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Dry or oily hair, dandruff, premature hair loss... Many problems can affect our head.Fortunately, there are many products to solve them!
Dandruff can multiply due to a number of factors: excess sebum, dry skin, pollution, irritation, perspiration, intense hair treatments. Here’s how you can get rid of it.
Solution: Whether it’s dry or oily, you can get rid of your dandruff by regularly using a medicated shampoo that contains selenium sulfide. This active ingredient also relieves itchy scalps and gets rid of visibly dry skin.
Use the anti-dandruff shampoo at least three times a week. Massage your scalp with a good dose of the shampoo and rinse it off thoroughly after letting it sit for a few minutes. If possible, use an anti-dandruff conditioner. You don’t want to undo the effects of the anti-dandruff active ingredients!
The original anti-dandruff shampoo. Mild enough to use every day, it will thoroughly cleanse your hair and nourish your scalp. You'll be left with visibly flake free* hair that feels soft and fresh, light and easy to manage.
*with regular use
Get fast dandruff and itch relief while conditioning your hair with NeutrogenaT/Gel ® Daily Control ® 2-in-1 Dandruff Shampoo.
Hair that lacks shine is often dehydrated, damaged or weak. Stress, pollution, an excessive use of hair dyes or the changing of the seasons can cause the scales that make up the cuticles–the outside of the keratin fiber that hair is made of– to peel off. Your hair will reflect light less effectively, losing its shine, and become porous and at the mercy of aggressors. No wonder it looks lifeless!
Solution: To restore some shine and silkiness, pamper your hair with a highly nutritious and repairing shampoo or with a keratin-based capillary-plumping mask.
Nutricap hair loss helps to reduce hair loss. 91% of users noticed a decrease in hair loss after 12 weeks
Split ends that keep on splitting are mainly due to dehydration. Potential causes could be the heat of the curling iron or hair dryer, the abrasiveness of an old brush, frequent crimping, an excessive use of products that have a drying effect or a merciless disentangling. And there are just as many factors that can damage your cuticles and strip your hair of its moisture and elasticity.
Solution: To save your thirsty hair, give it an intensive restorative treatment with a shampoo and conditioner rich in oils and nourishing butters. The fatty acids will fill the spaces between the scales of your cuticles and the moisturizing and protein-rich ingredients will penetrate to the heart of the keratin fibers and repair them. For a lasting effect, limit the number of damaging situations you put your hair through after each treatment.
Extraordinary Oil conditioner contains 6 precious oils to transform and nourish dry hair.
Solution: Annoying split ends are mainly due to dehydration. A lipid-restoring shampoo with nourishing oils and butters will provide your hair with the moisture it craves.
Factors such as hormonal changes, stress or pollution can cause the glands at the roots of your hair to produce too much sebum: hello, greasy hair!
Solution: A solution: try a light-formula, pH-neutral shampoo designed to eliminate excess sebum. Be sure not to use too much at a time and rinse carefully by rubbing gently so you don’t over-stimulate the glands. You can also treat your hair two or three times a week with a green clay mask: besides offering your scalp a deep cleansing, this type of clay absorbs oil particularly well and balances its production.
For men and women of all ages who want to purify their scalp and delay the development of oily hair.
With its ultra-gentle, detangling, volume-enhancing cleansing base, formulated to avoid all possibility of a rebound effect, Klorane Seboregulating treatment shampoo with nettle extract progressively regularizes sebum secretion, allowing you to wash your hair less frequently. It leaves hair feeling silky, supple and bouncy.
To do: Whether you have a dry, normal or oily scalp, you should wash your hair two to three times a week at the most to avoid overstimulating sebum production. Can’t wait that long? Say hello to your best friend: dry shampoo. Sprayed on your tired roots, it will "drink up" excess oil and restore volume and lightness.
To avoid: Don’t overuse styling products and try not to apply them too close to your roots (to avoid the greasy look!). It’s also ill-advised to lie down with damp or wet roots: this will irritate your already sensitive and inflamed scalp even more.
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