Stubborn scalp flakiness? Finally, here's how to get rid of dandruff for good
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Many of us have experienced the flaky scalp and itchiness of dandruff - after all, one in two of us will get dandruff at some point in our lives. When the first signs of dandruff appear, most of us know what to do - we just reach for a trusted bottle of anti-dandruff shampoo like Head & Shoulders, which is proven to tackle the root cause of dandruff.
What are the causes of dandruff?
The reason we get dandruff is a microbe that is present on everyone's scalp, and which can cause itchy, flaky skin. Head & Shoulders contains zinc pyrithione, which is proven to tackle this root cause of dandruff.
Usually, you'll see an improvement right away as the shampoo washes the flakes away. And after regular washes, the mild dryness and itchiness that sometimes come with dandruff should clear right up, ensuring the flakes don't return.
How to get rid of dandruff for good
For some stubborn cases, there's an itch that doesn’t seem to go away, a persistently dry, irritated scalp, and flakes that seem to come back no matter what. It's a real head-scratcher.
But there is a solution that is clinically proven to tackle even the most difficult dandruff cases. It's called Head & Shoulders Clinically Proven Solution and it's designed in two formulas to get rid of stubborn dandruff and to provide relief from an itchy scalp.
The clinically proven difference
Head & Shoulders Clinically Proven Solution contains a powerful active ingredient called selenium sulphide. It's designed to provide up to seven days' protection against dandruff by tackling it at the source.
And what's more, it won't leave your hair dry or smelling medicinal - you'll just get your soft, easy-to-comb hair back with a great scent and no itching or flaking.
Have you tried Head & Shoulders Clinically Proven Solutions?
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