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    I used Pantene conditioner and it dried out my hair and it made my hair itchy and dry. I stopped using it last Thursday, but my hair is continuously dry and itchy; I can see my scalp when towling it dry. I only use shampoo twice a week, but wash it water twice a day.. The shampoo bottle is three months old
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    Maybe try using shampoo and conditioner for dried hair, that can help a lot!
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    Hello I used to have really dry hair that crunched thanks to using the wrong products on it for months. But there are some simple steps that you can do to rejuvenate it. Try to find a moisturising shampoo and conditioner, and a bit of leave in conditioner. Where conditioner is concerned, find one without silicones, as silicone conditioners damage hair over time. Also, it might be worth investing in or making your own natural hair mask to boost the moisture levels. I adore H'Suan Wen Hua from LUSH, which has got things like eggs, olive oil, avocado and vinegar in it, all of which are really good for your hair. Alternatively, you could beat up an egg or two depending on how much hair you have, and apply it to damp hair after shampooing, leave on for 10-15 minutes, rinse out (conditioning afterwards is optional). Don't be too rough with the towel when drying, either. Gently pat it until damp and leave it to air dry.

    Good luck!
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    (Original post by ChemicalBond)
    Hello I used to have really dry hair that crunched thanks to using the wrong products on it for months. But there are some simple steps that you can do to rejuvenate it. Try to find a moisturising shampoo and conditioner, and a bit of leave in conditioner. Where conditioner is concerned, find one without silicones, as silicone conditioners damage hair over time. Also, it might be worth investing in or making your own natural hair mask to boost the moisture levels. I adore H'Suan Wen Hua from LUSH, which has got things like eggs, olive oil, avocado and vinegar in it, all of which are really good for your hair. Alternatively, you could beat up an egg or two depending on how much hair you have, and apply it to damp hair after shampooing, leave on for 10-15 minutes, rinse out (conditioning afterwards is optional). Don't be too rough with the towel when drying, either. Gently pat it until damp and leave it to air dry.

    Good luck!
    ^^^ really good suggestions, I've heard a lot of good things about Hsuan Wen Hua

    Also, I would suggest putting thig such as coconut oil (or other types of oil) into your hair for a couple of hours then washing it off


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    Did you used your conditioner at your scalp? Due to that also your scalp might get itchy because conditioner might be used at hair extend.
 
 
 
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