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Anti dandruff oil
Anti dandruff oil
Our Anti-Dandruff Hair Oil helps to nourish the scalp with its natural extracts like rosemary and tea tree while its antimicrobial properties help to clear the scalp of infection and dandruff. It helps in enhancing the blood circulation, thereby promoting the healthy growth of hair.
Net weight : 125 ml
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This oil has fabulous properties in the care of skin problems, infections or atopic skins. This "gifted" oil is also outstanding against cellulite, hair loss and dandruff.
Our Anti-Dandruff Hair Oil prevents dandruff by eliminating microbial infections of the scalp. It nourishes the scalp and keeps hair healthy.
Massaging hair with this nutrient-rich hair oil provides extra nutrition to the scalp and prevents hair fall. Massaging also increases blood circulation to the scalp, which strengthens hair roots. Regular scalp massages add luster and shine to hair.
Anti-Dandruff Hair Oil helps to nourish the scalp with its natural extracts like rosemary and tea tree while its antimicrobial properties help to clear the scalp of infection and dandruff. It helps in enhancing the blood circulation, thereby promoting the healthy growth of hair.
What of dandruff?
Dandruff is a condition of the scalp that causes flakes of skin to appear. Dandruff is a common condition, which is marked by itching. In some cases it can be embarrassing and not easy to treat.
Fortunately, dandruff can be controlled. In mild cases, the person need only find a suitable shampoo which contains a gentle cleanser. When the dandruff is severe, a medicated shampoo will be required.
Symptoms of dandruff
The hallmark sign of dandruff, or seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp, is white flakes on the scalp and in the hair. If the person is wearing dark clothes, the flakes will be more noticeable when they fall on their shoulders. The scalp may also feel itchy, tight or sore.
Adult individuals with seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp may have red, flaky, greasy patches of skin.
There are while flakes of skin on the scalp, and in the person's hair
Flakes may be oily looking
Head may feel tight and itchy
Head may feel tingly
Head may feel sore
Red, flaky, greasy patches of skin (adults, Seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp in adults)
Crusting and scaling rash on scalp (babies with Seborrheic dermatitis, or cradle cap)
Symptoms of dandruff in babies and children
Often referred to as cradle cap, signs and symptoms may appear when the baby is between 2 weeks and 6 months of age, especially between the ages of 3 to 8 weeks - this usually disappears after a few weeks; in some cases it may take months. Although cradle cap may be alarming to parents, it is not dangerous.
A symptom is something the patient senses and describes, while a sign is something other people, such as the doctor notice. For example, drowsiness may be a symptom while dilated pupils may be a sign.
Our product contain atleast one of the following active ingredients:
Zinc pyrithione - an ingredient which slows down the production of yeast
Selenium sulphide - this reduces the production of natural oils your scalp glands produce
Coal tar - this has a natural anti-fungal agent. If your hair is dyed or treated remember that long-term coal tar usage can stain the hair
Ketoconazole - a very effective anti-fungal. Most people who use this are pleased with the results. Experts say shampoos with this ingredient can be used with young and elderly people
Salicylic acids - these help your scalp get rid of skin cells. They do not slowdown the reproduction of skin cells. Many "scalp scrubs" contain salicylic acids. Some people find salicylic acid treatments leave their scalps dry and eventually make the flaking of the skin worse
Tea-tree oil - This oil comes from the Australian Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia). A growing number of shampoos now include tea-tree oil as one of its ingredients. It has been used for centuries as an anti-fungal, antibiotic, and an antiseptic. However, some people are allergic to it
Green Tea potential - Researchers from the Medical College of Georgia, USA, found that green tea may have potential for the treatment of dandruff and psoriasis.