It’s just as important to treat our scalp as we treat our skin. We all have different skin types and it does sometime relate to the condition of our scalp. Those who tend to have oily skin also tend to have an oily scalp as well so it is very important that we also cater our hair care products to our individual needs.There are a few mainconditions that your scalp may experience but keep in mind that you may have a mixture of these conditions:
This means that your sebaceous glands attached to your hair follicles are producing excessive oil/sebum.This can be due to such things as infrequent washing of hair, excessive conditioning of the scalp, inappropriate styling products and can also be hereditary.
Try using a shampoo with clarifying ingredients such as Phyto Phytocedrat Shampoo, Lavera Lemon Milk Shampoo For Oily Hair or A'kin Lemongrass Shampoo for Oily Hair
Dry Scalp is another condition to the scalp that is quite common. Usually people experience a tightness and itchy scalp and would often find some dry flakes (that are not actually dandruff).
Treat your scalp to some nourishing products such as Vichy DercosDermo-soothing Shampoo (dry Hair)and for the dry damaged hair, try using a nourishing treatment such as Klorane Mango Butter Intense Nutrition Repair Mask
This is probably one of the most common scalp conditions and is often the condition that is easily misidentified. Dandruff tends to be often mistaken as a dry scalp or the other way around. It tends to be much larger flakes and often is seen as greasy and oily as well.
It is best to use a dandruff specific shampoo and pick one that also works for your hair type:
All hair types: Phyto Phytheol Dandruff Shampoo Force 1 or Lavera Cornflower Shampoo Anti Dandruff