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Signs That Your Anti Dandruff Shampoo Works

Sep 07, 2020 | By Denise V.

Signs That Your Anti Dandruff Shampoo Works

For some, anti-dandruff shampoo might be their sole solution to get rid of stubborn dandruff – but it’s more than that. This type of shampoo usually reduces itching, flaking, irritation, and redness of the scalp, thus providing a clean and healthy scalp, needed to grow strong and beautiful hair. Most of all, an anti-dandruff shampoo gets rid of bacteria and other impurities that can trigger dandruff.

In this article, we’ve compiled some signs that your Anti Dandruff Shampoo actually works, and why you should maintain your scalp clean and healthy.

  • Your hair is shiny

When your scalp is healthy, be it from deep cleansing, it will reflect on the hair strand and the overall health of your hair. You’ll notice your hair’s natural shine every time it catches light since your natural oils come back to reflect light in a good way. Just remember not to expose your hair in too much sunlight, as sun damage can cause broken or split ends, thinning, and frizziness.

  • Your scalp doesn’t feel itchy anymore

One of the signs that your anti-dandruff shampoo works are that you’ll no longer deal with scratching your head from the itchiness in your scalp. Remember that dryness in your scalp causes it to bring irritation and flaking – so make sure to choose the right shampoo to help you with it.

  • Hair feels soft and smooth

Aside from having a flake-free hair, you’ll notice the smooth and soft texture in your hair after regular use of your anti dandruff shampoo. If you’re still undecided which shampoo to get, we suggest our Mayraki Purifying, Anti-dandruff & Volumizing Amino Acid Shampoo – a plant-based purifying formula combines 15 Amino Acids, Hamamelis Virginiana Extract, Chrysanthellum Indicum Extract and Chamomilla Recutita (MATRICARIA) Flower Extract, effectively controlling excess sebum that is a leading cause of oily scalp.

Note: Remember that dandruff is different from chronic conditions like dermatitis. Visit your dermatologist and ask for a prescribed shampoo to soothe your scalp.

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