Dandruff! The never ending hair woe that seems to affect everyone at some point in their lives. Most of us get dandruff & itching on the scalp during this cold season. Read on to know how we can treat dandruff at salon.
Dandruff is nothing but those dry, white flakes of skin you brush off your collar or shoulders which can get embarrassing and itchy. When these white flakes are in abundant it is called a dry dandruff, but when the white flakes turn yellowish because of the excessive moisture in the scalp they call it the moist dandruff. The moist dandruff is worse than the dry dandruff because it sticks like yellow scales on the scalp, it reduces the aeration of the scalp and makes it a breathing ground for bacteria and fungus.
Dandruff needs to be treated because if untreated it can be a major cause of discomfort, sensitive scalp as well as hair fall. Dandruff again is associated with fungal infection because on the scales lives a fungus which perpetuates the dandruff or the infection of the scalp.
What treatments are available?
Saajo offers few hair treatments that will help you get rid of dandruff.
- Regular hair spas help you get rid of dandruff and an itchy scalp quickly. Hair spas treat the scalp and the hair, ensuring it’s getting the right amount of moisture and getting rid of all the pollutants, dirt, and dandruff flakes properly.
- Ozone hair treatmentimproves the scalp condition and treats dandruff issues with ozone therapy.The treatment stabilizes the scalp by its potent germicidal properties. This hair treatment kills bacteria and fungus without causing any damage to the scalp skin and hair. This treatment is also available with Jhelum Loves Hair Tonic. The hair tonic is infused with essential oils like Ginger, Geranium and Patchouli to save your crowning glory. It also improves hair growth and controls hair loss.
- L’Oreal Dandruff Treatment helps reduce the appearance of visible flakes and rebalances the scalp. Powerful ingredients such as Zinc Pyrithione and Glycolic Acid help combat flakiness and ease the sense of discomfort associated with dandruff.
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