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Last answer by Lorizza Posadas 66 months ago +0 votes:
I agree. In addition, dandruff can also be caused by the residue of shampoo that has not been rinsed off thoroughly. In that case, it has external cause. more
Last answer by Sam Montana 63 months ago +0 votes:
I have never found or heard that gray hair causes dry or itchy scalp. As we age and our hair gets gray, our hair also gets thinner. Using very hot water to wash the hair can cause drying. Using hair dryers and curling irons can also really dry out your hair. If you can, try not to wash your hair for a couple of days and see if your natural oils ease the itching. Our diet also affects our hair and... more
Last answer by Christine Marie 80 months ago +1 votes:
I would like to confirm that stress can be a cause of hairloss and this may only be a temporary situation. I too have thick hair and when through a period of time after both of my pregnancies when I could pull out handfuls while washing my hair. It lasted for a few months, or so, and I continue to have thick hair to this day. As for damaged tips of your hair, this could be caused by stress, produc... more
Last answer by Vicki Perry 84 months ago +0 votes:
I have a friend who needed a strong dandruff shampoo.  After several attempts, but no relief, she finally tried a shampoo called Nizoral.  It is one of the most expensive, but after a couple of treatments, she noticed she didn't have any signs of the ailment left.  She continued use and it seemed there was no need to use it at all for quite a while.  It may be expensive, but in... more
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Last answer by lucia anna 97 months ago +0 votes:
Try to use a teaspoon of fresh lime juice for the last rinse, while washing the hair. I recently read that this is a very useful remedy. Why? It's simple: tea not only leaves the hair glowing but also removes stickiness and prevents dandruff. Try and let us know. more
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