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New generation of head lice treatment tackles super lice

Microscopic photo of head louse. Vamousse can help you kill super lice.

As fears circulate around the term “super lice,” misconceptions about the effectiveness of over-the-counter treatments are also spreading.  Newer non-toxic, pesticide-free solutions such as Vamousse have developed innovative ways to tackle super lice head-on. Pesticide resistance means a need for a new generation of products. “Vamousse Lice Treatment works differently to kill lice and eggs, …

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Managing head lice in the classroom

As an educator, you’re naturally concerned about your students’ health and know firsthand that head lice are a major nuisance in schools. Consider some of the following factors when managing head lice in your classroom: Anyone can get head lice. While boys seem to be less likely to get head lice than girls, possibly due to …

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Why you can feel good about recommending Vamousse

As an educator or health care professional experienced with children and childhood health issues, parents will turn to you for advice about head lice treatment options. Here’s why you can feel good about recommending Vamousse Lice Treatment and Vamousse Lice Defense shampoo today: Efficient. Vamousse Lice Treatment is clinically proven to kill lice AND eggs with 1 treatment. …

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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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