Issue #14: How do I get rid of dandruff?
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How do I get rid of dandruff?
Dandruff is an overgrowth or imbalance naturally occurring yeast on the skin, and affects nearly 75 percent of the population worldwide at some point in their lives. Under-washing is the most common cause of dandruff, as by letting sebum and dead skin build-up on the scalp, you create the perfect environment for fungal and bacterial infections, the former of which will jumpstart the flaking. The combination of dry indoor air coupled with fluctuating temperatures outside can also trigger flakes and a tight, itchy sensation, as your scalp attempts to adapt to the environment. Dandruff can also result from too much shampooing, or the water being too-hot when showering.
Most dandruff cases will clear up quickly after you take action. So getting the right flake-fighting shampoo that neutralises the scalp without drying it out entirely is the best place to start.
Shampoos I recommend are…
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