Medicine containing Permethrin 1% to treat head lice
10 minute treatment
Easy to use
Only one treatment needed
Suitable from six months of age
Suitable for asthmatics
Lower Age Limit: Advisory 6 MonthsStorage Information
Do not store above 25?C
Keep container in the outer carton
AmbientPreperation and Usage
How to use Lyclear Cr?me Rinse
Shampoo the hair with a mild shampoo. Do not use combined shampoo conditioner or a medicated shampoo. Rinse thoroughly and towel dry so that the hair remains damp.
After shaking the bottle thoroughly, apply sufficient Lyclear Creme Rinse to saturate the hair, roots and scalp. Work methodically through the hair and remember to pay particular attention to the areas behind the ears and around the nape of the neck. For the majority of individuals all of the contents of this pack will be required to ensure that the hair and scalp are well saturated.
Leave Lyclear Creme Rinse on the hair for 10 minutes. An application for longer than 10 minutes will not give better results, but a full 10 minutes is required.
Rinse thoroughly with water. After the final rinse and while the hair is still wet, use the comb provided in the pack to remove the lice and eggs. Comb the hair in sections from the roots and work over the whole head in this way. Normal hair drying routines can then be followed
For use on adults and children from 6 months. Read the instructions before use.Safety Warnings
Keep out of the reach of sight of children
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
Net Content: 59ml eIngredients
Active ingredients: Permethrin 1% w/w, Other ingredients: Isopropyl, Steralkonium Chloride, Cetyl Alcohol, Ceteth-10 (Polyoxyl 10 Cetyl Ether), Hydroxyethylcellulose, Hydrolysed Animal Protein, Methyl Parahydroxybenzoate, Balsam Fir Canada, Propyl Parahydroxybenzoate, Fragrance 06.070, Propylene Glycol, E110, Anhydrous Citric Acid and Purified Water
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