How to Wash Hair Properly to Get Rid of Dandruff | Head & Shoulders

How to Wash Hair Properly to Get Rid of Dandruff | Head & Shoulders


So today I’m going to talk you
through how to get rid of dandruff. I get it. I’ve been there. You’ve got dandruff, but do you
really want to use a dandruff shampoo? But it is 2017, people, and
they’ve come a long way. So I use a dandruff shampoo,
and I don’t have any flakes now. So now that is over, let
me show you how to do it. So first you want to wet your
hair just like with any shampoo. Now, I’ve spoken about
this in my videos previous, but try not to have the water too hot
here, as that can aggravate your scalp. Next, take your dandruff shampoo
and really work it into the scalp. This is where dandruff starts,
so it’s not just about the hair. You want to make sure you get a
really good lather on the roots to cover the whole scalp. Don’t forget– as you rinse,
the shampoo will travel down to the end of your hair to make
sure that every strand gets a really good clean. Now, that’s the easy part. You’ve got rid of the flakes,
but to keep dandruff away, you need to be using a
dandruff shampoo regularly, because it’s the active ingredient it
leaves behind that keeps you protected. So I try for around three times a week. Some people do like to mix it up
and drop in their expensive shampoo every now and again, but
don’t do it, because you’re going to be reversing
all of the good you’ve done by washing away
that active ingredient. Now, the next part is getting
the right conditioner. So just like when you switch up
shampoos, using the wrong conditioner can mess with the shampoo’s action. So make sure you choose a
good dandruff conditioner. You want to start right
at the scalp to make sure that you run the conditioner
from root to tip, to make sure the whole hair is covered. Then, rinse and you’re done. That’s it. No more dandruff worries.

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