Originally Answered: Can you use a regular shampoo and conditioner to get rid of dandruff on hair?
It's not a yes or no answer. Right now, you're using too many hair products on your hair. Using the whole hair products line, is totally waste of $$$$, and it is not going to give you better result. "You find people oiling hair every single day, the hair sweats and it doesn’t get washed. What do you think happens? It goes limp and becomes thin because it is not breathing,” Shamillah Mohammed, a hairstylist at SUQA, says.
1. The sun causes skin to get flaky. Same with hair. Massage your scalp when you shampoo.
2. Using hot water & frequently washing, makes ME have dishpan hands add sun to the formula both damaging, so does the hair. Use warm water and less washing. Rinse well.
Google: How to Cure Dandruff Using Only Cool Water
Rinsing Off with Cool Water, Can Cure Dandruff!
Re Head & Shoulder anti-dandruff shampoo: Zinc pyrithione, an effective antifungal and antibacterial agent, is an often-prescribed medication to treat dandruff and other symptoms related to scalp and hair. It is most known for being in the Head & Shoulders brand of anti-dandruff shampoo, at 1-percent potency.
An estimated 10 million men in Taiwan suffer from scalp and hair irritations, with 5 million men in danger of hair-loss. One in two men report symptoms of dandruff, itchiness and excessively oily hair and scalp.
Apart from using an inappropriate shampoo, the increasing rate of hair-loss and scalp irritation is due to Taiwan's humid climate, which promotes symptom-inducing bacterial and fungal growth.
According to studies, the genus of fungi Malasseziaa globossa is often identified as the primary cause of hair and scalp irritations among men. Doctors urge the public to consult physicians and pharmacists before conducting treatment.
Hair products are NOT made of glue to fix, prevent, reverse hair from getting damaged, or hair loss, or make them grow . . . . they are a trillion dollar business. They also do NOT give money back guarantee for damaged hair or hair loss caused by heat & chemicals - hair's worst enemies. • Hair products may claim one or more benefits, but usually they do not have scientific base.
"No hair product can change the hair's biology," says Eric Bone, senior VP of global research and innovation @ L'Oreal USA. "Products that 'repair' them are like glue used to put a broken vase back together. At the end of the day, it's still broke," says dermatologist Paul J. McAndrews, MD, a clinical professor @ the University of Southern California School of Medicine. "Overall, products are a temporary fix, although some can help prevent damage. But your best bet is really to stop damaging hair, period."
Example 1: "Hello, my hair is bleached and I've colored it alot in the past.
I haven't retouched my bleached hair in a month or two and my hair is Constantly breaking off!!! I'm losing SOOO much hair!!! Especially in the middle of my hairline
Ive been using Moroccan oil conditioner, olive oil masks and my hair is still breaking off! PLEASE HELP ME."
Vidal Sassoon's brand was applied to shampoos and conditioners sold worldwide, with a commercial campaign featuring the iconic slogan in the 70's: "If you don't look good, we don't look good." He once said: "there's more money in the hair products than hairstyling".
Example from Craigslist FREE Offer: "Various hair and body items that I have used very little of each one. They are all excellent products but just do not work with my hair."
"Overloading the hair doesn't give better results. If you need more than more than 2-3 styling products, you're probably using the wrong ones." Hollywood's most admired heads of hair - Sarah Jessica Parker, Julianne Moore, Gwyneth Paltrow, Blake Lively, & Julia Roberts - said superstylist Serge Normant of NY & L.A. salons.