The Lice Letter
I shudder just thinking about that piece of paper. You know the one. It comes home in your child’s homework folder at least once a year. The one that says: YOUR CHILD HAS BEEN EXPOSED TO A LICE OUTBREAK. Ewe. Gross.
Luckily, knock on wood, Kiddo has narrowly escaped the infestation quite a few times, but that doesn’t mean I’m not petrified. Even though we still have quite a few years to go, I’ve never been more ready for a potential outbreak thanks to Vamousse. I didn’t realize it, but lice is the second most frequent health issue for school-age children affecting more than 12 million kids from the ages of 3 to 11.
The one thing I didn’t know, was headlice even has a SUPER LICE category. And here I thought all cases of lice were awful, clearly, it goes from bad to worse. I don’t know about you, but I really don’t want to do battle with these creatures. The very thought of it has me itching and scratching. Vamousse offers a full range of safe head lice control products.And as a parent, I love the fact that they are non-toxic, pesticide-free solutions, and available over the counter at CVS, Walgreens, and Amazon.com for daily use..
Saving Grace: One and Done
It’s so nice to know that Vamousse Lice treatments resolve the situation immediately with the first 15-minute application. This allows us to proceed with our regular scheduled programming without the itchy effects of head lice. Again, ewe. Head lice. Just no. I am going to want these things long gone. So many products require a second application because the pesticides do not kill the eggs, but who has time for that? Vamousse works differently to dehydrate the eggs the first round.
Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late
Lice aren’t only at school. If you and your family travel, you should really be conducting routine head checks for lice outbreaks. Check heads early and often because it can take 4 -6 weeks for telltale itching symptoms to start.Vamousse Lice Repellent and Nit Defense is an essential oil spray that repels lice and deters them from even laying eggs if they happen to already be there.
So how am I defending my child (and home,) from unwanted lice?
3 Easy Steps to Avoiding a Potential Lice Outbreak:
The professionals behind Vamousse products recommend the following course of action.
Use Vamousse Lice Defense Daily Shampoo. Vamousse Daily Defense Shampoo kills lice with daily hair washing. Use Vamousse in place of your child’s regular shampoo for 10 to 14 days after suspected exposure to lice. Don’t wait for itching symptoms to manifest! It can take 4-6 weeks, during which time an infestation will have grown unchecked.
Conduct daily head checks. The best way to catch head lice early is by doing regular head checks. Here’s how:
Under a bright light, check for lice and eggs. Watch for movement as lice will quickly travel away from the light.
Part your child’s hair to examine the scalp, lice may look like dandruff, but they cannot easily be removed.
Use a lice comb to work through small sections of hair looking for lice or nits (lice eggs). Pay extra attention to the nape of the neck, behind ears, under bangs and the crown of the head.
Eliminate lice with Vamousse Lice Treatment. If you find lice, pesticide-free Vamousse Lice Treatment allows you to end the infestation in one 15-minute treatment.
Whichever way you slice it and dice it, there is never a good time to have to do battle with lice. So for more information on Vamousse products, visit them online: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest
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