Talking issues concerning the hairscalp Hi everybody! A warm welcome to today’s episode. Today we’re talking about hairscalp issues. This is a long requested theme that I actually have postponed, beacuse I feel that this is such a big topic. There’s gonna be a lot of talk, a lot of information. I’m gonna divide this into two episodes so it won’t get too long. So today we’re gonna talk about dandruff and and dry scalp. What’s the difference, how can you prevent it and tackle it. And in a later episode I’m gonna talk about psoriasis and alopecia. But let’s dive into today’s topic – Dandruff and dry scalp! Many people think that this is the same thing, it’s not. Many people has dry scalp thinking they have dandruff, but it’s not the same. A dry scalp reminds of the same feeling as dry skin on the body. You can see it as a mealy, white powder of the dry skin. That’s dry calp. You can get dry scalp from many reasons. Maybe an unbalance in the sebum production. Sebum is meant to naturally grease the skin and if you wash your hair too often it can get disrupted. You may experience greasy roots because of this, but it can actually be a dry scalp. The skin is trying to protect itself, trying to compensate the dryness with extra sebum instead, leaving the skin unbalanced. It’s also very common to get unbalanced skin during the changing of the seasons. Espacially when we go from warm to colder climate. I get dry hands, dry skin, and also a dry scalp. It’s connected. That’s when it’s extra important to use extre gentle and caring products. You maybe need to use less perfume in your products, look for products with keywords like “balance” “soothing” “calming”. They’re sooo nice to use. Try not to walk around for a long period of time with so strong products containting certain alcohols for example. It dries out the scalp. If you’re very itchy, try not to itch! The more you scratch, the more it itches. God now it’s starting… So, please try not to scratch and itch. Because when you damage the skin it will try to protect itself (again) and the skin will fall away from the scalp in this mealy type, increasing the more you scratch. So again, try to leave it be. Maybe it’s time to use a different washing powder or softener. Maybe it’s too strong when you’re extra sensitive during the cold winter causing the itch? Try to think and go over in your head what may be the problem. Maybe it’s your diet, stress, hormones, what’s going on in your system inside your body. So think about it. There are products, hairmasks designed for troubled scalps. Scroll down to the information where I’ve listed really good and helpfull products that I recommend to different types of scalp-problem. Hairmasks for the scalp can be compared to facemasks for the skin, for example. They’re super calming and super comfortable if you’re dry, and remember to keep using the products for a longer period of time until you feel that the skin is back in its normal hydrated state. If you use it for just one time, well, maybe it feels good for one week, but later the problem will be back. And there are also leave-in treatments. Often small drops that you dub on your scalp. Also there are products that calm itching, dry hairscalps. So if you’re a person who itch, try one of these serums because they help. Some of them even help the hair grow better. Only positive effects! God so many words (hehe) I’m trying to be effective and to the point, I normally talk too much and too long. Alright, so what about dandruff?
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