Chic Dandruff Shampoo & Products from Glamour

dandruff shampooChic Dandruff Shampoo & Products from Glamour

Dandruff can happen to the best of us, but when it does, you are not limited to “cheap, clunky bottle of shampoo from the drugstore and breathe in the smell of dads everywhere,” as Glamour mag puts it in its article “Bye Forever, Itchy Scalp: Dandruff Products Are Chic Now” by RACHEL NUSSBAUM.  And while drugstore dandruff shampoo usually does the trick, Glamour admits “dandruff shampoo isn’t exactly the chicest product in the shower.”

Fortunately, Glamour interviews prominent dermatologists, including Dr. Hadley King of SKINNEY Medspa  for dandruff shampoo and other products that are both chic and effective.

The Best Dandruff Shampoo that’s Chic + Effective

CAKE RESTORATIVE SCALP TONIC, $72, SEPHORA.COM

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Sephora’s Popular tonic CAKE Restorative Scalp Tonic combines Swiss Apple Stem Cells with a complex blend of essential oils, which,  according to Dr. Hadley King has “anti-inflammatory properties, which reduces irritation and inflammation, and will be less drying to your hair than more powerful flake-fighting formulas.”

Related Article: Prevent Dry Skin with These Tips from NYC Dermatologists >>

BRIOGEO SCALP REVIVAL CHARCOAL + TEA TREE SCALP TREATMENT, $32, SEPHORA.COM

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BRIOGEO SCALP REVIVAL combines charcoal and tea tree oil to eliminate the yeast bacteria that causes dandruff. This is a great if you gone a few a days without showering and “want a bedtime fixer-upper.” Glamour offers Dr. King’s insight that “the longer products are on your head, the better they’ll work, so this nighttime treatment gets it done without forcing you to hop in the tub.”

CHRISTOPHE ROBIN CLEANSING PURIFYING SCRUB WITH SEA SALT, $53, SEPHORA.COM

dandruff shampooThis sea salt scrub offers a non-chemical alternative to your traditional dandruff shampoo, especially if you want to avoid dandruff products containing salicylic acid. “Dr. King says that if that kind of chemical isn’t your favorite, scrubs like Robin’s could do the trick instead by clearing out the buildup and dead skin that can cause inflammation.”

Related Article: Salicylic Acid: Why the Best Skin Care Products have it >>

AVEDA PRAMASANA PROTECTIVE SCALP CONCENTRATE, $45, NORDSTROM.COM

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Aveda’s dandruff shampoo protects your scalp’s natural barrier with  lactobacillus, manages your scalp’s oil production using seaweed extract, and protects against pollution using tamanu. Besides all its perks “It’s also very pretty, a benefit Dr. King says not to discount: Beautiful products keep us hooked and paying attention to our scalp health. This packaging style is also one to look for, with a dropper tip that squirts the ingredients right where you need them.”

SACHAJUAN SCALP SHAMPOO, $28, SEPHORA.COM

dandruff shampooSachajuan’s formula combats flakes with an elixir of salicylic acid, climbazole and piroctone olamine “to exfoliate skin and kick-start healthy cell turnover.” Glamour explains the  “Dr. King says the combo takes on yeast—if left alone, bacteria feeds off of it to create more inflammation and flakes.”

To read about more chic dandruff products read Glamour’s full article here.

 

 

 

 

 

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