Euky Bear Blitz Nitz Lotion
- Clinically proven to kill lice & eggs
- Fastest treatment on the market – only 5 minutes
- With natural Eucalyptus, Lemon Eucalyptus & Tea Tree Oils
- No harsh chemicals or pesticides
- Suitable for children 2 + years - gentle on hair & skin
- Comes with a quality re-usable shower cap
- Australian made & owned
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Blitz Nitz Lotion is the fastest way to kill head lice without using harsh chemicals. Clinically proven to kill lice in just 5 minutes, it contains natural essential oils (including Eucalyptus, Lemon Eucalyptus and Tea Tree) carefully chosen for their lice-killing properties. It has a fresh natural fragrance the whole family will love.
STEP 1) Solve it – your choice
When a head lice infestation is detected, choose the ‘Blitz” lice-killing method that best suits your needs!
- Blitz Nitz™ Lotion is the fastest treatment on the market, clinically proven to kill head lice and eggs in just 5 minutes
- Blitz Nitz™ Mousse is a non-drip, mess free mousse that’s gentle on hair and skin. It is clinically proven to kill head lice and eggs in 10 minutes.
- Blitz Nitz™ Spray & Go – for when you don’t have time to wait. Spray and in leave in overnight, or send the kids to school while Blitz Nitz kills head lice (5 hours contact time).
Step 2) Maintain
Blitz Nitz™ Shampoo is an everyday shampoo which helps maintain that ‘freshly blitzed’ feeling in between treatments. Blitz Nitz Shampoo also kills head lice – just apply and leave in for 10 minutes.
Step 3) Defend
Next time, be prepared before nits strike! Blitz Nitz™ Spray & Defend is clinically proven to defend against head lice for up to 8 hours, while leaving hair soft and detangled.
Always read the label and use only as directed.
Breaking the Life Cycle
It is recommended that three treatments are needed to break the ‘life cycle’ of head lice. These treatments should occur on Day 1, Day 7 and Day 14.
Day 1 – The day you detect the lice or eggs, blitz them using one of the Blitz Nitz “Solve” options – Lotion, Mousse or Spray & Go.
Day 7 – Blitz again to kill any newly hatched eggs.
Day 14 – Apply your chosen treatment one final time to completely eradicate any last hatchlings.
About Head Lice
Head lice are tiny, wingless insects that live on the scalp and are easily transmitted by head to head contact, which is common amongst young children.
Itching is a common sign of head lice infestation but not the only indicator since some children don’t get itchy scalps. It’s important to check the child’s head for lice on a regular basis, particularly if another family member has been infested or there is an outbreak at your school or day care centre.
1. Apply Lotion to damp or dry hair, from the scalp to the ends. Ensure hair is thoroughly covered with product (don’t forget behind the ears, a favourite hiding spot for nits).
2. Put shower cap on, making sure it covers ears & hairline including the back of the neck.
3. Leave Lotion on for at least 5 minutes.
4. Remove shower cap & thoroughly rinse hair.
5. Also rinse shower cap & hands.
To help deter lice and maintain that freshly blitzed feeling, shampoo with Blitz Nitz Shampoo in between treatments.
Important: Repeat steps 1–5 on days seven and fourteen after the first treatment to break the life cycle and end the infestation.
Water, Ethanol (naturally derived solvent), Eucalyptus Oil (essential oil), Laureth-8 (naturally derived surfactant), Peg-40 hydrogenated castor oil (naturally derived solubiliser), Glycerine (moisturiser), Polysorbate 20 (naturally derived surfactant), Lemon Eucalyptus Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Carbomer, Triethanolamine.
No artificial colours or fragrances.
For external use only. Always read the label and use only as directed. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with face and eyes. If contact does occur, flush with water. Do not use on children under 2 years old without medical advice. A slight tingling sensation may be experienced due to the high concentration of essential oils. This is a normal part of the process. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.
Store below 30°C.