Q:My dandruff is visible although, I would say it’s still moderate. I was wondering what products would help rid my scalp of this. I heard olive oil shampoo works well. Please don’t go off topic like people tend to do lol might choose a best answer.
A:i had really bad pimples but didnt want to wash my face more than twice a day because i read it everywhere that you cant wash more than that. then i saw a dermatologist… she said wash it whenever you feel like it needs a wash as well as ust beore you go to bed. she also said use soap.
A:dandruff has to do with your scalp, not your hair. you can keep it long if you want.
most dandruff shampoo takes effect when you use it, but it may be best to use it for a week to ensure results. if you see no change after a week of daily use, switch brands or upgrade to a stronger dandruff shampoo. if you still have concerns, speak to your hair-stylist/barber. they will most likely have recommendations for you.
A:The BEST way is to keep your head shaved. See, your skin sloughs off dead cells all the time, but hair holds it in. That is why dandruff forms on your scalp, but not on the hairless parts of your skin.
A:Oh yes it dose works, trust me! I used to have a problem with dandruff, but with Head and Shoulders I got rid of it.
The only tip is I buy Head and Shoulders only from Walmart and Costco, I bought it from Kmart one and i didn’t really like it.
A:suave is a cheap shampoo. try head and shoulders. it works 100 % well. It gets rid of dandruff problems for good. and try washing your hair everyday.
another tip would be putting lemon juice in your hair a couple of times. it stimulates the roots of your hair and helps your scalp to be less dry.