How To Get Rid of Dandruff

Dandruff is commonly marked by itchiness on the scalp and hairline that produces excess small to large flakes of skin. These excess skin cells die and fall off, causing white flakes in your hair and clothes. Common causes of dandruff include dry skin, sensitivity to hair care products, having irritated, oily skin (also known as seborrheic dermatitis) and suffering malassezia yeast growth on the scalp.

Dandruff is not contagious, but if you are affected by this chronic, incurable skin condition with embarrassing flakes and itchy scalp, take heart. While there is no cure, there are several treatment options that can banish your flakes.

Dandruff can almost always be controlled. Here’s how to get rid of dandruff options that you can experiment with until you find a treatment that works for you.

Dandruff Shampoos – Are Not All The Same

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These shampoos contain special medications and formulas that attack dandruff by reducing fungus and yeast. Some dandruff shampoos even reduce the turnover rate of dead skin cells to cut down on flaking. Before using dandruff shampoos, read all warnings and directions on their labels, since some formulas may discolor your hair or dry your scalp further, which increases flaking. Also, dandruff shampoos aren’t the all the same, so you will need to experiment to find one that works for you.  If any shampoo causes itching, stinging, redness or burning, then discontinue its use.

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6 Effective Ways to Treat Eczema in Children

If your child has eczema, you are not alone. Eczema affects 13 percent of U.S. children under the age of 18, and up to 20 percent of children under the age of 10. Eczema can cause skin to become red, inflamed, and itchy. Treating eczema in your child can help relieve their discomfort, boost their confidence, and eliminate distractions surrounding this skin condition so they can hopefully, just be a kid again.

Looking for the best eczema treatment for toddlers and children? Here are six effective ways to relieve your kid’s eczema symptoms and reduce flares.
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A Checklist of Common Foods That Can Trigger Psoriasis

A Checklist of Common Foods That Can Trigger Psoriasis
Psoriasis is commonly triggered by factors including stress, smoking, taking certain prescription medications, and spending time in cold, dry environments. But many who suffer from this immune disorder say that certain foods also trigger psoriasis, and that avoiding these foods improves their symptoms. Eliminating these “trigger” foods from your diet one by one can help you identify and avoid the foods causing your flare-ups.

Use the Loma Lux Symptom Checklist to help you identify foods that affect your psoriasis. This exclusive checklist helps you track the places on your body where symptoms occur, the foods that trigger symptoms, and details about the severity of symptoms. Look for patterns, and show this checklist to your doctor when discussing psoriasis treatments.

Here’s a list of foods known to commonly trigger psoriasis.

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Getting Rid of Dandruff with Loma Lux Dandruff Pill

getting-rid-of-dandruff-with-loma-lux-dandruff-pillEverybody knows that anti-dandruff shampoos are the most common and convenient to use treatment for dandruff. But what if you could get rid of dandruff by simply taking a pill? Many people are not aware of such a treatment, although it is available and it is a great option in case an anti-dandruff shampoo is not working. The worst part about using an anti-dandruff shampoo is that it may cause addiction. This means that when you use the product, your scalp and hair are free of dandruff. But once you stop using the product, dandruff returns to your head as fast as snapping your fingers. Also, there are situations in which shampoos just can’t handle dandruff because the problem comes more from the inside, rather than from the outside. So it is definitely worth taking a look at these pills, to see what they contain and how they can help us better manage our dandruff issue.

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Product Review – LOMALUX Dandruff Pill

Today I wanted to talk to you about a product that may not interest all of you, but some of you may be very interested. I had hoped to give you a full review, but due to all of the health issues I have been dealing with I am constantly running behind on my blog post and I didn’t want to put this off. So you may end up with a follow-up post on this or at least some post on social media letting you know what I think later. Currently I am only a couple of weeks into taking this. I think a month to a month and a half is really needed to give a full accurate opinion.

LOMLUX Dandruff Pill

So lets talk about what this is. The product is the LOMALUX Dandruff Pill. It is a homeopathic medication (I will talk about what that means in a bit) designed to temporarily relieve the symptoms of dandruff. It is a combination of seven active minerals. It is lactose free, gluten free, and vegan. It does have a warning on the box to not take this if you have kidney disease, under fifty pounds, or breast feeding. So those are some things to consider before taking this. Also, the product claims have not been reviewed by the FDA. I personally don’t care about that factor, but I know some people do, and I want you to be fully informed when I review products like this.
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LOMA LUX LABORATORIES DANDRUFF PILL

Along with Acne & Psoriasis, Dandruff is caused by the excessively rapid turnover of skin cells. In healthy skin/scalp, new skin cells grow deep in the skin/scalp and slowly rise to the surface, usually every 23 – 30 days. With Dandruff, this process speeds itself up, causing Dandruff scaling and inflammation.

As Dandruff and other skin inflammatory conditions begin internally, why use a topical product that just treats the surface of your scalp? Dandruff Pill targets the internal source – for a healthy scalp from within.

Dandruff Pill’s totally unique 7 Natural Active Mineral Ingredients relieve Dandruff flakes, itchy scalp, dryness, oily scalp and irritation – all in one pill – taken orally, just like a vitamin.

As Dandruff Pill works internally, results are gradual. We recommend a 12 week use course to achieve optimal results. Continue taking as long as beneficial.

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Topical Steroids Can Cause Problems Far Worse than Eczema!

The dreadful “itch-scratch cycle” that plagues those suffering with eczema is about as vicious as they come, and anything that induces the condition has the full capability to bring forth unbearable discomfort. And just in case you didn’t know, the topical creams often purchased over the counter are at the top of a long list of things that make eczema symptoms worse.

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PRESERVE YOUR HAIR: LOMALUX DANDRUFF PILL

 

Like many StyleChicks readers, you likely invest time, effort and money into your hair to make it look its’ best: cut, color, highlights, conditioning and quality-hair care products, tools and treatments that don’t damage your tresses. But fifty percent of people have some dandruff. Dandruff shampoos are brutally drying and damaging to hair and can undo the look of an otherwise well-maintained, healthy mane.

We take vitamins to improve our skin, how about a natural remedy for better scalp skin? Nobody thought of this until LomaLux invented the all-natural LomaLux Dandruff Pill.

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Acne as an Adult? 4 Signs Your Hormones Are The Blame

It pops up out of nowhere, shows up uninvited, and completely ruins your plans. No, it’s not your clingy great aunt (though she can be equally annoying and hard to look at) – it’s acne. Again.

Patiently waiting until you’re older to finally have clear skin, only to learn the hard way that acne breakouts don’t necessarily end when your teenage years do, is a disappointment most wouldn’t wish on their worst enemy. You’re all grown up now, and babysitting adult acne isn’t something you look forward fitting into your schedule.
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