Hedrin should be applied to dry hair. The hair should be fully covered with Hedrin from roots to tip.
Hedrin 4% Lotion
Should be left to dry for eight hours or overnight, and re-applied again after seven days.The active ingredient (Dimeticone) is carried in Cyclomethicone (a silicone commonly used in hair conditioners) which evaporates, leaving the Dimeticone coating the louse.
Because the hair dries off, it is not at all unpleasant to leave the lotion on. Hedrin is then easily washed out.
Specially formulated with non-volatile ingredients and clinically proven to kill head lice in one go. It should be left on the hair for at least 15 minutes (or longer if more convenient).
To remove, apply shampoo directly to the entire surface of dry hair without first wetting it, shampoo thoroughly then rinse with water. Repeat the process, then apply conditioner, rinse and dry. Hedrin Once contains anti-foaming ingredients so the shampoo will not lather readily. If necessary, repeat the whole procedure remembering to apply shampoo directly to dry hair.
Hedrin Treat & Go
Is applied to the hair and can then be dried with a hairdryer or left to dry naturally.
Because the product is hardly noticeable on hair, children and parents can carry on with their day while Hedrin Treat & Go works to kill lice. Hedrin Treat & Go can also be used overnight. After eight hours, the product can be rinsed out easily.
What if I can still see lice?
If re-infestation does occur, Hedrin may be used again. Dead lice can be washed or brushed out easily after treatment and any nits (empty egg cases) can be removed with the fingers or fine toothed comb.
How much will I need?
A little Hedrin goes a long way. The amount needed depends entirely upon the length of hair to be treated. A 50ml bottle should be sufficient for a two-dose treatment of short hair. Longer hair or multiple treatments will require a larger bottle.