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    Dandruff shampoo?

    I always get winter dandruff really bad
    And was wondering what the best product to use was?
    I have yet to find a cure

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    My issue isn't just the dandruff - it's the unbearably itchy scalp.

    I use Neutrogena T-Gel. It's not a cure, but it does provide some control. I'd like to be better about using apple cider vinegar rinse, but I always forget.

    Good luck.
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    Nizoral works best for me. It's more expensive than the other brands but it really gets rid of my dandruff.
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    My husband gets dandruff pretty bad every now and then, he just uses Head and Shoulders. He washes his hair twice a day, even if that is two showers one wash each or one shower with two washes. He scrubs his scalp pretty good, lets the shampoo sit (like you would with a conditioner) and then rinses really thoroughly. Whenever he keeps this routine up, he doesn't have any dandruff until he breaks the routine.
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    I've used T-gel too and also let it sit on my scalp for a few minutes before I rinse. You might have to try a couple of different shampoos. Head and Shoulders does nothing for me at all.
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    Head and shoulders. It works. My hair stylist also told me to blow dry my hair ASAP because it sitting wet makes it worse or something. Either way that helps a ton
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    I actually use distilled white vinegar in a little hair spray bottle. I spray it on my scalp after I shower. Once it dries, the smell is gone, but no itch!

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