Have you ever wondered what causes dandruff, or why your dandruff shampoo isn't working? Maybe your dandruff is worse in the winter and you want to know why. Healthy hair starts with your scalp. In order for your hair to be in it's best possible condition, your scalp needs to be too. This could be helped by a simple change in your hair products and routine.
Dandruff can affect any hair type such as afro hair, coarse thick hair or straight hair which means there are various methods for maintaining scalp health depending on your scalp type. Learn more about your scalp health through our expert videos and informative blog posts.
IN THE CLASSROOM WITH STEPHANIE
Our expert trichologist, Stephanie Sey, outlines the science behind dandruff in our latest video series.
Tune in for expert insights on a range of topics including dandruff in afro-carribean hair and dandruff in men's hair. Stephanie will sort fact from fiction, so you can find out how best to care for a dandruff-prone scalp. To find out more, continue below to watch the full videos.
Triggers & Causes of Dandruff
Stephanie explores the common triggers and causes of the condition, such as malassezia furfur, psoriasis and stress.
Stephanie puts a spotlight on this condition, which affects around 5% of the general population.
Stephanie chats to us about the dandruff myths we uncovered on Twitter, including the use of avocado oil and honey on your scalp.
Managing Dandruff for Men
Stephanie provides expert advice for men living with dandruff, including tips for day-to-day management.
Popular Google Searches
Stephanie answers some of the top questions searched for on Google. How common is dandruff? Why is dandruff itchy? Find out here.
Dandruff on Afro Hair
Stephanie gives us her top tips for managing dandruff on afro hair.
Stephanie Sey does not endorse any medicinal brands or products.
Dandruff can be a very stressful and frustrating condition, especially if you are unsure of the cause and the treatment options available. For many people, a simple hair washing routine with suitable products, water temperature and minimal heat will aid in the maintenance and prevention of dandruff.
Read our handy dandruff-busting blog posts to understand the condition better and learn how to treat it effectively.
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