NYDA head lice treatment spray
NYDA ® lice
spray LICE NERVES. MAKE NYDA ® !
Fast, safe and effective - No. 1 * against head lice and nits
- 10 minutes exposure time
- Effectiveness clinically proven
- With lice comb
- Also available as a double pack
(* Source: Pharmatrend national MAT 08/2019, IQVIA)
Effective treatment of head lice infestation . Lice comb included, only 10 minutes exposure time and clinically proven effectiveness. With the help of two silicone oils that seal the respiratory system of the head lice, larvae and nits, the parasites are effectively killed. The human organism is not burdened. Approved for infants, pregnant women and breastfeeding women.
If a doctor's prescription is presented, the cost of NYDA lice spray for children up to 12 years of age will be reimbursed by health insurance companies. This also applies to young people up to the age of 18 if they have a developmental disorder.
With comb for use against lice and nits
NYDA head lice treatment spray Active ingredients
- Dimeticon, low viscosity
NYDA head lice treatment spray Auxiliary materials
- Triglycerides, medium chain
- Jojoba wax, liquid
- Boabo oil
NYDA® lice spray
Quick solution with a comb
Only 10 minutes exposure time
Lice comb included
- Scientifically proven effectiveness
The fast and effective solution against lice and nits
NYDA® lice spray combats head lice, larvae and eggs with only 10 minutes of exposure time. The effect of the lice remedy is based on the unique 2-step dimeticone: the parasites are effectively killed with the help of two silicone oils that seal the respiratory system of the head lice, larvae and eggs. Due to this physical active principle, the human organism is not burdened and there is no increased risk of allergic reactions.
The pack with the user-friendly pump spray includes a lice comb with which the killed lice and nits are combed out after the treatment.
lice infestation occurs frequently during the lice spray period and usually occurs where many children come together - in kindergartens and schools. Contrary to many prejudices, lice do not nestle in because of poor hygiene. Head lice, while not dangerous, are sometimes very persistent. Physical therapy has proven to be effective for reliably combating the disturbing parasites: The unique 2-step dimeticone contained in NYDA® lice spray penetrates the breathing openings of the lice and nits and thus causes the parasites to suffocate.
NYDA head lice treatment spray Recommendation for use: NYDA® lice spray is used on dry hair. Spray NYDA® lice spray on the hairline and massage the lice agent in thoroughly until the hair is completely moistened. After an exposure time of 10 minutes, comb the hair starting from the hairline with the enclosed lice comb in order to remove the lifeless lice, larvae and nits. After the treatment, wash your hair with a normal shampoo.
The Robert Koch Institute recommends that you repeat the application of each lice remedy after 8 to 10 days.
NYDA head lice treatment spray For children
Head lice mainly affect children. In kindergartens, schools and during leisure activities where many children play and romp together, head lice infestations occur frequently in epidemics that are limited in time and space. NYDA® lice spray fights head lice purely physically without neurotoxins and is therefore even suitable for babies and toddlers.
NYDA head lice treatment spray During pregnancy and lactation
Not every remedy for lice and nits can be used during pregnancy and lactation. NYDA® supplements can be used to effectively fight the parasites without worrying about the baby's well-being.
NYDA head lice treatment spray Preventing infection
If someone in the family is infected with head lice, it is advisable to examine the hair of each family member thoroughly with a lice comb (e.g. NYDA® lice and nit comb). If an active head lice infestation is found, the persons concerned should be treated with NYDA® lice spray on the same day in order to avoid re-infection among each other.
NYDA head lice treatment spray Frequently asked questions and answers
Why does NYDA® lice spray have to be used on dry hair?
NYDA® lice spray fights head lice and their eggs by entering their breathing openings and closing them, which leads to suffocation. Since water has a higher surface tension than NYDA® lice spray, it cannot penetrate the head louse's respiratory system. If NYDA® lice spray is used on wet hair, the product is thinned and can no longer develop its effect. A successful treatment can therefore only be guaranteed when used on dry hair.
Why should a second treatment with NYDA® lice spray take place after 8 to 10 days?
This process is related to the life cycle of head lice. Head louse eggs are very resilient. With some head lice remedies, it is therefore possible that some head louse eggs are not destroyed during the first treatment. Since larvae hatch from their eggs after 7 to 8 days, it is necessary to check the hair again after 8 to 10 days. A new treatment after 8 to 10 days can kill the young lice that have hatched from the remaining eggs in the meantime. This second treatment is based on a recommendation by the Robert Koch Institute and is intended to break the life cycle of the head lice. This recommendation applies to all head lice remedies, even if they are highly effective after one treatment.
What exactly are dimeticones?
Dimeticones are a group of so-called linear polydimethylsiloxanes, silicone oils, which are colorless, odorless and water-repellent liquids. They have a low surface tension and can therefore wet most surfaces, which is crucial for the physical effect against head lice. The ability to penetrate even the smallest openings makes them so effective against lice and nits. The Dimeticone flow into the respiratory orifices (stigmas) of the parasites, displace the air there and suffocate it.
Dimeticones are toxicologically harmless. They are not absorbed by the skin or the mucous membrane. They are used in medicines and cosmetics as ingredients for skin protection ointments, hair styling products, perfumes and toothpaste. They are even used as a remedy for flatulence in babies.