|. on Jan 26, 2016 @ 11:54 am|
I use coconut oil and lots of conditioner but all natural ones
|:) on Jan 26, 2016 @ 12:47 pm|
I use an oil treatment once a week and take warm showers because I was told by a friend that hot water can make your scalp more flaky but not too sure about that
|Dry Scalp on Jan 26, 2016 @ 01:32 pm|
I use Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Oil Shampoo and Conditioner once a week in the winter time which really seems to help. Kerastase also has some really good and intensive anti-dry scalp treatments available too!
|I have the same problem! on Jan 26, 2016 @ 02:04 pm|
I know I didn't ask the question but I have the same issue. Thanks everyone for all the comments and suggestions
|The opposite on Jan 26, 2016 @ 02:08 pm|
I have the opposite- my scalp is oily and so itchy
|dry scalp on Jan 26, 2016 @ 02:12 pm|
thanks for the tips have the same issues
|thanks. on Jan 26, 2016 @ 03:35 pm|
thanks for all the wonderful tips ladies :D
|I do too on Jan 26, 2016 @ 04:05 pm|
Heres what I suggest to alleviate dry scalp... and flakes... and itchiness:
- Coconut oil treatments as often as you can (Once a week, heat up some organic coconut oil, massage it into your scalp and then wash it off after leaving it on for minimum an hour or two)
- Massage your scalp and brush your hair with a comb right before showering to loosen any flakes
- Moisturize your scalp after the shower
|hope this helps! on Jan 26, 2016 @ 04:23 pm|
If you can't find coconut oil, you can use any other oil canola,vegetable,peanut, (it will make you hair oily but a couple washes and it will be back to normal!) heat it up wrap your hair up in a warm towel, and it will help the dry scalp moisturize.
Head and shoulders shampoo and conditioner for dry scalp also works,
Or hair and scalp therapy by CLEAR, works also. Its $4.00 at a local grocery/drug store.
If you don't feel like using any product, try heating a towel up and wrapping it on your head. It will give your scalp moisture.
ALSO!! Dont shower is hot water. Make sure its its a little on the cooler side when washing your hair and scalp.
|Two things on Jan 26, 2016 @ 04:32 pm|
IF you're itching a lot you could have a skin condition, so if possible where you are, see a doctor.
I would suggest trying Johnson's baby shampoo for a few weeks and seeing if it clears up as it is very mild and a really good budget option.
Try not to use heating or drying products on your hair in the mean time!