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LICENER

For the treatment of head lice and lice-eggs

Shampoo on a natural basis for the elimination of head lice and lice-eggs in a single treatment of 10 minutes

Eliminates head lice and lice-eggs

  • 100% effective, clinically proven*
  • The single treatment takes only 10 minutes
  • Based on natural active ingredients (neem-extract)
  • No additional washing needed
  • Free of insecticides
  • Not inflammable
  • Non-toxic, very mild
  • No development of resistance
  • Clinically and dermatologically tested*

LICENER is registered as Medical Device Class I.

Licener - single treatment

 

References:

  1. J. Heukelbach, F.A.S. Oliveira and R. Speare (February 2006) A new shampoo based on neem (Azadirachta indica) is highly effective against head lice in vitro, Parasitol Res 99:353-356
  2. Prof. Dr. Ghaffar, Prof. Dr. Mehlhorn and PD Dr. Klimpel (May 2009) Tests on the efficacy of some compounds as antilouse repellent or control shampoo
  3. B. Hall, I. Burgess (June 2009) Report of tests to establish the efficacy of three formulations against head lice, in comparison to a water control
  4. Prof. Dr. H. Mehlhorn, Prof. Dr. F. Ghaffar et. all. (April 2011) Ovicidal effects of a neem seed extract preparation on eggs of body and head lice, Parasitol Res.
  5. Prof. Dr. H. Mehlhorn (April 2011) Report on the efficacy of an antilice product (brand name: Licener) submitted by Pronova Laboratories BV (The Netherlands) on its ovicidal, larvicidal and adulticidal effects on human head and body lice
  6. Prof. Dr. F. Ghaffar and Dr. M. Semmler (2007) Efficacy of neem seed extract shampoo on head lice of naturally infected humans in Egypt, Parasitol Res 100: 329-332
  7. Prof. Dr. F. Ghaffar (May 2011) Report on the efficacy of a single treatment of head lice with a neem seed extract (Licener): a clinical field study and in-vitro experiments
  8. Dermatological report on human patch test, Dermatest
  9. W.F. Pitterman, W. Lehmacher et. all., (May 2008) Treatment against blood-sucking insects without skin irritation, SOFW-Journal 134

 

Learn more about LICENER Single Treatment: www.licener.com

 

For the treatment of head lice and lice-eggs