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Con Effectively get rid of lice and nits in just 10 minutes with one application of AntiPiojos ISDIN. Also AntiPiojos ISDIN lice-repellent spray protects you and yours effectively in high-risk environments, preventing re-infestation.
AntiPiojos ISDIN is a pediculicide treatment with a pleasant gel-shampoo texture that effectively eliminates lice and nits. Easy and comfortable to apply, it is formulated with the natural ingredient Neemtech.
In 2 steps, guaranteed efficacy
The correct application is key for the treatment’s success. The incorrect application of the product is usually one of the main causes of treatment failure.
Apply and massage the product onto dry hair for 10 minutes. Use enough product to ensure that your hair and entire scalp are well covered.
After the application time (10 minutes), rinse the hair thoroughly with warm water.
AntiPiojos ISDIN has been clinically tested in real use conditions. Covers, immobilises and suffocates lice that die from asphyxiation and dehydration. It also penetrates in the spiracles and destroys nits. With a physical mechanism of action that prevents resistance.
In many cases, proper treatment may not yield results due to re-infestation. Re-infestation can be caused by repeated contact with infested individuals who have not been treated or have not been treated properly. In order to effectively combat lice infestation, it is important to take preventative measures on a social level, as well as using repellents.
The first indication of lice is the constant scratching and incessantly complaining of an itchy head. Diagnosis can be confirmed by inspecting the head and identifying the presence of lice and/or nits.
Because of their habits and daily activities, adults are currently not as prone to lice. However, they are not immune to lice infestations, which tend to be localised on the head, and sometimes the eyebrows, eyelashes and beard.
Although there is no evidence to suggest that girls’ hair attracts lice more than boys’ hair, the likelihood of lice infestation is greater in girls than in boys. This may be because, at certain ages, girls play games which involve more direct hair-to-hair contact and share certain objects like hairbands, combs, hair ties for pony tails or hair clips.
To prevent a lice infestation, children’s hair must be regularly inspected. It is important to thoroughly inspect their heads, using a nit comb if possible, especially if there is an outbreak at school. There are also very effective preventive products such as lice repellents, although they should only be used after an infestation to prevent reinfestation and further spreading.
No. There is no reason to keep children out of school if the pediculicide treatment has been applied at home. Once the treatment has been correctly applied, children can go back to school. However, it is important for the parents to let know the school if their child has lice in order to prevent further spreading as well as to take the necessary measures.
No. Head lice do not live on pets. It is extremely rare for lice to infest domesticated animals.