|Clear shampoo on Mar 10, 2015 @ 02:27 am|
Therre is a shampoo and conditioner line named CLEAR maybe you've heard of it. The CLEAR hair and scalp therapy i s very good for severely dry scalp. i have used it and it really works. maybe you should give it a try and see what happens. you can find it at your local pharmacy. hope this helps. good luck.
|Natural on Mar 10, 2015 @ 11:23 am|
These are some points that have really helped my hair get healthier.
The first step is to wash your hair with a clarifying shampoo to remove all the buildup from any styling products. This will help you start with a clean slate.
You can then massage your scalp with a mixture of coconut oil and castor oil which will both hydrate your scalp and help with hair growth. Leave the oils on overnight or for 15-20 minutes before washing.
After that, take a boar bristle brush and brush your entire scalp for about 5 minutes. You'll start to feel it tingling which means you're stimulating blood circulation and you'll help spread the natural oils throughout your hair. You can find videos on how to do this on Youtube.
Now comes the washing part. Personally, I like to use a natural shampoo, free of sulfates and parabens. A lot of shampoos also contain silicone which can weigh down hair and block the pores on your scalp. If you can't go natural, make sure to read the ingredients so that you're choosing the smarter choice.
Once you've lathered and rinsed out the shampoo twice, rinse your hair again with a mixture of water and apple cider vinegar (about 1 tbsp.). Don't worry, you won't smell like a salad all day! The vinegar will help clean your scalp and condition your hair naturally. Do this about once a week. Otherwise, you can condition your hair with coconut, argan or olive oil. You just need a small amount and apply it to your ends.
|Scalp Troubles... on Mar 10, 2015 @ 03:48 pm|
I think you should definitely get a deep conditioner that you have to leave in your hair for awhile(you do still wash it out). They work amazing and they help to rehydrate your scalp and leave it feeling amazing. Pantene and Garnier make really great deep conditioners, you can find them in the same aisle where you buy your shampoo and conditioner. They are usually in a smaller container!! Good luck I hope you can get that fixed soon.
|dry scalp on Mar 10, 2015 @ 09:43 pm|
Great advice ladies.
|Dry Scalp on Mar 22, 2015 @ 10:10 pm|
A word of advice for dry scalp: if you colour your hair, most anti-dandruff and dry scalp shampoos actually are really harsh on the artifical hair colour. It strips your hair of the colour faster for some reason. If you can, try to do some research beforehand to see which ones aren't as harsh. I wish I could suggest some, but I don't have this problem. I just know because my friend was in hair dressing and always talked about nifty things. Hope your scalp feels better!
|Ginger on Mar 24, 2015 @ 01:37 am|
I had very bad dry scalp, about a year ago. I read online ginger shampoo helps. I bought a bottle from the body shop, and it worked for me.
|Coconut oil on Mar 24, 2015 @ 05:10 am|
Coconut oil works great:) trust me I have really bad dry scalp and tried pretty much everything you could think from shampoos to home remedies, and virgin coconut oil ( can be purchase at and grocery store) works great. Message into scalp and leave in for about an hour or even go to sleep with it on ( out a shower cap on so you don't ruin your pillows) an wash out, first time I did t I loved the results:) good luck