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A friend of mine has a dandruff problem, and I want to help him.
He developed a mean case of dandruff about a year ago, and has tried all of the store products. Head and Shoulders, Selsun Blue and about 5 others, to no avail. He also hates doctors.
What the hell is supposed to do?
Help him, Suque!
"You are mentally a cat and each post is a red dot from a laser pointer." - MisterSmiley
Congrats to Jeff. I finally used the Twitter function on this board!
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
Many people over-wash or wash too often. If you're... I mean your friend... is washing hair daily, try doing every other day and see if it makes a difference. Make sure your "friend" is rinsing thorough as fuck. Some people swear by coconut oil.
Wear white all year round. It's no longer the faux pas it used to be.
No one shampoo is going to do the trick, as the hair adapts. Different shampoos in a cycle with different active ingredients is the way to go.
When the air turns dry this is the only shit that works for me.
Amazon.com: Nizoral Anti-Dandruff Shampoo, 4 oz.: Beauty
Try Wen (no lather) cleaning conditioner with tea tree oil. It should help.
Could be a diet/allergy thing. I have crazy dandruff/scalp issues that go away when I cut out wheat.
Well, I mean, that’s what it is. I doodoo and then listen to Katy Perry.
I trust the Suque more.
I need some help in the winter too. Head and Shoulders and all of the other "blue" products make the problem worse for me, the only thing that works is the Neutrogena T-Gel or the store brand equivalent, I think CVS has a version.
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