Head lice can be stubborn little creatures. By now you are probably tired of the seemingly endless head lice hunting expeditions in your child’s hair.
Paranix, the European market leader for head lice treatment products, has everything you need to get rid of head lice in a comfortable and convenient way. Paranix offers superior head lice treatment solutions for every need – each of them being 100% effective – as well as practical tips & tools to treat head lice and minimize (re) infestation.
WITH DOUBLE ACTION FORMULA TO:
1. Suffocates head lice and egg
2. Dehydrates head lice and eggs
Before using Paranix, it’s important to check the hair of each family member thoroughly and preferably in daylight. Use an anti-lice comb to check dry hair for head lice and treat all those with head lice the same day, in order to avoid re-infestation.
Check DRY hair for head lice using a fine toothed anti-lice comb
Brush to remove tangles, then check the hair lock by lock.
Check at the roots, behind the ears and in the nape of your child’s neck. After each use, carefully clean the comb in lukewarm, soapy water, so as to avoid any further infestation.
Apply Paranix spray
Head lice detected? Start the treatment immediately: Spray ENOUGH Paranix onto dry hair. Hold the spray approximately 10cm from the hair. Be sure to cover all the hair and the scalp.
Massage from the roots to the ends paying particular attention to the neck and behind the ears.
Leave the product on the hair for 15 minutes. This is vital for a successful treatment.
WASH your child’s hair
Apply a sufficient amount of the Paranix after treatment shampoo or a normal shampoo directly onto the hair without first wetting it. Shampoo thoroughly then rinse with water (avoid using cold water).Repeat the washing procedure.
REMOVE the head lice and eggs with a fine toothed anti-lice comb
Divide the WET hair in 4 sections. Start with one section.
Comb each hair lock thoroughly from the roots to the ends to be certain all eggs are removed.
Clean the comb after each lock to avoid re-infestation. Repeat until all sections are combed. The mean combing time varies according to the hair length: long hair +/- 30-35 minutes, medium long hair 25-30 minutes, short hair 15-20 minutes.
Repeat the treatment if necessary
After 7 days check the hair again. Repeat treatment with Paranix again if necessary.
Don’t forget to decontaminate the environment.
Check DRY hair lock by lock for head lice using the enclosed fine toothed anti-lice comb.
Check the roots, behind the ears and in the neck. After each use, carefully clean the comb in lukewarm, soapy water, so as to avoid further re-infestation.
Apply Paranix shampoo
Apply ENOUGH Paranix shampoo evenly onto DRY hair. Massage well from roots to tips and pay particular attention to the neck and behind the ears. Make sure the hair and scalp are completely saturated. Leave it on for 10 minutes. This is vital for a successful treatment.
WASH your child’s hair
Add sufficient water to the hair to work up foam. Wash and rinse the hair thoroughly. Be sure to rinse everything out.
Remove the head lice and eggs with the fine anti-lice comb
Before drying the hair, divide the hair in 4 sections. Start with one section and comb thoroughly with the Paranix anti-lice comb to remove lice and eggs. Clean the comb after each lock, to avoid re-infestation.
Repeat the treatment after 7 days.
After 7 days, repeat the entire treatment to ensure the life cycle of the lice is completely broken. Any eggs that could have hatched since the first treatment can also be eliminated.
2. prefer the warmest places on the human head, e.g., behind the ears or in the nape of the neck.
3. have nothing to do with hygiene. Head lice do not discriminate between short or long, or clean or dirty hair.
4. feed on human blood from the scalp up to four times a day.
5. bite through the scalp and inject a substance, saliva. This irritates the scalp and causes itching. do not carry diseases, but scratching can break the skin, leaving it open to infection cannot survive for longer than 2 to 3 days outside of hair.
6. can survive hair washing by gripping on tightly to hair, and closing the holes along the sides of their bodies through which they breathe.
7. cannot jump, hop, fly or swim.
8. reproduce very quickly. Female head lice can lay up to 10 eggs a day. The eggs are usually found near the hair root, close to the scalp. They are more difficult to remove. So, the earlier you detect head lice the easier you can get rid of them.
Female lice lay up to 10 eggs a day.
Eggs – After 7 days Nymphs – After 10 days
2. are transparent. This makes them difficult to detect in hair. Once they have fed, head lice turn brown-red. They lay their pearly-white eggs close to the scalp. In some cases you can find dead eggs, which are brownish in colour or empty egg cases, also known as nits, that are white and look a bit like dandruff.
3. The eggs hatch after 7 days. These ‘baby head lice’ are called nymphs.
4. After 10 days, nymphs become mature adults ready to lay eggs. Adult head lice live about 30 days. In that time, female head lice can lay 200 to 300 eggs.
2. love schools. While playing children come into intense contact with each other. That is why children are affected by head lice more often than adults.
3. can also be transmitted via a scarf, a helmet or a brush. You cannot become infested by eggs. Eggs do not move. Only head lice move.
2. Clinically proven.
2. Tie up or braid long hair.
3. Wear a swimming cap in the swimming pool.
4. Disinfect the area: wash the bedding at 60°C. Vacuum the house and car, and then throw the bag away.