Users' questions

Does head and shoulders work on African American hair?

Does head and shoulders work on African American hair?

So if you want to keep your style looking great and flake-free,* it’s important to use products that protect from dandruff multiple days a week, for days you wash your hair and days you don’t. The NEW Royal Oils Collection by Head & Shoulders is developed specifically for black hair by a team of black scientists.

What causes dandruff in African hair?

The most common trigger for dandruff is a fungus called malassezia, which feeds off of your naturally-produced sebum oil. Sebum is produced from the scalp within each hair follicle, and its presence helps lubricate your hair strands.

How do African Americans treat dandruff?

African Americans who don’t suffer from dandruff may do fine with washing their hair a few times a month, but those who do suffer from dandruff should wash their hair at least once weekly. Use lukewarm to warm water, as hot water dries out your scalp. Choose your shampoo wisely.

What is the best shampoo for oily dandruff?

The clarifying shampoo with argan oil helps in combating greasy and oily hair and provides relief from dandruff and itchy scalp. The Tru Moroccan clarifying shampoo is considered the best shampoo for thick oily hair as it is able to remove excessive build-up of sebum and thus prevents oily and flaky scalp.

What is the best shampoo for black men?

Best Shampoo for Black Men: 5-3. 5. Redken’s Shampoo. This product fixes hair like a pro. It has the combined powers of apricot oil, glycerine and glucosamine to give hair the added volume and texture while keeping frizzes away. It also has a balance pH level to keep African American hair looking better after every shampoo.

What causes dandruff in hair?

Dandruff is caused by a yeast, which inflames the scalp, and is marked by scaling on the scalp that causes itching and flaking. Scalp buildup, on the other hand, occurs when hair is not cleansed adequately or often enough.