Clinically proven to eradicate head lice
Easy to apply
Lower Age Limit: Advisory 6 MonthsStorage Information
AmbientPreperation and Usage
Please read the enclosed information leaflet carefully before use.
How to apply:
The spray comes ready assembled. Refer to the leaflet for how to operate the trigger.
Cover the shoulders with a towel.
Be careful not to spray into eyes and face, and do not breathe the spray.
Holding the spray approximately 10cm from the hair carefully spray sufficient solution evenly over dry hair to ensure that the scalp and hair are fully covered and the hair is saturated.
Work into the hair with the fingers or an ordinary comb spreading the liquid evenly from the roots to tips. Allow the hair to dry naturally.
Leave on the hair for at least 8 hours or overnight.
Wash the hair with normal shampoo, rinse thoroughly with water and dry.
It is important that Hedrin? is applied again after seven days to deal with any untreated eggs which may hatch in that time. Failure to repeat the process may result in the return of a louse infestation.
If accidentally introduced into the eyes, flush with water.
Do not continue using Hedrin? if a skin rash or other signs of hypersensitivity occur.
For external use only
Keep hair away from sources of ignition, especially naked flames and burning cigarettes, whilst being treated with Hedrin?. Treated hair can readily burn if ignited.
Hedrin? 4% Lotion is applied to the hair and scalp and is for external use only.
Do not use if you are sensitive to either of the ingredients in Hedrin?.
Children under 6 months should only be treated under medical supervision.
Take care if accidentally spilled as Hedrin? may cause a slip hazard.
Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
Keep the spray in the original carton.
Net Content: 120ml eIngredients
Active Ingredient: Dimeticone 4% w/w, Also contains: Cyclomethicone 5
Please Note: Whilst we make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.