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Can you recommend an effective dandruff shampoo?

Author : Coffee

Submitted : 2018-02-26 01:02:56    Popularity:     

Tags: effective  recommend  shampoo  dandruff  

Neutrogena's T-gel is good. If necessary, consult your doctor. Polytar used to work for me, but they changed the formula, now only Nizoral works, but

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Neutrogena's T-gel is good. If necessary, consult your doctor.

Polytar used to work for me, but they changed the formula, now only Nizoral works, but it's expensive. Most of the others, especially the selenium ones just don't work. If you try Nizoral, which had an anti-fungicide in it, and it works, at least you'll know the cause. It might be worthwhile going to the doctor to discuss it. I know a pharmacist might be able to help, but every time I try, they suggest I go to the doctor! Actually, it would help to know what country you are in, I've never heard of some of the American shampoos.

Shampoos rarely work for me. The only thing that helps with my dandruff is white distilled vinegar or apple cider vinegar.

1. The sun causes skin to get flaky. Same with hair. Massage your scalp when you shampoo.
Wear a hat or umbrella protect them from the sun.

2. Using hot water & frequently washing, makes ME have dishpan hands add sun to the formula both damaging, so does the hair. Use warm water and less washing. Rinse well.

A good article online that is helpful: How to Cure Dandruff Using Only Cool Water
Rinsing Off with Cool Water, Can Cure Dandruff!

Keep hair treatments to the minimum and avoid styling products as they tend to cause dandruff.

Given that sun rays are more abundant during the sweltering months of summer, you are going to be more exposed naturally. Therefore, time spent outdoors, even if for a short time, has the potential to damage your scalp. You should grab a scarf or hat to protect the scalp as much as possible. This helps retain some moisture and helps in preventing the stimulation of dandruff.

Washing hair less often has become such a trend that dermatologists say some people are overdoing it, causing a scalp buildup of dandruff.

"People often neglect scalp washing so that they don't dry out the hair. This can lead to a buildup of scalp oils that lead to flaking and redness," says, Dr. Lauren Ploch, a board-certified dermatologist with the American Academy of Dermatology.

Be sure to wash your scalp at least weekly.

Re Head & Shoulder anti-dandruff shampoo:
Zinc pyrithione, an effective antifungal and antibacterial agent, is an often-prescribed medication to treat dandruff and other symptoms related to scalp and hair. It is most known for being in the Head & Shoulders brand of anti-dandruff shampoo, at 1-percent potency.
An estimated 10 million men in Taiwan suffer from scalp and hair irritations, with 5 million men in danger of hair-loss. One in two men report symptoms of dandruff, itchiness and excessively oily hair and scalp.
Apart from using an inappropriate shampoo, the increasing rate of hair-loss and scalp irritation is due to Taiwan's humid climate, which promotes symptom-inducing bacterial and fungal growth.
According to studies, the genus of fungi Malasseziaa globossa is often identified as the primary cause of hair and scalp irritations among men. Doctors urge the public to consult physicians and pharmacists before conducting treatment.

I use Equate Dry Scalp 2 in 1 shampoo and it works great. After about the 2nd use can notice a huge difference

Dandruff is merely excessive shedding of the skin. Without knowing what is causing THAT, you cannot fix it with a simple shampoo!

There is only one obvious solution: clean your scalp more often! And then find out what is causing this condition. IT's really very simple!!

I know that Head & Shoulders has an anti-dandruff shampoo. You may want to ask your family doctor for a referral to a board-certified dermatologist who may recommend a prescription shampoo, for instance. (Just please be cautious with the prescription shampoo as it may be rather drying, and only use as directed by the doctor.)

head and shoulders is a good one

Try SELSUN BLUE.

I wouldn't use dandruff shampoo, those chemicals can be harsh, rather instead, mix up a couple tablespoons of vinegar in a cup of water and use as a final rinse.



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