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WHAT IS DANDRUFF & WHAT PRODUCTS TO USE?

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Dandruff is often confused with having a dry scalp. However, this is not accurate. Dandruff is actually dead skin cells that are shedding from the scalp. It is very common around the time after puberty age and can affect both men and women.  It is also hereditary in families. Most people will have dandruff in their lifetime, but there are some individuals who have an excessive amount of dandruff accompanied by redness and irritation. This type of dandruff can destroy a person's self-esteem and confidence. There are several facts that people do not understand about dandruff.



WHAT CAUSES DANDRUFF?
  • Dandruff can be triggered by improper hygiene.
  • Dandruff may be worse during winter time.
  • Dandruff can be common among people with a weakened immune system or chronic illnesses (HIV/PARKINSONS).
  • Increased oil production, oily skin, oily scalp, sweating, yeast skin infections and emotional distress can trigger draduff. Dandruff can potentially cause hair loss. Although this is very rare, if this occurs, seek professional help immediately.





WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF DANDRUFF?
  • Itchy and oily scalp, resulting in flakes.
  • Dandruff in every portion of your body that has hair. 
  • Rashes found on the skin throughout the body.
  • Currently there is no known cure for dandruff, only treatment with shampoo. 



BEST SHAMPOOS:
(Prices may vary depending on where you decide 
to purchase the following items.) 
GARNIER FRUCTIS FORTIFYING ANTI-DANDRUFF SHAMPOO0

















Author's Note: The items that are featured above are great products to use, however, if you are black or African American, there are other products you may want to use. Blacks have a strong tendency to not wash their hair everyday (this is actually the norm) and specific shampoos will generally dry out the scalp and make your hair very brittle. 
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Behold, I come as a thief. Blessed is he that watcheth, and keepeth his garments, lest he walk naked, and they see his shame. — Revelation 16:15 (KJV)