Re: Dealing with dandruff

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Posted by CarpeMors (other posts) on October 10, 2016 at 18:39:11 Previous Next

In Reply to: Re: Dealing with dandruff posted by Long Hair in Albany on July 29, 2016 at 20:19:00:

: : So in the last two months I've noticed that just running my hand through my hair will produce a lot of flakes. And my scalp gets itchy after 2 days bc it generates oil kinda fast, which tends to prompt more flakes to fall.It's weird because it's never been a problem of mine in the past two years of growing my hair out. Now that I have the issue, I have no idea how to handle it (I don't want to use dandruff shampoo because from what i understand it tends to be rougher than regular shampoo).

: : Any advice would be appreciated, my dudes

: I've had problems with dandruff too, i usually just use Head & Shoulders classic clean conditioner. (I'll also sometimes use
: Head and Shourlers Clsssic Clean Shampoo after I use coconut oil.)

: I haven't noticed it to be rougher.

I have a similar problem. My hair really wicks away the oil my scalp produces. So even though I technically have oily scalp, it all ends up in my hair, and my scalp ends up dry, itchy, and flaky. So I used Paul Mitchell's tea tree shampoo every few days, and follow that with tea tree conditioner massaged into my scalp. It doesn't stop anything but it really helps alleviate the itching and flaking.

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