Stop Itching And Dry Scalp

Monday, November 2, 2009

Has your hair lost its natural bounce and shine? Does your scalp itch, or flake embarrassingly? It doesn't have to stay that way, you can repair your hair and scalp with a variety of products. There are shampoos and conditioners out there that can help. Your hair and scalp need care and attention just like the rest of you, so listen to its signals. If it doesn't look good, and it doesn't feel good, it's probably time for a change. If you're aware of your hair type and your options, and you use the knowledge well, you never have to have a bad hair day again.

First and foremost, know your hair. There are thousands of different hair care products out there, but they will only be as effective as possible if you match them up with your hair type appropriately. If your hair is dry and brittle, you need a rich, moisturizing shampoo and conditioner to help quench your locks, to restore their supple shine. If your hair is fine or thin, using a rich shampoo can make it even more limp and drab, taking away what little body it has,and a conditioner to match will only make it worse. People with fine hair should go for a light, clear shampoo, and may not even want to condition their hair on a daily basis, to avoid weighing your hair down.

People with oily hair have it rough. You would think that thorough, frequent washing would help unload greasy locks and keep your hair nice and light, but unfortunately, that's not how it works. Frequent washing dries out your scalp, causing oil-producing glands to work overtime, making the top of your hair even oilier, while the bottom of your hair dries out.

Shampoo once a day at most, and condition the ends of your hair thoroughly. Of course, you can have the most beautiful hair in the world, and a little dandruff will spoil the look completely. Luckily, most dandruff can be treated by frequent use of a dandruff shampoo and conditioner. You don't have to use it every day, if you prefer another conditioner, but continued use will help prevent future dandruff. If you have an extreme case, and dandruff shampoos don't do the trick, you may have psoriasis on your scalp. Many cases of psoriasis of the scalp can be treated and controlled with a shampoo that contains coal tar. It might sound funny, but it works wonders. It's worth a try, for beautiful hair and a healthy scalp.

Many of the scalp problems can be solved with just using the right kind of shampoo. Don't given in to the itch to scratch your scalp as that can result in damage to your scalp in the form of wounds. These wounds over time may heal, but it can also cause various types of scalp skin problems. The best way to stop your scalp from itching is to use shampoo and wash your head; however it may just stop the itching for a while. Another remedy would be to use lemon juice on your scalp. Just squeeze a fresh lemon and apply it to your scalp, at first if they are any wounds you will feel a slight burning sensation but that should subside after a few minutes and then you should be absolutely scratch free, then you can wash your scalp of the lemon juice.

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