Cebu, Philippines
October 1, 2009 7:39am CST
Well I have a friend who's suffering from this kind of situation. We've tried already to use anti dundruff shampoo and all expensive and cheap stuff thinking it will work. And right now were running out of option what to use to stop the dundruff. We tried menthol, baby shampoo for a week but it will not go away. So what could be the reason why no matter what we use still wouldn't work. Any suggestion mylotters?
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4 responses
@Rainegurl (2158)
• Philippines
1 Oct 09
Hi ccarabuena My solution to recurring dandruff has always been The Bodyshop's Ginger Shampoo. If it's too severe, I go to the salon and get a hair spa. That way, my scalp also gets a good massage. Most of the time, my dandruff is caused by stress. Maybe your friend is stressed out at work. Maybe it would also be a good idea for her to take a break to relax. Cheers!
• Cebu, Philippines
6 Mar 10
I don't think she's stressed out since she's just at home and do nothing! Does a person get stressed out?
@LdeL0318 (6435)
• Philippines
1 Oct 09
Try to squeeze and scrub some calamansi on the area with dandruff. This is what my cousin did before. I learned it from her. She said it's effective.
@Calais (10900)
• Australia
1 Oct 09
Now Im wondering why I didnt listen to my hairdresser..She said there is another form of dandruff, but a lil worse ( and I cannot think of the name, starts with an 'S')....That is caused by stress....But in any case 1 week is not long enough to get rid of dandruff thoroughly, probably more like a couple of weeks...
@Trensue (5253)
• United States
1 Oct 09
Apple cider vinegar did wonders for my husband. He said the key is to brush the dandruff to loosen it up. Wash the hair very well and then rinse with the vinegar. The price is right. It is very inexpensive. He mixes it 50/50 with water. Sprays in on his scalp, lets it sit for about 5 minutes and then rinses. He swears by it and I have seen an improvement.