Natroba Coupon and Discount

Our Natroba coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Natroba is a prescription drug that treats head lice. The original cash price of Natroba is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Natroba coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Natroba.
Natroba Overview
Drug Name: Natroba
Generic Name(s): Spinosad
Drug Class: Pediculicides
Treats: Head Lice

Natroba (spinosad) is an anti-parasite medication used for the topical treatment of head lice infestations in patients of six months of age and older. This medication is for external use only, and the patient must also treat their environment to achieve a complete treatment and to prevent reinfection. It is recommended that you wash your clothing, hats, bedding and towels in hot water and dry in high heat. In addition, you should dry-clean any non-washable clothing and soak all hair brushes, combs, and hair accessories in hot water for at least 10 minutes. During medication, you should avoid intimate contact and sharing hair-related personal items to avoid infecting others.

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  • Natroba Uses

    Head lice are tiny insects that infest and irritate the scalp. The louse lays small white eggs on the hairline or behind the ear. The insect feeds on blood by biting the skin, but the saliva they leave behind is what cause irritation and scratching can lead to infection. It is best to treat head lice before they multiply since they can spread easily from person to person. Natroba works by killing lice and their eggs. Natroba is used to treat those over 6 months who have an infestation of head lice. Below you will find the uses of Natroba.

    • Lice
  • Natroba Dosage

    Dosage of Natroba depends on the individual and the condition being treated. Natroba is available by prescription in a 4 oz. (120 ml) bottle. After treatment, combing is not required, however a patient may use a fine-tooth comb for removing treated lice and nits. You should not repeat treatment more than once unless otherwise directed by your doctor. Failure to use enough Natroba may allow some lice to escape treatment. The patient should notify the doctor if the condition persists or worsens or if they see live lice 7 days or more after treatment. Below you will find a typical dosage of Natroba.

    • Wash your hands before and after use
    • Shake the bottle well just before using
    • Only the amount needed to cover the scalp and hair should be used
    • Completely cover the scalp with Natroba first, and then apply it on the hair
    • Once applied, the hair should be left on for 10 minutes and then thoroughly rinsed away with warm water
  • Natroba Side Effects

    Natroba should not be taken by mouth but only applied to the hair and scalp. Avoid applying the medication to sunburned, irritated, broken skin, eyes or vagina. The patient should wash their hands before and after application. The active ingredient contained in Natroba may cause unwanted side effects that may not need any medical attention and the body will eventually get used to the side effects. The patient should consult their doctor if the following side effects continue or become severe. Note that not all possible side effects are listed

    • Itching, burning, flaking or redness of the scalp
    • Redness of the eyes or skin
    • Dry skin
    • Dryness of the scalp
    • Hair loss
    • Thinning of the hair
  • Natroba Interactions

    Like any drug, Natroba may interact with other drugs and substances. Natroba should not be used by patients who are allergic to spinosad. Natroba should also not be used on infants as it can cause serious side effects or death (in very young infants or premature babies) due to a high ratio of skin surface area to body mass and a potentially immature skin barrier. Before taking Natroba, you should tell your doctor about any medications you are taking. This includes over the counter drugs and supplements. Consult your doctor before using any hair care products while using Natroba.