Lice Elimination Powder - Vamousse

Lice Elimination Powder

Home treatment for non-washable household items.

For peace of mind following treatment.

  • Kills lice by contact
  • Shake on and vacuum to clean household items of lice in the environment
  • No sticky residue
  • Clean scent

Where to Buy

Vamousse Lice Elimination Powder is available online at Amazon.

“This product gives us amazing results and helps me to get campers quickly back into the action here at camp rather than sending them home.”

Executive Director, The Salvation Army
Redwood Glen Camp & Conference Center

How to Use

Vamousse Lice Elimination is a light, clean scented powder designed to treat non-washable household items, targeting lice and dust mites in the environment. Items that may be cleaned using Vamousse Lice Elimination include flooring and furniture. To treat a non-washable item, apply the powder liberally over the surface by gently shaking from a distance of 6 – 8 inches. Wait at least 60 minutes to ensure any lice have been contacted by the product. Thoroughly vacuum to completely remove the powder before resuming use of the area.

Any fabric household articles that can be washed, should be cleaned by washing and then drying them on high heat (130°F) to eliminate any lice. Read more about home cleaning considerations here.

Canister contains enough powder to treat approximately 150 square feet.

Apply to dry surfaces only. Do not wet powder. Do not apply on wet or damp carpet or upholstery.

Always read and follow complete label instructions prior to use. Not for use on humans.


How it Works

Vamousse Lice Elimination is proven to kill lice and dust mites by contact in the household environment following a 1-hour exposure. When used as directed, this formula completes the elimination process by killing lice on non-washable household items as part of the treatment of a lice infestation in the family.

Vamousse Lice Elimination uses a physical mode of action to kill lice. It contains no synthetic pesticides and kills lice using the active ingredient Geraniol, a nature-derived essential oil.

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