Listerine for Head Lice?

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Listerine should not be used for the treatment of head lice. The Listerine product label clearly states that 'Do not administer to children below 12 years of age, in case of accidental (oral) overdose, seek out professional assistance or contact a poison control center immediately.' Listerine is an alcohol-based mouth rinse. This product is not sold as a head lice treatment.
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