Use as a daily shampoo and conditioner with the added benefit of natural ingredients Tea Tree Oil and Lemon Eucalyptus that work to help prevent head lice, leaving your child with naturally healthy, head lice-free hair. Simply apply generously to wet hair, lather and then rinse.
- Cleans, conditions and defends!
- Specially formulated for kids’ finer hair and sensitive scalps
- Contains Camomile and Panthenol to gently cleanse and condition hair and scalp
- Leaves a natural fresh fragrance
- Contains natural head lice repellents Tea Tree Oil and Lemon Eucalyptus
* Camomile: It is said to have soothing effects on skin and is well known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant characteristics and stimulating skin metabolism.
* Lemon Eucalyptus Oil: Eucalyptus trees originate from Australia, Tasmania and Eastern Indonesia. The oil from the leaves has proven antibacterial properties. It contains Para-menthane-3.8-diol, which is used as a natural ingredient in insect repellents and helps prevent head lice infestation.
Normally, head lice will "sniff" out a host, finding their victims through smell. Lemon Eucalyptus oil with its natural, fresh fragrance is used to help prevent lice infestation. Infestation can be prevented by generally hindering lice from "sniffing" their victims and infesting them creating an environment that they would find less pleasant.
* Panthenol: It is also known as provitamin B5. It enhances and improves the ability of skin and hair to retain moisture, calms itches, has an anti-inflammatory effect and soothes stressed scalps.
* Tea Tree Oil: For centuries, Aborigines in Australia have used boiled tea tree leaves to heal open wounds, skin infections and colds. In 1925, the antibacterial effect of tea tree oil was academically proven. Its high content of Terpinen-4-ol repels insects, which is why it is recommended for head lice prevention.
* Lemongrass: it is a fragrant tropical grass closely related to citronella, native to tropical Asia, and is cultivated in India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Africa, Madagascar, the Seychelles, South and tropical North America. Citral is the main constituent of lemongrass and gives it the sweet, lemony smell that is disliked by insects, making it a good choice to help repellency.