Directions for use
First things first! Roll up your sleeves and tie up your hair so the little critters can’t get to you too! Then choose the Perfect Dose: for short hair 1 dose should do it and for mid-length to long hair 2/3 doses will probably be enough.
APPLY & MASSAGE IN
Use the applicator brush or your fingers to apply the treatment shampoo to damp hair - from root to tip - and then massage into the scalp. Take care to cover the hair strand by strand and focus on the preferred habitats of lice: neck area and behind ears.
LEAVE THE KIT&COCO TREATMENT TO WORK IT'S MAGIC!
There are two alternative treatment methods available:
• ONE 45 MIN APPLICATION to free you from lice and their eggs in one treatment.
• TWO 15 MIN APPLICATIONS to be used 10 DAYS APART - to treat the lice that might have hatched in the meantime.
When the treatment has been applied, place all of the hair under the shower cap provided – this is a very important part of the overall process, as it keeps the oils warm and on the scalp, while keeping the lice coated in the treatment as they move about.
RINSE & COMB THROUGH
Rinse hair thoroughly - no need to shampoo as the treatment will also clean the hair! Next, take the lice comb and comb it through wet hair, strand by strand and from the roots to the tips.
Clean the lice comb with a dry cloth between each strand to prevent re-infestation.
Spray the protective spray on both the headband and the hair, focusing on the areas preferred by lice: neck area and behind ears. This product is safe to use on any fabric.
Let the product sink into the headband - it will take less than a minute!
Place the headband over the hair ensuring that the sprayed areas are positioned adjacent to the neck and ears - we recommend plaiting the hair or tying it up for extra protection against lice. That’s it, you’re good to go! Your hair will be protected from lice for the next 24 hours! Repeat daily or as needed.
Pump as many dollops of the protective mousse as needed into the palm of your hand.
Spread the product evenly through the hair. Focus on the preferred habitats of lice: neck area and behind ears.
Style as usual.