Best Dandruff Shampoo – Avoid the Most Common Mistake When Choosing the Best Shampoo For Dandruff!

How can you tell the best dandruff shampoo from a range? Do you look at the label and choose the one that claims to be good for dandruff? Alternatively, do you look at the shampoo ingredients and pick one that is suitable? You could also try out various shampoos until you find one that is best for dandruff. This is a frustrating process especially if you have people staring at you because of your excessive dandruff.

Dandruff is quite common. It affects the scalp and causes flakes of skin to appear when skin cells on the scalp are renewed the old ones are pushed to the surface. If skin renewal is faster, more dead skin is shed, making your dandruff more noticeable. Dandruff can be quite embarrassing when its all over your clothes and you have no way of stopping the flakes from falling.

Most high street shampoos (including those that claim to be the best dandruff shampoos) have irritating ingredients that commonly cause scalp flaking and irritation. One of the ingredients you must avoid when choosing your best dandruff shampoo is sodium lauryl sulfate (sls). Did you know that many popular shampoos have sodium lauryl sulfate?

SLS is an inexpensive chemical that is used as a foaming agent in shampoo. It is also used in cleaning detergents such as garage floor cleaners and engine degreasers. It is used for cleaning away oils so imagine what it does to your scalp? It rids the scalp of essential oils that protect you from fungal infections. SLS is also used for clinical testing as a primary skin irritant to test the effectiveness of healing agents on irritated skin.

So how do you choose the best dandruff shampoo? Simply using a sodium sulfate free shampoo can help resolve your dandruff and itchy scalp problems. Natural or organic shampoos do not contain SLS. They contain natural ingredients such as rosemary, lavender, aloe vera that help to soothe and heal your scalp. Shampoos and scalp preparations to help treat dandruff are available over-the-counter (OTC) from your local pharmacy, and most supermarkets.

Don’t fall into the trap of picking the best dandruff shampoo on the basis of the label. Always check the ingredients of your shampoo. Avoid shampoos with sodium lauryl sulfate (sls). Instead try natural or organic shampoos as they do not irritate the scalp but instead give you relief from an itchy scalp and reduce dandruff. Better still they last almost twice as long as ordinary shampoos!

Michael Ortiz

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