(Part 2) Top products from r/oldpeoplefacebook

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We found 10 product mentions on r/oldpeoplefacebook. We ranked the 30 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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Top comments that mention products on r/oldpeoplefacebook:

u/BurningValkyrie19 · 1 pointr/oldpeoplefacebook

I used to be a hairstylist and I also have this issue. The reason why anti dandruff shampoo doesn't work is because this isn't true dandruff, it's something else. I think it might be sebhorric dermatitis, but I'm not 100% sure. Basically the scalp grows too fast and isn't shedding properly, leaving you with flakes.

What I'd advise people to do is to get a small brush with somewhat stiff nylon bristles (this one is my favorite and can be found for sale in many salons for cheaper than this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004Z1LD8S/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_07AIAbCNNT377) you brush the flakes off the scalp with the comb, but be careful to not brush too hard! Once that's done, I put tea tree conditioner all over my scalp. I use a Paul Mitchell medicated tea tree conditioner. If you buy this, PLEASE buy it from a salon, not the grocery store or online. You'll probably get tampered or expired product if you don't buy from a salon. You can even get this stuff at Great Clips, it's a very popular product. I give my scalp a good massage and leave the conditioner on for 10-30 minutes, then rinse it out. It's not a perfect treatment yet, but it's pretty effective and I'm still experimenting with different products so I can get this figured out.

u/AntcuFaalb · 3 pointsr/oldpeoplefacebook


> Did you have that one friend that was on the outer edges? That you wanted to figure out but couldn't because of mental illness. Take a look inside from his perspective as he shares with his lifelong friend; a unique insight

u/caeloequos · 1 pointr/oldpeoplefacebook

Surprisingly it's called "the complete cooking for two cookbook". By america's test kitchen. https://www.amazon.com/Complete-Cooking-Two-Cookbook/dp/1936493837 :)

u/FlyingBeefTaco · 6 pointsr/oldpeoplefacebook

What about those digital picture frames with built in wifi? Something like this

u/bigstar3 · 3 pointsr/oldpeoplefacebook

This. Just have her make a wishlist. I had my mom do that forever until I was able to create a sub account under my prime membership. Also, would it have killed ya to search the shit she sent you a picture of? I found it in less than 10 seconds ya putz!

u/Cleops · 1 pointr/oldpeoplefacebook

Bwahahaha :D My evil plan has worked.

Seriously though - I found a neat tool recently you can use to stop your amazon likes from appearing on Facebook. It is here for PC/Mac and here if you are browsing FB on your phone with an iphone or android