with warm running water. Thoroughly inspect and comb hair and scalp a second time to ensure complete removal of all lice and nits. Licefreee! May be used as often as necessary; a second treatment in 7-10 days is recommended to kill any newly hatched lice. Children under 6 months of age: do not use, consult a doctor. Other information: store at 59 - 86 degrees F (15 - 30 degrees C). Combing tips: Work under bright light such as near a lamp or natural sunlight. Leave Licefreee gel in the hair while combing out dead lice and nits. Use a comb or brush to remove tangles before using the nit comb. Remove dead lice and nits by working through small, 1 inch sections. Insert the comb as close to the scalp as possible and then slide to the ends of the hair strand. Lice lay their eggs close to the scalp where it is warm. After each pass through the hair, rinse comb in water and wipe on a paper towel to remove the dead lice and nits. It can be difficult to find every nit with the first comb through. Nit combing can be repeated daily until you have found all of the nits. Includes a stainless steel comb.



Licefreee!® Non-Toxic Lice Killing Hair Gel. Conditioning formula. Kills lice & nits through dehydration. Patented metal comb eliminates dead lice & nits. Pesticide free, homeopathic formula. Easy-to-use root applicator. Apply to roots without the mess.

Other Description

Tec Labs. Licefreee!® gel kills lice & nits. Head lice are very small, varying in size from 1/16" to 1/8" (about the size of a sesame seed.). Licefreee!® gel is: 100% effective metal comb recommended by school nurses and pharmacists. Does not contain harmful pesticides (permethrin, pyrethrum or lindane). Conditioning formula kills lice and nits through dehydration. Herbal spice scent makes application pleasant for parent and child. Safe for repeated applications, you do not have to wait 7-10 days. For more information and to watch "How to use Licefreee!" video visit Lice killing hair gel. Finally, a safe way to kill lice without potentially toxic pesticides. Uses: For the treatment of: Head lice. Pubic (crab) lice. Body lice. Questions? Call 1-800-482-4464. Serious side effects can be reported to this number. ©2013 Tec Laboratories, Inc.


Active Ingredient - Purpose. Natrum Muriaticum 2X HPUS (Sodium Chloride, USP) - Pediculosis Remedy. Inactive Ingredients: Aminomethyl Propanol, Anise Oil, Carbomer, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Fragrance, PEG-6 Caprylic/Capric Glycerides, Purified Water.


For external use only.
Ask a doctor before use if you have:
Infestation of eyebrows or eyelashes.
When using this product:
Do not use in or near the eyes.
Do not permit contact with mucous membranes, such as inside the nose, mouth, or vagina, as irritation or stinging may occur.
Close eyes tightly while hair is being rinsed; do not open eyes until product is rinsed out.
Tingling may occur during the first 10 minutes of application; this is normal and should go away; if it doesn't, rinse hair immediately and discontinue use.
Stop use and ask a doctor if:
Skin irritation or infection is present or develops.
Keep out of reach of children.
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.