About Head Lice Removal
Head lice and their eggs are typically found close to the scalp and removing them can be a tricky and time-consuming process. However, the right tools can make this task much more manageable. Head lice and nits can be very resilient, so it is important to comb the hair thoroughly and to repeat the combing process every few days for at least two weeks to ensure all nits and egg casings are removed. For best results, pair with our products from the KP24 Treat range and the KP24 Repel and Prevent range.
Looking for the louse lowdown? Dive into The Nitty Gritty to learn the basics about head lice and nits and how to use KP24 products!
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Head Lice Removal: Frequently Asked Questions
How to remove head lice?
Use one of our products from the KP24 Treat range to kill head lice and their eggs. In between treatments use products from the KP24 Remove range including KP24 Rapid Combing Solution, the KP24 Dual Action Lice Comb and the KP24 Lice Egg Remover to help against reinfestation and keep you head lice free.
How long to remove head lice?
KP24’s range of head lice removal products can be used regularly between head lice treatments in order to remove head lice, their eggs and egg casings. KP24 Removal products may be used every few days in between head lice treatments for a couple of weeks in order to help remove any remaining headlice after treatment and prevent reinfestation.
Can you get rid of head lice in one day?
You can effectively treat head lice in a single day using products from the KP24 Treat range. However, it may be necessary to repeat treatment due to the head lice lifecycle (for example, at 14 days) and to use removal products in between treatments in order to remove all head lice and eggs and to prevent reinfestation.
Where to buy KP24 products in Australia?
KP24 products are available in Chemist Warehouse and selected leading and independent pharmacies around Australia.