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IIN I cant get rid of my scalp issues?
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No shampoo works and I always wash my hair. I have very horrible dandruff no matter what I do. I constantly have to pick out the white flakes from the roots of my hair. Its kind of like around my hair my hair constantly scabs. I still get this with long hair but its less frequent with long hair, when I cut it for whatever reason that aggravates it a great deal. My hair looks smooth and clean but I still always have scalp issues.
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Have you tried Moroccan oil?
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Consult an expert. I wouldn't mind betting you're washing your hair far too often and have dried out your scalp. How often are you washing it?

I don't see how cutting your hair could possibly make any difference to your scalp - please explain.
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@: Ellenna
Every other day. If you ever been to the barber they tend to sometimes scrape your scalp with the trimmers.
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Go see a doctor.
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you_go_glen_coco
I have been washing my hair with a concoction the last month. I mainly just wanted my hair to get thicker (which was the main benefit this concoction provides) but it came with some pretty awesome side-effects.
Long story short, if you want the recipe just ask me. I don't have dandruff but it gets rid of any and all dead skin, moisturises your scalp, cleans your hair, leaves it soft and gives it volume, also, it makes your hair grow at an insane pace.
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I wouldn't be surprised if you have an overgrowth of yeast in your body. Try to cut back on sugar and starch in your diet and start drinking water with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in it. If you want to use apple cider vinegar Braggs brand apple cider vinegar is the best. Definitely go see a doctor as soon as you can. Also try a dandruff shampoo called Nizoral. You can also massage your scalp with tea tree essential oil with coconut and or jojoba oil before you wash your hair.
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mrbrownfinger6
shave it off
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It might be exama or one of those skin diseases.I've suffered as a child with skin scales in my hair,scalp and eye brows.Drove me nuts with itching.Does it itch?A humidifier moisture may help.Humidity in the air
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Stop washing your hair.
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