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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First Time Parent magazine: Keep Super Lice Away! (super lice advice)

The cover of the May 2016 issue of First Time Parent magazine , which features a story on super lice advice.

Super Lice Advice from Entomologist, Jason Schmidt First Time Parent magazine recently interviewed entomologist, Jason Schmidt about a new breed of lice called, “Super Lice.” Would you like to know how you can minimize these critters in your toddler’s hair? Read on for a great question and answer session, and super lice advice. FTP: What …

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Vamousse sponsors National At-Home Dad Network convention

The unofficial slogan of the National At-Home Dad Network is “Dads don’t babysit. It’s called parenting.” The network is a non-profit organization that supports fathers who stay at home to care for their children.The group’s key mission is to put an end to the outdated “Mr. Mom” stereotype and help dads be seen as capable and competent …

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This school year parents can treat super lice fast without a prescription

A mother and young daughter enjoy drawing together, happy because they were able to treat super lice fast.

Treat super lice fast with Vamousse® Lice Treatment Students are heading back into the classroom, which means every family is at risk for the spread of lice, and super lice, in their homes. Vamousse Lice Treatment is clinically proven to kill lice and their eggs in a single treatment , and is effective against super lice …

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Make lice checks a weekly habit

Catching head lice early is vital to helping stop the spread of these itchy pests. It can take 2-4 weeks for outbreak symptoms such as itching to show up, if they do at all. By making weekly lice checks a habit at home, you can help stop an infestation before it gets out of control. …

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