The most common symptom of lice is itching. There are different symptoms, depending on which type of lice one has. Head lice may not cause any symptoms at first. Itching on the scalp may start weeks or even months after lice have started to spread. Scratching can make the skin raw. The raw skin may ooze clear fluid or crust over, and it may get infected. Pubic lice cause severe itching. Body lice cause very bad itching, especially at night. Itchy sores appear in the armpits and on the waist, torso, and other areas where the seams of clothes press against the skin.
Head Lice, Body Lice, Pubic lice, itching, Scratching
How to use
2 months or older/Adult: Apply to wet hair until hair and scalp are saturated (especially behind the ears and on the nape of the neck). De-Lice is intensively lathered in the hair, making sure that every single hair shaft is sufficiently covered from root to tip. Leave hair for 5-10 minutes and rinse with water. Use of small tooth lice comb may also be beneficial to remove remaining nits.
After the first use, repeat within a week to kill remaining and hatched lice.