BACK TO SCHOOL TIPS & TRICKS

Unfortunately our back to school giveaways are now closed

However, we are always looking to help your little ones have shiny, healthy-looking hair and stay lice free.

Check out our advice centre for tips and information on helping prevent those pesky crawlers or watch Citronella and Tea Tree take you through some top tips here.

We’re often giving away free products on our Facebook page so do like us and we’ll do our best to help keep your little’s ones hair squeaky clean and give you one less thing to think about.

Watch how our Hair Heroes
can help prevent head lice!

Not only do they leave your little one's hair squeaky clean and tangle free, but our dream team Tea Tree and Citronella also help to prevent head lice!

Meet our Hair Heroes.

ADVICE CENTRE

We’ve learnt a fair few things about children’s hair care over the years.

Here are some helpful tips...

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If you've got a question about anything related
to head lice, just ask us on Twitter using #AskVoseneKids
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Answer

Head lice can live on hair at least 1cm long, so it needs to be pretty short to deter them. Hope that helps :)

Answer

<p>Unfortunately there is no simple answer as there are so many variables such as environment and age. Our research shows that 63% of primary school children have had head lice, so not every single child is affected.</p>

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Thanks for the great question. The answer is nope, human head lice cannot survive on pets!
But they can affect humnas of alls ages, so if you get a head lice alert, be sure to check the whole family.

Answer

<p>Thanks for the great question. The answer is nope, human head lice cannot survive on pets!</p>
<p>But they can affect humnas of alls ages, so if you get a head lice alert, be sure to check the whole family.</p>

Answer

This is a very common question!

Head lice need the human body to live. They can't survive more than a couple of days off the body, so soft furnishings don't need to be treated.

Answer

We suggest visually checking the hair line after every wash and detection combing once a week, unless there's an outbreak in which case it will need to be more frequent.

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