This scaly nightmare happens to be the culprit in most hair itchiness. But don’t worry, we have a quick solution to help you kick it out of your tresses.
First things first: go see your dermatologist. Dandruff is actually a medical scalp condition that needs to be assessed and treated by your doctor. Many people confuse flaky scalp with dandruff– and we’re here to tell you that the two are definitely not the same.
After visiting your doc, and once she or he approves, try our line of all-natural,cruelty-free products. They have your hair needs to handle your dandruff. The magic in Rhassoul Clay (the hero ingredient in Step 1) is in its ability to bind itself to impurities, toxins, dirt, and buildup. Essentially, it acts as a magnet to all the bad stuff, but locks in all the good stuff, like moisture. And you know we need that moisture!
Speaking of moisture, how would you react if you’re left all day with no drop of water to drink? Parched? Dehydrated? Arid? That’s exactly how your hair is going to feel if you do not moisturize it regularly. And when it gets really dry, your scalp will join in the protest and make you really antsy.
The Naturalicious Moroccan Rhassoul 5-in-1 Clay Treatment is our go-to because it’s clarifying, nourishing, and moisturizing. It’s not harsh like a normal shampoo and also does the work of a leave-in conditioner.
So you can rest assured knowing that if you do allow someone to touch your hair they will be in for a nice, pleasantly soft surprise!
There You Have It Boo!
Now you know that not 9 times out of 10, the itchiness on your scalp does not equal hair growth!