Skin & Hair

Spinosad

Generic For Natroba
starting at $349.99

Spinosad is a unique topical medication because it is used to manage both lice and scabies. It is derived from the fermentation of a specific bacteria in soil that works to paralyze and kill the organism causing the infestation. In treating lice, spinosad is applied to a dry scalp and hair for 10 minutes, then rinsed in just one application.

  • Used to treat lice infestations in a single, 10-minute application
  • Hair must be washed and shampooed after treatment
  • Spinosad may be repeated in 7 days if live lice are present
  • This treatment is performed in conjunction with the whole lice removal process, including washing clothes, bedding, and accessories in hot water or dry cleaning
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    • Used to treat lice infestations in a single, 10-minute application 

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