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

Here are some helpful tips...

You Asked, We Answered

If you've got a question about anything related
to head lice, just ask us on Twitter using #AskVoseneKids
or post a question on our Facebook wall.

Lisa asked:

Does putting hair in plaits or a pony tail act as prevention?

Hello Lisa,

Keeping hair tied back can definitely help to prevent head lice, but we also recommend using our shampoo and spray plus doing regular detection combing, to be really sure.

Teatree x

Kelly asked:

Once your children have lice are they likely to live in soft furnishings (like fleas) or only on the body?

Hello Kelly,

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.

Teatree x

Carlene asked:

Should I get in a routine now checking everyday? Or is once a week enough?

Hello Carlene,

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.

Citronella x

Jean asked:

Can head lice survive on pets?

Hello Jean,

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

Citronella x

Helen asked:

Is there a time of year when kids are at more risk of catching head lice?

Hello Helen,

Interesting question! Generally, we see more reports when schools go back. Also, when the weather is humid head lice spread more easily.

Citronella x

Jazz asked:

Do you need two head lice to have baby head lice?

Hello Jazz,

Yes, a male and female mate and then within one day the female will lay her eggs!

Citronella x