Lynnette Joselly: Dealing with Embarrassing Dandruff | Go and Brush Your Shoulders Off

Dealing with Embarrassing Dandruff | Go and Brush Your Shoulders Off

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Who here suffers from dandruff and/or dry itchy scalp? Unfortunately I’m someone who does. My dandruff can be mild from a few tiny flakes visible on my scalp or dropping onto my shoulders. Leading me to only wear white shirts or light clothing to try to hide it. There has been more severe moments when it looks like a ‘snow storm’ falling onto my shoulder, and that is just pure embarrassment. I wanted to be able to wear black shirts again. Which is why I switched to Dove Dermacare Scalp shampoo and conditioner, to help banish hair dandruff all while having smooth and manageable hair.



I CAN'T STOP SCRATCHING MY HEAD.

Dandruff is also known as dry itchy flaky scalp. The first rule when treating an itchy scalp is not to scratch. Scratching can actually make the condition worse and more visible. You will notice more flakes of skin dropping onto your clothes, so scratching is the last thing you want to do in public. Excessive and frequent scratching of inflamed skin can damage the scalp and lead to wounds which may bleed. This has actually happened to me to the point where I sometimes find blood stains under my fingernails when I scratch my scalp. Can't believe I admitted that, but sadly it's the truth. The Dove Dermacare Anti-Dandruff Dryness & Itch Relief Shampoo and Conditioner relieves irritation and leaves hair flake free with regular use.


I WAN'T TO WEAR BLACK SHIRTS AGAIN.

An itchy scalp can be a socially embarrassing situation. I do not want to be caught scratching my head like a mad woman. Just imagine wearing something dark and feeling the need to scratch your scalp, knowing if you do so that flakes of skin are likely to end up all over your shoulders. Which is why wearing light-colored clothing will help hide your dandruff and make the flakes much less noticeable. Another way I deal with it is by wearing a cap, hat, or scarf to hide the dandruff on my scalp.

But like I just said, this is only hiding the dandruff not helping to get rid of it. The last thing I want to do is carry a lint roller to pick the flakes off the fabric. If the little flakes on your scalp and shoulders are starting to make you feel self-conscious, then it's time to look into a dandruff treatment. Don't let dandruff control your life and hold you back from wearing your favorite outfits. Throw the hat away (or just put it in your closet for now) and lets kiss dandruff goodbye with Dove Dermacare Anti-Dandruff Dryness & Itch Relief Shampoo and Conditioner.


PREVENT AND MAINTAIN AND DANDRUFF-FREE HAIR AND SCALP.

Aggressive washing and harsh products could take away your scalp's nutrients and hair's moisture balance, making it dry and dull. With Dove Dermacare Anti-Dandruff Dryness & Itch Relief Shampoo and Conditioner you don’t have to compromise between flake free and nourished hair. It is formulated with coconut and shea butter to nourish and alleviate dryness. You can prevent most simple cases of dandruff by following the simple healthy hair and scalp routines below:

  • Shampoo regularly with Dove Dermacare Scalp Dryness & Itch Relief Anti-Dandruff Shampoo. It effectively tackles dandruff with regular use to help solve dryness and itch.
  • Drink water to properly hydrate skin leading to a healthy scalp. Water is integral to our health. What you might not know is how it affects your scalp.
  • Avoid using too many hair products. All those styling products may be causing your hair and scalp to dry out. Looks for gels and hair creams that don't have alcohol.





Are you looking for an effective dandruff treatment? Click here to find out which Dove Dermacare Scalp Shampoo and Conditioner is right for you.

23 comments:

  1. thank for posting about an embarrassing issue most of us deal with. lots of great info

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  2. Dove is a great shampoo. Though I never have dandruffs but I have seen many facing this issue. I prefer dove to them.

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  3. Dove makes such great products!! My lack of hair means I don’t have much dandruff issues but I’ll defo pass this on to others if they are looking for help/advice

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  4. Thanks for letting me know about this product. I may have to try it for my husband who has issues with dandruff. By the way, you have gorgeous hair!

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  5. I sometimes get dandruff in the winter, and I HATE Head & Shoulders - I swear it makes it WORSE! Thanks for sharing, this year I'll try the dove, love their shampoo!

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  6. my mom use to get really bad dandruff and it always happens when she is stressed I am gonna pass along the info on these products I really think she will find them useful.

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  7. I feel for you. My hair problem is I shed like a dog.I have plenty of hair as it grows back so fast.

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  8. This is very helpful article. Facing the problem from long time. Will definitely try this product. Thanks for sharing

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  9. I have used so many shampoos and conditioners that I have lost count. Nothing works for me. Dove some what but not that much. Thanks for sharing though.

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  10. Dove care is just the best. I have seasonal scalp issues and I’ll definitely be looking out for this line of shampoos to help my hair!

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  11. I've always loved Dove products. I will have to try this out because I do get dandruff!

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  12. I’ll have to look into that. I had dandruff as a kid and then a few months ago a friend pointed it out to me - I really didn’t even realize I had it...but it sure didn’t make me feel good.

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  13. Lately my scalp has been drier than usual, I am going to give this a try.

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  14. My scalp tends to get super dry this time of year. Springtime allergies definitely do not help. I haven't used Dove products before but I may give them a go to see if they help!

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  15. I deal with dandruff...and the current shampoo I use for it only controls it but doesnt take it away. Im going to need to switch over to Dove and see how it works. Thanks for the recommendation!

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  16. I used to have dandruff years ago, when I was a teenager, but lucky for me now it's all gone. I do use only professional products for my hair and maybe this is why.

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  17. Oh we don't have that Dove variant in my country! I wish we do. We love Dove. But lately, my daughter has developed dandruff and it's annoying her to bits. It's not itchy but it's embarassing. I dunno what to do anymore!

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  18. Dove products are awesome. This is a much needed post. Your tip on not using too many products is great and so true.

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  19. OMG- your hair is AMAZING!!!

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  20. Dove is a nice haircare products, and I just both my new sets last night :)
    Gives me fresh smelling hair always.

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  21. waaah i have the same problem.. so i think it is important to use an effective shamppo!!! love your recommendation here!

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