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September is Head Lice Awareness Month

Natural Lice Treatment

September starts the beginning of a year long effort to make parents aware of and help them protect their children from head lice and associated risky treatments that contain pesticides. Trying to keep children safe from head lice as well as trying to avoid repeated exposure to hazardous pesticide remedies can make both parents and children overwhelmed.

To help parents remove head lice as well as the stress associated with it, we are proud to provide a simple natural lice treatmentLiceOUT.

Natural head lice treatment

LiceOUT is a pure soap that is able to kill head lice without the use of toxic pesticide treatments. LiceOUT is made plant based and other natural ingredients.

Instead of relying on poisons to kill head lice, Enviro-One LiceOUT™ kills head lice by affecting their shells (exoskeleton). Because headlice exoskeleton is composed of oil-based molecules, LiceOUT‘s colloidal micelle action dissolves the oils on their shells which and cause them to die. Because mammals are not oil-based, but rather aqueous (water)-based, Enviro-One LiceOut™ is absolutely harmless to humans and animals.

LiceOUT can not only be used to kill head lice in your child’s hair, but is also recommended to use in the washer to kill head lice that may be on your sheets and clothing.

LiceOUT is available in two sizes, the 8 oz personal size and the 1 gallon family size.

For more information or to purchase LiceOUT click here.

Customer Testimony

This Soap is absolutely amazing! Our kids came home from school with lice one time and we tried all kinds and many different solutions over-the-counter to get rid of them. Nothing worked. We decided to give this soap a try, and we were absolutely amazed, I got rid of the lice. We love it that the soap is natural, safe for kids and not full of chemicals like most other products.

We have also used it for stain removal and laundry, it works really well.
We really recommend it.

Simona H.