ClearLice Head Lice Treatment Shampoo is a natural option for treating lice infestations, using ingredients that come from botanicals, essential oils, and other gentle yet effective sources. The ingredients combine in a powerful way to fight against lice infestations, whether at the egg stage of development (known as nits), or at the adult stage of the lice life cycle.
The shampoo breaks down the bodies of the lice and prevents them from being able to lay new eggs. It also loosens the tacky glue that lice use to make their eggs cling to the shafts of hair (which is why standard shampoos just cannot eradicate the nit problem).
ClearLice treatment shampoo is the best lice treatment shampoo on the market, not only because it effectively targets and treats lice infestations at these stages of development, but because it can do so without the risks that other treatment options pose. The special combination of ingredients are free of poisons and harsh chemicals, and leave hair with a fresh, natural, peppermint scent from the essential oils.
1- lice and nit remover shampoo 8oz. bottle
ClearLice Head Lice Treatment Shampoo breaks down the physical bodies of lice to prevent them from laying eggs and maturing.
Many lice treatment shampoos contain ingredients that will only kill mature lice during an infestation. ClearLice attacks both lice and their eggs, without the need to re-treat the hair a week later (as many other lice treatment formulas will instruct).
Number of reviews:278
I love the smell and the fact that it killed everything and I mean everything... It tangled my hair really bad... But other then that I loved it
It worked great. We had been combing out nits for 7 days. Used this product to finish the process. So far everything looks clear.
Not sure what all is n the shampoo and conditioner. My daughter so loved the way it made her hair look and feel. Thank you so much..
Worked great on all the kids when nothing else helped
Clearlice cleared my granddaughters headlice with the first application and 2 weeks later there are still no further lice observed, thank you.