Top products from r/dandruff

We found 5 product mentions on r/dandruff. We ranked the 5 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top comments that mention products on r/dandruff:

u/BeckysMamma · 2 pointsr/dandruff

I know this is going to sound counter intuitive, but I think you're washing your hair too much. When you wash every day ones scalp tends to get dried out. Especially if you're using a sulfate based shampoo, which will strip your hair and scalp of its natural oils. So the way to retrain your scalp is to wash less and to wash without the sulfates, which seriously make ones skin a desert. (I use this)There are some good sulfate free shampoos out there but go with something with ingredients you recognize. If its all chemicals its probably not awesome. Then start trying to wash less often. Start washing every other day. Or start with washing 2 days in a row then skip one. I know, you're head is going to get greasy. It's not going to be pretty. But after a while it'll get used to not washing every day and it'll slow down the oil production. Most people take a week or two to 'reprogram' your scalp but once it does you wont have to wash as often and your scalp will be healthier and less dry. Check out r/nopoo for more information on alternative washing methods. If you use a body wash or something similar you might rethink that as well. All that stuff is bad for your skin.

u/L1ndaTesoro · 1 pointr/dandruff

The conditioner is ‘built in’ because it is a 2 in 1 shampoo. I can’t find Citrus Fresh on, but Green Apple is also great. Here’s the link to Amazon