Vosene Kids 3 in 1 Head Lice Repellent Conditioning Shampoo 90p @ Asda
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Vosene Kids 3 in 1 Head Lice Repellent Conditioning Shampoo 90p @ Asda

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Found 8th Apr
Perfect timing as school starting after Easter break! Normally £2. 'On offer' at Boots £2.49 and 3 for 2. Some parents swear by this. On asda page, it says £1 reduced to 90p but £1 is an offer price already (I think).
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Great price @Jessyca8888
Cracking price
What do they mean by repellent? At the dosage included, the ingredients in this can't kill nits and there is no scientific evidence available that suggests the nits are 'repelled' by the tea tree or eucalyptus oil in this shampoo.

Do the nits sniff the shampoo and jump off to less fragrant kids or what?

Is this worth buying? Cheers.
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Murtin2 h, 20 m ago

What do they mean by repellent? At the dosage included, the ingredients in …What do they mean by repellent? At the dosage included, the ingredients in this can't kill nits and there is no scientific evidence available that suggests the nits are 'repelled' by the tea tree or eucalyptus oil in this shampoo.Do the nits sniff the shampoo and jump off to less fragrant kids or what? Is this worth buying? Cheers.


The claim is for 'when used alongside our Conditioning Defence Spray'. So the shampoo doesn't have strong evidence in preventing head lice. Although this is the case, some parents still say the shampoo alone works.

As for the jumping question, head lice don't jump. They are spread by head to head contact. So maybe the smell of tea tree oil deter the head lice from crawling to the 'treated' head? (Completely guessing here).

Even if it doesn't work, I personally found it smells nice and fresh.


90p for 250ml bottle is worth a try in my opinion.
Jessyca888840 m ago

The claim is for 'when used alongside our Conditioning Defence Spray'. So …The claim is for 'when used alongside our Conditioning Defence Spray'. So the shampoo doesn't have strong evidence in preventing head lice. Although this is the case, some parents still say the shampoo alone works. As for the jumping question, head lice don't jump. They are spread by head to head contact. So maybe the smell of tea tree oil deter the head lice from crawling to the 'treated' head? (Completely guessing here). Even if it doesn't work, I personally found it smells nice and fresh. 90p for 250ml bottle is worth a try in my opinion.


My daughter's hair is thick as anything so would be really hard to spot, nursery reckon any conditioner and nit comb is all you need? I do regular checks with nit comb especially when nits on the rampage at nursery. Luckily not had any yet.
Edited by: "Murtin" 8th Apr
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Murtin21 m ago

My daughter's hair is thick as anything so would be really hard to spot, …My daughter's hair is thick as anything so would be really hard to spot, nursery reckon any conditioner and nit comb is all you need? I do regular checks with nit comb especially when nits on the rampage at nursery. Luckily not had any yet.


Wet combing is very effective (both in preventing and treating) when done correctly. You must be doing a job
Good price - however (from experience) the only way to get rid is the comb and conditioner (and keep hair tied back - they spread by head/head - hair/hair contact)
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Kayne5 m ago

Good price - however (from experience) the only way to get rid is the comb …Good price - however (from experience) the only way to get rid is the comb and conditioner (and keep hair tied back - they spread by head/head - hair/hair contact)


Thank you for the advice. It's all new to me. I'll make sure I plait my daughter's hair (in reception) everyday. Her hair is very long (mid back).
I used to think lice were created by children butting heads when I was little lol
Anyone else itching while reading this deal? Lol
I find this shampoo really good. I also do a check once a week with a Nitty Gritty comb and conditioner whilst LO in bath. The plastic nit combs are useless. Heat from me, good find.
L is for Labour, L is for Lice
Cold. Would rather struggle with uncomfortable arousement caused by a visit from the nit nurse.
Didn't find this to work. It didnt prevent them and it certainly doesn't kill them if your kids have them.
mr3216 h, 17 m ago

L is for Labour, L is for Lice


I kinda get where you're coming from..
like C is for Conservative, C is for Crabs?
Can anyone else smell nit lotion when opening up this thread?

Regprentice17 h, 46 m ago

Didn't find this to work. It didnt prevent them and it certainly doesn't …Didn't find this to work. It didnt prevent them and it certainly doesn't kill them if your kids have them.


Well you do have to comb their hair properly too you know....

I've always found this to be brilliant at controlling infestations, wash with this, comb conditioner through, then use the matching conditioner spray whilst brushing, it works wonders (when parents can be bothered to do it right that is).
I use tree tee shampoo from lidi with tree conditioner and my daughter not had nits for 6 years 49p each at lidi
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