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Nit Glue Loosening Foam Mousse

$39.95$59.95

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California’s Lice Clinic (CLC) Nit Glue Loosening Mousse is a must-have! Made without harsh chemicals from strained yeast enzymes and clinically proven to dissolve nit glue!

Have a small family? Our 4oz is good for 1-2 children

Have a large family? Our 8oz is good for 2-3 children

Nit Glue Loosening Mousse highlights:

Easy Steps for Using CLC Nit Glue Loosening Mousse

  1. Protect Your Eyes with a Damp Washcloth: Place a damp washcloth over your eyes to shield them during the treatment. Keep it in place for most of the process.
  2. Moisturize Hair and Scalp, Safeguarding Eyes: Wet your hair and scalp while ensuring your eyes are protected by the cloth.
  3. Apply Mousse Generously: Cover your moist hair and scalp thoroughly with a generous amount of mousse, making sure to saturate from root to tip.
  4. Let the Product Work Its Magic: Allow the mousse to penetrate your hair and scalp for 5 minutes. Do not rinse during this time.
  5. Repeat for Maximum Effectiveness: Apply another round of mousse over the already saturated hair and leave it on for an additional 5 minutes.
  6. Comb Through with CLC Lice Comb: Before rinsing out the mousse, use My Lice Eliminator Comb (available separately) to comb through your hair from root to tip.
  7. Optional Conditioning for Thick Hair: If you have long, thick, or unruly hair, consider adding a dollop of conditioner to the mousse to facilitate easier combing.

Remember, this natural lice treatment loosens the glue that attaches lice eggs to hair. For best results, combine it with CLC products like Dimethicone Lice Oil, Mint Detangling Spray, Mint Shampoo, Conditioner & Lice Comb – ensuring even the tiniest lice are eradicated!

Our products are gentle on your child’s scalp and guaranteed to work the first time. Plus, they’re made in the USA and come with a 100% happiness guarantee or your money back. And yes, adults can use our products too!

How to Use Nit Loosening Mousse in Lice Removal:

  • Suffocate Lice with Dimethicone Oil – Massage the dimethicone oil generously onto your dry scalp, ensuring complete saturation. This process effectively suffocates the lice bugs, preventing them from moving or breathing.
  • Detangle Hair with Mint Detangler – Spray our Mint Detangler (sold separately) onto the ends of your hair to soften and detangle. Then, use a wide-toothed comb to gently comb out any tangles, ensuring smooth and manageable hair.
  • Loosen Eggs with Foam Mousse – Apply our Foam Mousse  to each section of your hair before using the lice comb. This helps loosen the glue of the eggs, making it easier to remove them with the comb later on.
  • Thoroughly Comb Each Section – Section your hair from ear to ear and clip up the strands in sections. Using the lice comb, comb each section of hair in all four directions: up, down, left, and right. Ensure the comb touches the scalp during the process to drag out any nits and lice. Wipe the comb on a white paper towel after each combing movement to monitor progress. Continue combing until the paper towel swipes are completely clear of nits and lice. Apply more oil and mousse if the hair starts to dry out during combing.
  • Overnight Treatment – Sleep with the oil in your hair overnight to maximize effectiveness in suffocating and killing the lice.
  • Wash Out the Oil with Mint Shampoo & Conditioner – In the morning, wash out the dimethicone oil using our Mint Shampoo & Conditioner (sold separately). As the oil is thick for effective lice removal, you may need to wash, rinse, and repeat several times until all of the oil is completely removed from your hair.
  • Repel Lice with Mint Lice Repellent – After drying your hair, spray it with our Mint Lice Repellent (sold separately) to help prevent future infestations.

For extra assurance, repeat all steps 6 days later to ensure complete elimination of lice and their eggs, following the same thorough process for best results.

Since nits can hatch over time, it’s essential to complete the entire process once more six days later to ensure success.
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