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Is it possible for a certain shampoo line to cause dandruff?? I started using Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Shampoo and Conditioner and I started flaking badly! Could this be an allergic reaction or just my imagination?
well if u dont know u could see a doctor instead of guesing.
don't know if it's an allergy, but some shampoo's can cause dry scalp and dandruff, some times it's just because you switched shampoo's. You should stop using it, go back to your usual brand till the flaking stops, then you can try something else.
It may be - try not using it for a week.
Best shampoo is a natural one - no harmful chemicals
Try Simply Organics - an aussie company that makes only natural shampoos etc
Interesting website as well!
yes it is. i used garnier Nutrisse for a long time and then my hair started doing that. Quit using it and use a dandruff shampoo for awhile. Then try something else out.
I use Suave and the Avon brand, they have never caused this with me and alot of the more expensive ones have. I cannot use the upper line of hair care, it makes my scalp itch and flake and my hair act funny.
Sounds like an allergy to me...I've had similar allergic reactions from shampoos & conditioners. Try to find a hypo allergenic shampoo to use for a couple weeks to see if it stops...good luck!
This is very important. Check the ingredients for formaldehyde. If its in the shampoo, don't use it. One of the cheapest and best is Suave.
Look at your ingredient label. Many shampoos use ammonium laurel sulfate, or ammonium laureth sulfate, both of these can damage hair and scalp. Switch to a shampoo that contains sodium laurel/laureth sulfate. I like Matrix smooth and silky, it smells great.