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I've been using this head and shoulders oil control shampoo for a short while and I've noticed I've been getting a lot of dandruff lately. I like to wash my hair in the evening (around 9 pm?) and the next morning there's already dandruff. Is this because of the shampoo? Is it stripping the oils off my scalp and so leading to dandruff?
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Every one knows head and shoulders just gives u worse dandruff,
I think theirs one called Tgel use that instead
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Is it heads and shoulders for greasy hair? I find that stuff gets rid of all that crap
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Use shampoos that have KETOCONAZOLE.
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Use shampoos that have KETOCONAZOLE.
do you have any specific suggestions?

(Original post by Jonathanツ)
Is it heads and shoulders for greasy hair? I find that stuff gets rid of all that crap
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do you have any specific suggestions?


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Search google for ketoconazole shampoo and try to choose the best one by going through the reviews.

You can also get it from your local pharmacy. It's an OTC medicine
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Search google for ketoconazole shampoo and try to choose the best one by going through the reviews.

You can also get it from your local pharmacy. It's an OTC medicine
Okay thank you
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Okay thank you
The commonest brand is Nizoral. If that doesn't help, you could speak to a pharmacist about other options as there are lots of different types of medicated shampoos for dandruff. Nizoral always works well for me though.
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The commonest brand is Nizoral. If that doesn't help, you could speak to a pharmacist about other options as there are lots of different types of medicated shampoos for dandruff. Nizoral always works well for me though.
thank you for the suggestion! I will check it out
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(Original post by black tea)
The commonest brand is Nizoral. If that doesn't help, you could speak to a pharmacist about other options as there are lots of different types of medicated shampoos for dandruff. Nizoral always works well for me though.

it's expensive though for such a small bottle..
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it's expensive though for such a small bottle..
oh my, you're right, I just checked the price :eek:
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it's expensive though for such a small bottle..
It works great for seborrhoeic dermatitis though - it clearly things up completely in 2 weeks and then you only need to use it once every few weeks to stop things coming back so a bottle will last months. I usually just use 1 bottle until it runs out and often I don't need to use it again for a good few months. I go through 1, maybe 2 bottles a year - you need a pretty small amount for each wash.
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