Coming back, to the review. Winter is always accompanied by flakes. I'm not talking about the snow flakes darlings, the flakes that make our life miserable.
I have the oily sticky scalp with very fine dandruff whcih is not apparently even visible. but it makes it's persence known by all kind of manifestation. You can check my post on it here.
What to do?
Commonly anti-dandruff shampoos make the hair too dry and that way, it's not different. but what stands out is that, it cleanses my hair through and through without leaving any kind of residue and the dandruff stays away for at least three days after which the scalp starts getting a bit oily and itchy again. given, I almost had to clean my hair every alternate day, it's a winner.
besides, the bounce and shine it brings when followed up with a conditioner is amazing!!
Well, it doesn't clean up or lather well in the first go. And if you wash your hair twice, it might strip your hair and scalp off all the moisture. In that case, how do I use it?
no problem!! I do the first rinse with my regular Sunsilk Lusciously Strong shampoo and as a treatment, do a second rinse ( focusing on my scalp) with this one. Followed up with a conditioner, I'm set for another three days.
So, brings down to cleaning my hair to almost only twice a week. Cool huh?
I had got buy this one and get the Soya-protein shampoo free for 75 bucks. ( Don;t know which one is the freebie here).
I actually did repurchase a 400 ml gigantic bottle of this one.
Do I recommend? If you have seborrhic dermatitis ( oily scalp and dandruff ) this might be a good choice provided you use it along with any other regular shampoo and follow up with a conditioner.
For dry scalp-- No. I don't think so because I am not sure how this would fare.
So, what do you think?
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