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Licefreee! is America's best-selling non-toxic brand of head lice treatment products. Manufactured here in the USA, Licefreee! is a favorite among parents, school nurses and school administrators as the trusted solution for head lice infestation.

Need a product to treat head lice? Forget smelly, toxic chemicals such as permethrin and pyrethrum. Solve your head lice problem with the America’s original non-toxic lice treatment products from Licefreee!®

Licefreee! brand head lice treatment products are homeopathic using a naturally occurring mineral, sodium chloride (salt), to kill head lice and their eggs (called nits). The treatments smell pleasant, like black licorice, and are safe to use on children 6 months and older. If your child was generous and shared their head lice infestation with you, don’t worry. Licefreee! is strong enough for mom and dad’s hair too!

Licefreee!® Gel is our original product for non-toxic head lice treatment and has been a favorite of school nurses and pediatricians since its launch in 2000. The gel suspends lice while it goes to work killing both lice and eggs.

No time to treat head lice? No problem. Licefreee Spray!® is the choice for you. Just saturate dry hair with Licefreee Spray! and it begins working on contact to kill head lice and eggs in one step! Combing out the nits is not necessary for the treatment to be effective, but we include a professional nit comb in case your school has a no-nit policy.

Licefreee Spray!® also makes self-treatment easy. Because you just have to spray and go, Licefreee Spray! is the best choice for parents who have to apply a lice treatment to themselves.

Reoccurring head lice infestations can be very frustrating for families, and purchasing multiple lice treatment products can become costly. Washing hair with Licefreee® Everyday! Shampoo in place of your normal shampoo can help avoid reinfestation. Licefreee Everyday! Shampoo can be used as a maintenance shampoo on all family members after treating head lice, or when you have been notified of a lice outbreak at school.