A200 Lice Killing Shampoo, Maximum Strength - 2oz
- SKU: 603642
- UPC: 39581400250
- Size: 2 OZ
- Manufacturer: HOGIL PHARM
First: Shampoo. 1. Apply product to the affected area until all the hair is thoroughly wet. 2. Allow affected area to soak for 10 minutes but no longer. 3. Add sufficient warm water forming a lather. Continue shampooing as usual. 4. Rinse affected area thoroughly as to remove the product. Second: Comb hair with the A200 comb. 1. After rinsing thoroughly, comb hair using the special A200 Lice/Nit Comb supplied to remove dead lice and their eggs (nits). 2. Check for nits and recomb if necessary. 3. Wait 7 to 10 days and repeat this process as to kill any newly hatched lice. To prevent reoccurrence: Disinfect all personal items by machine washing in very hot water. When drying personal items use the hot cycle for a minimum of 20 minutes. Other items that cannot be washed should be treated with A200 Spray. Carpeting, sofas etc. can be sprayed and vacuumed thoroughly.
Active Ingredients: Pyrethrum Extract Equivalent to .33% Pyrethrins, Piperonyl Butoxide (4.0%). Other Ingredients: Benzyl Alcohol, C13-C14 Isoparaffin, Fragrance, Isopropyl Alcohol, Octoxynol-9, Water.
In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional assistance or call a poison control center. As with any drug, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby, seek the advice of a health professional before using this product. Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children. 1. Use with caution on persons allergic to ragweed. 2. For external use only. Do not use near the eyes or permit contact with the mucous membranes, such as inside the nose, mouth or vagina, as irritation may occur. Keep out of the eyes when rinsing hair. Adults and children: Close eyes tightly and do not open until product is rinsed out. Also protect children's eyes with washcloth, towel or other suitable material, or by a similar method. If product gets into the eyes, flush with water immediately. 3. If skin irritation or infection is present or develops, discontinue use and consult a physician. Consult a physician if infestation of eyebrows or eyelashes occurs.