7 out of 10 pediatricians prescribe Natroba for head lice infestations.2

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Get the facts about super lice.

They’re everywhere across 48 states

Super lice are head lice that are harder to kill because they’ve become resistant to the most common over-the-counter (OTC) treatments sold at your local pharmacy.

Today head lice resistance occurs at a rate of nearly 100% in 48 states, not including Alaska and West Virginia.1

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Most over-the-counter products don’t work.

Products containing permethrin 1%, such as Nix® Crème Rinse and CVS Lice Lotion, and pyrethrins, including Rid® Shampoo and store brands like CVS, Walgreens, Equate, Kroger, and McKesson, are no longer reliable.1

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Some patients self-treat an average of 5x

Studies show that many parents may overuse store-bought lice treatments—exposing their children to potential health risks—before seeing their doctor.3

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Nearly 7 in 10 parents couldn’t resolve lice

One study shows that the majority of moms ages 18-35, who had head lice in their households, failed to treat it successfully using over-the-counter products.4

Meet Natroba.
FDA-approved to treat head lice in today’s resistant world.

Natroba (spinosad) Topical Suspension 0.9% is a prescription medication for head lice that is approved for use in children 6 months of age and older.5

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In clinical studies, twice the number of patients using Natroba were lice-free 14 days after the last treatment (with no nit combing), as compared to those using Nix®. What’s more, Natroba has shown no known resistance in head lice.6

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The active ingredient in Natroba is naturally-occurring and targets lice and nits on the scalp and hair without being absorbed into the bloodstream.8 This makes it among the safest head lice treatments available!

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Natroba treats head lice in 10 minutes—no nit combing necessary. Watch this video to learn how to properly apply it to your child’s scalp and hair.

It is not known if Natroba Topical Suspension is safe for children under 6 months of age or in people over age 65.5
In clinical studies of 522 patients using Natroba, the most common side effects were redness of the skin (3%), redness of the eye (2%) and skin irritation where medication was applied (1%).5
These are not all the side effects of Natroba Topical Suspension. For more information and medical advice about side effects, call your doctor.

Ask your doctor if Natroba is right for your family.

If you suspect head lice in your household, not to worry. Check your entire family for lice, then ask your doctor about Natroba.