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    Any good solutions? Shampoo?

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    head and shoulders innit fam
    Get hair just like Joe Hart
    but hopefully not his goal-keeping skills :mmm:
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    Obviously head and shoulders. If tha doesnt get rid of it, then you cna go to the chemist and get something a bit stronger and if that doesnt work then go to your GP.
    http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Dandruf...Treatment.aspx
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    head and shoulders innit fam
    Get hair just like Joe Hart
    but hopefully not his goal-keeping skills :mmm:
    Haha this made me :giggle:


    OP, I agree with Cheese
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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Haha this made me :giggle:


    OP, I agree with Cheese
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    sis got me back innit
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)

    sis got me back innit
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    Bien sur (of course)
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    Just try the usual shampoos first.

    For me it did not work well so I found this really cheap cream on eBay "Virgin hair fertilizer" and I just rub it into my scalp once a week and haven't had problems since. Only thing is it's a leave in thing and a bit oily so if you already have oily hair, I wouldn't use it.
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    Try Nizoral shampoo. It helped me to some extent. You can buy it from supermarkets and boots etc.

    Alpecin double effect (red bottle) is also good but pricey. Nizoral worked better for me though.

    I'm using Dermax shampoo which my GP prescribed as my dandruff is severe. It clears my scalp better than any others I've tried.
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    I had really bad eczema on my scalp. Used a brand called Moogoo and now there is nothing, the stuff is literally liquid gold. Shampoo and conditioner will sort out literally any dandruff problem, I'd bet my life on it.


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    When I was a teen, I had to use a coal tar treatment occasionally, as zinc pyrithione shampoos didn't cut it.
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