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Nix Lice Treatment Creme Rinse And Nit Removal Comb
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This product utilizes one of the most common over-the-counter topical insecticides, permethrin. For these types of products to be effective, patients must carefully follow the instructions and reapply the treatments at the proper intervals, usually 7-10 days after the initial treatment. There is evidence of permethrin-resistant lice infestations. If this product fails to treat a lice infestation or causes noticeable irritation on the scalp, patients should follow-up with their doctor. Parents of infants younger than two months and pregnant/nursing women should check with their doctor before using this product.
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May 23, 2013
BOTH of my kids caught head lice at school within a few days of each other. I was ready to shave their heads and be done with it!!! Thank goodness the nix didthe hard work for me!! Killed those suckers right away.
May 23, 2013
This is the only reason I can still work at a daycare.
May 27, 2013
This was recommended to me by another parent, and it seemed to do the trick pretty well. The combs are great and the stuff seemed strong enough because it just had to be applied once. If my son got lice again, I would use this again.
June 30, 2014
Dont waste your time and money on generic or store brands . I used cvs lice shampoo, follewed instructions , the lice were still alive after the shampoo. had to go get Nix.... i know it works...4 grown kids, 6 grandbabies, ive got plenty of experience... but still learning dont try to save a couple of dollars. it ends up costing twice as much. go with Nix.
August 27, 2014
I am NOT happy with Nixx at all! Yes, for the first treatment, it's fine but it does NOT kill the eggs as the box says! I treated my daughter with Nixx 5 times!!! And, we still have eggs that are hatching! I am beside myself as we have torn our house apart - vacuuming, spraying with RC spray, washing in hot and drying in hot, putting items in the freezer, and washing my daughter's bedding EVERYDAY to try and keep the bugs from spreading. NIxx needs to change their packaging so it doesn't say that it kills eggs, because it doesn't! I would like my money back as we have spent over $100 on Nixx alone and are now buying a different product. Altogether it's cost us more than $300 thus far with sprays, new product, etc. and that doesn't include hot water bill costs or detergent costs! We have done EVERYTHING right, no conditioner on the hair, etc. and the bugs keep coming back with Nixx because the eggs don't die! A VERY frustrated and upset mom
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