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Remember this: having an itchy scalp doesn’t necessarily mean you have dandruff. You might actually have a dry scalp or you might be dealing with product build-up. If you want to know the difference between having a dry scalp and having dandruff or learn more about their causes, look no further: we’re here to help you. After all, with so many misconceptions linked to dandruff, trying to find the right information can be difficult. So if you think you’re suffering from this common hair issue and want to know everything about dandruff in detail, you’ve come to the right place.
While there’s no miracle cure to this flaky problem, using the right products and following the right hair and scalp care practices can make it easier to manage and control. Dealing with an itchy scalp? We’ll suggest some ways on you can relieve that irritation. Plus, we’ll dispel any of those common dandruff myths to distinguish fact from fiction. Fun fact: did you know tea tree oil was one of the first known remedies for dandruff? It’s because its soothing and antibacterial qualities help alleviate a lot of the symptoms of dandruff. But nowadays there are many anti-dandruff shampoos on the market to choose from, and we’re here to give you the lowdown on each so you can pick the right dandruff solution for you.