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Resultz Head Lice Treatment

Resultz Head Lice Treatment is an over-the-counter medicated liquid to treat head lice. The active ingredient in Resultz Head Lice Treatment, Isopropyl Myristate, will dissolve the waxy, outer shell of the lice. This shell normally protects the lice from dehydration. Without the shell, the lice will dehydrate, become unable to move, and eventually die.

Lice are little insects that eat human blood. You can get lice from another person via head-to-head contact, or by using items belonging to someone who has head lice. These personal items can include such things as combs, hats, and earphones. Lice can crawl, but cannot jump or fly. The eggs or nits that the female lice lay adhere to hair with a waterproof, sticky substance.

In addition to using Resultz Head Lice Treatment as instructed to treat a head lice outbreak, you will need to take other measures to eradicate the infestation, including washing combs, and washing linens, clothing, and towels in hot water and drying them in a hot dryer.

Resultz Head Lice Treatment is odor and color free. One of the best things about Resultz Head Lice Treatment is that unlike other head lice treatments, it is not formulated with Permethrins or Pyrethrins. That is good news for those who are allergic or sensitive to chrysanthemums or ragweed.

Side effects are not expected with this head lice treatment, but if sensitivity, irritation or other side effects occur, discontinue use and see your doctor. Resultz Head Lice Treatment can be used on anyone in your family, as long as they are at least two years old.

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