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Vamousse Head Lice Treatment Mousse

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  • Effective head lice treatment
  • Works in one application
  • Kills all lice and eggs in 15 minutes
  • Genuine product
  • All products sourced in the UK

The Vamousse Head Lice Treatment Mousse is the easy way to eliminate head lice. It has been proven to kill 100% of lice and eggs within 15 minutes, in scientific tests. 

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    The Vamousse Head Lice Treatment Mousse is the easy way to eliminate head lice. It has been proven to kill 100% of lice and eggs within 15 minutes, in scientific tests. 

    Vamousse Head Lice Treatment Mousse works by killing all of the head lice and eggs in 15 minutes. Doing this in a single application, there is no need to reapply.

    Vamousse Head Lice Treatment Mousse effectively kills the head lice and their eggs. While a lot of head lice treatments only kill the adult lice, Vamousse eliminates the infestation in full by killing the eggs too.

    Extremely convenient and practical, this treatment is only required once to effectively treat head lice, with no need to reapply. The treatment pack also comes with a steel comb to make the application very easy.

    Before you begin, wrap a towel around the shoulders and neck and then use a comb to detangle the hair (whilst dry). Divide hair into three or four sections, securing each with hair clips. 

    Working with one section of hair at a time, remove clip and part the hair inch by inch in order to apply the mousse. Beginning at the scalp, run a generous line of Vammousse Head Lice Treatment from scalp to hair tip.

    Massage the mousse in thoroughly, working from the roots down. Continue with this until the mousse starts to break down into a liquid, to ensure that the hair is fully covered.

    Once it’s been fully saturated for 15 minutes, use the metal nit comb to remove all of the dead lice and their eggs and then shampoo, rinse and dry the hair. Depending on the length of the hair, you may need a whole can for one application (obviously for shorter hair, this will go slightly further).

    Remember that the mousse must come into contact with all lice and eggs in order to effectively kill them. If you don’t manage to work the mousse all the way through the hair then you may find that it doesn’t properly get rid of the infestation.

    Dead eggs will remain attached unless combed out so it’s important that you comb the hair thoroughly after applying the mousse. Don’t worry if you see live lice moving in the hair, as this simply shows that the treatment is working.

    Take care not to get product in eyes, nose or mouth. If you accidentally do then wash with plenty of water and contact a healthcare professional if irritation occurs.

    You can safely buy Vamousse Head Lice Treatment Mousse online at UK Meds, without the need for a prescription or consultation with a medical professional, however you should adhere to the advice given in the patient leaflet enclosed.

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