Dandruff is often the result of dry scalp or seborrheic dermatitis in the skin. They may also be triggered by eczema, psoriasis, or a yeast-like fungus, Malassezia, proliferation. The remedies sold in pharmacies may be shampoos containing zinc pyrithione, which targets bacteria and fungi, ketoconazole; which also attacks plants; coal tar and selenium sulphide, which slows the development and decay of cutaneous cells in your scalp; and salicylic acid, which peels the movies so that they can then wash away.
When it comes to dandruff, not only the white spot black shirts are disturbing, but also the scalp’s itchiness and dryness. The symptoms of this chronic disorder are diverse: skin issues, chemicals sensitivity, stress, difficult water… If a skin disease such as psoriasis does not cause dandruff, shampoos are intended to eliminate them.
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