Pronto Lice Egg Remover has been clinically proven to remove up to 35% more nits in just 5 minutes than lice killing shampoo alone. It actually loosens the bond between the egg and your child's hair. So egg removal is easier and faster. Use this product only after treating with Pronto Shampoo or any other lice killing shampoo.
Purified Water, Dimethyl Isosorbide, Acetic Acid, PPG-5-Ceteth-20, Cyclomethicone (and) Dimethicone, Dimethicone Bisamino Hydroxypropyl Copolyol, Xanthan Gum, Fragrance.
To make lice egg removal faster and easier
The removal of dead lice and their eggs from hair can be a long, tedious process because the nits are attached to the hair with a glue-like substance. Pronto Lice Egg Remover actually loosens the bond between the egg and the hair. So egg removal is easier and faster. Pronto Lice Egg Remover also contains conditioners to detangle hair and includes a special metal comb to make the entire comb out process faster and easier.
For external use only. Do not use near the eyes. Keep out of eyes when rinsing hair. Keep out of reach of children.
Use after shampooing with a lice killing shampoo
Towel dry hair
Apply Pronto Lice Egg Remover to head until all hair and scalp is thoroughly wet with product. Make sure product covers the area behind the ears and at the nape of the neck where there are more likely to be eggs (nits). Keep out of eyes. Leave in hair for 3 minutes before combing.
Use the enclosed special Pronto metal-toothed comb to comb out dead lice and their eggs. Part hair into sections and clip back. Comb out one section at a time. It's extremely important to comb out
dead lice and eggs.
If hair begins to dry, you can apply additional product.
When you have finished combing, rinse hair thoroughly with warm water.
2 fl. Oz. (59 ml) plastic bottle.
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