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Professional Salon Products for Dandruff

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If you follow me on Insta, you know I’ve had some dandruff issues lately.

About two weeks ago, I was talking to a coworker and she told me of a brand called Eufora. I looked it up and found a professional salon that carried the line. I set up a quick appointment so they could assess the situation and inform me of the products that would help. 

The specific products I picked up are extremely hard to find online so I’m not going to include links, but I do recommend checking out one or two of their products if your salon carries the line, especially this repair line I got for my dandruff, dryness and greasiness. 

Now the shampoo is my favorite because first, it doesn’t have sulfate. What?? Did you know that almost every shampoo you’ve ever used in your life has sulfate? When you get a Brazilian blow-out OR if your hair is extremely dry, you must use a shampoo without sulfate because it is a drying, stripping chemical. The shampoo feels like it’s truly just cleansing the hair, without stripping it of its natural oils. The conditioner, while I do enjoy it, has to be left in for just two to three minutes (not the recommended five) because it really makes my hair feel like it’s going to get rid of all the dandruff from my dry scalp which then causes an influx of flakes. That’s why I use the conditioner sparingly (every other wash) so I don’t go out in public with just dandruff and dry scalp pieces (super sexy right?)

The beautifying serum is the moisturizer of the bunch. Two or three pumps need to be worked through your fingers and then rubbed through towel dried hair or thirty minutes before you plan to hop in the shower to wash your hair. Either way it definitely gives the scalp and hair follicles the moisture it so desperately needs.

The dry shampoos are both good, and so far, have not left white streaks in my hair. Because they’re professional hair products, they’re pricey in comparison to the Dove dry shampoo or one you could find at Target but they are less chemical ridden and more natural. Therefore, they are better for your hair especially if you’re one to use dry shampoo several days in a row. The hair specialist at the salon informed me that with the condition of my hair I should be washing my hair every other day. Problem is, my hair is greasy day two. Side note: I have no %$&#$$^ idea how some girls (especially from the UK) go FIVE days without washing their hair. That is absolutely inSANE. I could never ever do that. My hair would turn into a grease clump. I’m not messing around, five days is a long ass time to not use shampoo and cleanse that shit. Anyway tangent over. I use dry shampoo like crazy the second day so my coworkers aren’t disgusted by the greasy mess that is my hair. Even the specialist thought it was odd… dry scalp but greasy too and she was surprised to see how greasy my hair was after just one day. I need fish oil or some shit like that to get my hair on track? Suggestions and words of wisdom are welcome in the comments below!

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Again, thank you all so much for your positive response to my Insta post about dandruff. The response was overwhelmingly awesome and I have a list of solutions I can recommend. What’s your favorite method of getting rid of dandruff? …come on we all get it from time to time!

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Thanks for calling me the product guru as that is very nice of you! I will continue feeding you information about all sorts of things. Many more coming because I’ve been testing quite a bit lately xx

Right? I found out so much about so many different things. In a year, I’m going to know a little something about so much more than I do now. Love it xx

I’m so glad you wrote about this! I have SUPER dry hair but I haven’t had any issues with dandruff (at least not yet) but I’m glad to know there are options besides Pert because I KNOW my hair would not vibe well with that!

I have heard of people doing the no poo thing and that blows my mind… I would be a grease ball too! I haven’t experienced dandruff but my hair is usually really dry or too greasy.. never a happy medium!

These look like great options- I’d also recommend using apple cider vinegar! I wrote a post on my blog about it (you can check it out under Beauty) and I’ve been using it recently and it’s working great! I love that it’s natural and SO inexpensive!

I have the apple cider vinegar, but something about putting vinegar in my hair and on my scalp freaks me the heck out! I’ll check out your post because I’m quite intrigued about the use of that vinegar as a solution because I’ve read a lot of home remedies about it xx

Lots of people have dandruff & when I posted about it on Instagram the response was overwhelmingly positive. Everyone seemed to have their own solution which was amazing! xx

I started to have bad dandruff this year too, and i usually try tho stick to all natural products which already don’t contain sulfate. I had to use some really stinky oil, but it worked! I’ll consider this brand should it ever happen again

I can’t deal with stinky anything, ESPECIALLY when it comes to my hair. I used to smell all of the shampoos in a store before I picked one. It was based on smell first and foremost and then secondly was the benefits of the shampoo and if it would work for me so stinky oil…count me out lol! xx

This looks like a great line of hair products! I love that the shampoo doesn’t contain sulfates! And I’m needing a new dry shampoo so I’ll try this one out (love that you didnt notice any white cast!)

xo, Christina

Fashion & Frills

I seriously don’t understand how people don’t wash their hair for that long either! I wash my hair at least once a day (sometimes more than once because I’m a swimmer and chlorine can’t stay in my hair for too long or else it gets nasssssty). Major props to them I guess? hahaha

xx, Victoria

memphismadeblog.com

Love being introduced to new products…especially when it comes to hair! I color mine so often (it changes like the wind), that it’s hard to keep it soft and healthy. Always like trying new things, thanks for the tips!!

xo
Carrie
CS Gems

How often are you coloring your hair? I used to dye my hair blonde, but then I stopped and found that my hair didn’t fall out and break as often as it had before. Coloring definitely does make it weaker so using a good shampoo & conditioner is a must xx

What shampoo are you using? I must know as no sulfates is amazing & good for you for knowing to have one without it xx