The Anatomy of an eco.kid label

1 - Product Certification Seal
These seals are required on the front and back of the package indicating these panels have bee audited by the ACO Certification Ltd to the organic standard mentioned.
2 - Ingredient Panel
Ingredients are listed from highest (most active) to lowest down to a level of 1% as per the global INCI (International Cosmetics Ingredient Standard). Ingredients below 1% can be listed in any order. Special denotations are mandatory under the organic standards to identify the ingredients from certified organic origin.
3 - QR Code
A scannable link from your phone directly to our website for more information.
4 - Organic Standard Declaration
A mandatory declaration under the organic standards to identify the exact percentage of ingredients from a natural and certified organic origin. The ingredients, formulation, labels and manufacturing are all audited by the ACO Certification Ltd on a yearly basis.
5 - Period After Opening (PAO)
General life of product after opening if in normal controlled temperature conditions. May be reduced if left in extreme temperatures i.e. hot sun etc. The product is tested to a minimum of three years stability before opening and therefore dose not carry Use By Date.
6 - Australian Made Symbol
100% Officially Registered Australian Made manufactured in South Australia. The formulations are audited and approved by Australian Made based on their true base of manufacture.
7 - Synthetic Moieties Declaration
Full transparency regarding the percentage of synthetic molecules in the formulation. We do not add synthetic moieties however small trace elements of synthetic moieties may be part of an ingredient that we purchase and therefore are unavoidably added to the formulations as we incorporate the ingredient.

SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING ANIMAL TESTING: Eco.kid labels are compliant to the EU Labelling Standards for cosmetics. The mentioning of “no animal testing” is considered misleading on packaging under EU legislation. None of our products are ever tested on animals.


Never use Water-based product to remove headlice eggs.

Schools often send notes home instructing parents to comb the hair with conditioner to inspect for headlice. Although well meaning, this advice is not as helpful as it is intended to be.

Water-based product will swell human hair 15% within 2 minutes making the lice eggs more difficult to remove.

Oil-based products will not swell the hairshaft and are transparent making it much easier to identify the live lice and much easier to remove lice and thier nit eggs from the hair.


Oil-based Are the Best Headlice Treatments

Oil-based Headlice combing solution and headlice treatments are the best choice for detecting and eradicating headlice.

Any oil will suffocate the live lice and the oil will help support the easy release of the lice nit eggs.


Why are nit eggs so tough to remove

The nit eggs are glued to the hairsaft by a liquid chitisan. Chitisan is the same natural material as the shell of a beetle, so once it dries and hardens it forms a permanent casing around the hair fibre.

Only sliding the casing up the hairshaft will allow it to be removed.

Nit Ninja Nit Picker Pre-Shampoo Combing Oil is formulated to penetrate beneath the tough shell structure and lubricate the hair fibre to allow for effortless removal of the egg.