Why, oh why? Well, it’s basically when the cell turnover happens faster than normal. That could be because of a dry scalp, as a reaction to a certain product, washing your hair too often (yep, that’s a thing) or excessive sebum production. And, that’s without taking the fungus that naturally occurs on our scalp into account, that can cause irritation and speed up cell turnover for some people too.
Your hair will thank you for trying a scalp scrub – here’s why
Let’s get straight to the point: dandruff is annoying. I know first hand how much it impacts your self-confidence and how darn stubborn it can be. But, instead of attacking your scalp further (with harsh products and resentment), adopting a softer approach and giving it a little extra TLC is the way to go. Kill it with kindness. Healthy, shiny hair (that’s flake-free) relies on a balanced scalp so it’s important to detoxify the skin, eliminating impurities and restoring hydration and oxygenation. We’ll talk you through it.
By Beth Ludolf