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4 Tips to Avoid Head Lice at Summer Camp

Great tips from MomTrends on how to prepare your child for summer camp with less worry that they’ll bring home more than macaroni art and new friend memories. Read about how to engage your child in being defensive against head lice with Vamousse Lice Defense daily shampoo and Vamousse Lice Repellent. Read more on the …

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Blog Post: A Super Summer – Without Super Lice

If your kids are headed to summer camp, read this blog post from The Shopping Mama on how to prepare for head lice without worrying about head lice. Great proactive tips for an overnight camp experience that focuses on fun and memories rather than itching.  

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Video: How to apply Vamousse Lice Treatment

A woman reads the instruction pamphlet to learn how to apply Vamousse Lice Treatment.

Wondering how to apply Vamousse Lice Treatment? Because it’s a mousse, Vamousse is easy to use and precise to apply to impatient and squirming kids! And Vamousse is fast acting. One application is all you need to kill lice and their eggs – including super lice. This how-to video will walk you through how to apply Vamousse …

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Don’t let super lice spoil summer camp

Tackle lice head-on with Vamousse® for pre-arrival treatment and during-camp defense It is no surprise that summer camp can be a summer home for head lice. With the growing presence of super lice, more camps are performing head checks on registration day to help prevent these unwanted guests. Children who are found to have lice …

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7 tips for preventing head lice

Lice are very common among young school-age children, largely due to their frequent physical contact during play. And lice can easily spread among children at sleepovers, during play dates, and at school. Here are some ways families can defend and protect against these nuisance invaders. 1. Don’t share items that touch the head. Although the most common way for …

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9 Important facts about head lice

Pediculosis, or infestation with the human head louse (pediculus humanus capitis), is one of the most common human parasitic infestations worldwide. In the United States, an estimated 6-12 million people are treated for head lice each year, and studies have shown that it’s most common among preschool and school-aged children. Head lice can infest anyone’s …

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