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Using Sklice
is as easy as

Our 10-minute lice treatment
doesn’t require a second application
or annoying nit combing.*

Get Sklice

*A fine-tooth comb or special nit comb
may be used to remove dead lice and nits.

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    Break Tube's Seal

    Hair and scalp must be dry before applying Sklice. Use the top of the cap to break the tube’s seal.

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    Apply Directly to Dry Hair

    Apply Sklice directly to dry hair and scalp. Completely cover the scalp and the hair closest to the scalp, then apply outwards toward the end of hair. Use only the amount needed to completely cover the hair and scalp, up to one entire tube. Then discard the tube and any remaining lotion.

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    Cover Entire Head

    Rub Sklice throughout the hair. It’s important to completely cover the entire head so that all lice and eggs are exposed to the lotion. Make sure that each hair is coated from the scalp to the tip.

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    Leave on for 10 Minutes

    Allow Sklice to stay on hair and scalp for 10 minutes after it’s been applied. Start timing with a timer or clock after you have completely covered the hair and scalp. You or anyone who helps you apply Sklice should wash their hands after application.

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    Rinse with Only Water

    After 10 minutes, rinse Sklice completely from hair and scalp using only water. After rinsing, dry and style as usual. Wait 24 hours before applying shampoo.

Please note:

  • If you have any questions about the right way to apply Sklice, be sure to ask your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist.
  • Sklice should only be used on children when it’s under the direct supervision of an adult.
  • Before you use Sklice, please read the information in our Consumer Information Leaflet.
  • Sklice is a lotion and it’s for topical use only. Do not swallow.
  • Sklice is not for oral, ophthalmic, or intravaginal use.
  • The tube is intended to be used only once—throw away any portion you don’t use.
  • Make sure you avoid any contact with eyes.