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I have been using head and shoulders for as long as I can remember. I have never had any issues with it. It completely sorts out the itchy scalp and dandruff.

That all changed about 3 months ago when for some reason head and shoulders changed their formula. 

They said that the new forumula is better and more advanced. 

What a load of bullsh1te. 

The new formula is made my scalp worse and is alot worse then the old bottle.

Anyone notice with their new version bottle. Not sure why they had to go change something that worked. 

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I don't use it that often   maybe 2 times a month or so lol

But i use tea tree shampoo from Holland and Barrett and it's really good on your hair,  it's good for oily hair and scalp 

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4 minutes ago, puzzled said:

I don't use it that often   maybe 2 times a month or so lol

But i use tea tree shampoo from Holland and Barrett and it's really good on your hair,  it's good for oily hair and scalp 

I have nwver tried that. To be honest ive tried various different shampoos but nothing worked. 

Only head and shoulders did the trick for me. But now they go and change their formula. Which is causing more dandruff. 

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5 minutes ago, Big_Tera said:

I have nwver tried that. To be honest ive tried various different shampoos but nothing worked. 

Only head and shoulders did the trick for me. But now they go and change their formula. Which is causing more dandruff. 

Yeah head and shoulders worked for me as well but then it started drying my hair so I stopped using it, I only use it like twice a month. 

Tea tree shampoo has worked for me.

Do you drink lots of water? Lots of water is one of the best things for oily scalp. Also wash you hair with cold water, warm or hot water makes the oil and dandruff worse. 

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5 hours ago, puzzled said:

Yeah head and shoulders worked for me as well but then it started drying my hair so I stopped using it, I only use it like twice a month. 

Tea tree shampoo has worked for me.

Do you drink lots of water? Lots of water is one of the best things for oily scalp. Also wash you hair with cold water, warm or hot water makes the oil and dandruff worse. 

It actually does still work for me and I still use it. Just thought others may have noticed a difference in the new formula which is causing drying out slightly. 

Thanks for the tips may try some other ones. Holland and barret are quite good with using more natural ingredients in their products. 

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I didn't realised that it had changed but I started researching it when I starting loosing my hair over the last few months. I was getting really worried. Presumed it was my medication I was on but it turned out to be the apple version. As this was the one I had been using. Cant comment on the others as it was the apple one i was using.

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Head and shoulders have a rep for causing hair loss  would suggest trying other brands for dandruff control and scalp issues elvive has two antidandruff formulae one male marketed the other phytochemical based tried that one is very kind to my fine hair . Can always use extraordinary oil conditioner to boost condition of hair .

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4 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

Head and shoulders have a rep for causing hair loss  would suggest trying other brands for dandruff control and scalp issues elvive has two antidandruff formulae one male marketed the other phytochemical based tried that one is very kind to my fine hair . Can always use extraordinary oil conditioner to boost condition of hair .

What's the best shampoo for hair loss and spots/dandruff on the scalp

I have an adverse reaction to all oils, they act as an irritant, and I've tried practically all desi makes including mustard, coconut, Amla and so on

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On 3/24/2019 at 7:41 PM, puzzled said:

I don't use it that often   maybe 2 times a month or so lol

But i use tea tree shampoo from Holland and Barrett and it's really good on your hair,  it's good for oily hair and scalp 

Bai ji Photo bhejo apne shampoo di

me head nd shoulder use krda si- its too strong. And how mush expensive ur shampoo

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On 8/6/2019 at 5:06 PM, Guest Khalsa Raj said:

What's the best shampoo for hair loss and spots/dandruff on the scalp

I have an adverse reaction to all oils, they act as an irritant, and I've tried practically all desi makes including mustard, coconut, Amla and so on

Have you tried childrens farm brand of kids shampoo they are very mild , you ciuld add a few drops of lavender and rosemary essential oils  to make it antidandruff , even usinglive yoghurt on the scalp as an alternate day treatment will get rid ofoil and leavehealthy bacteria onscalp to boost body's resistance against fungi causing dandruff. In purataan times that how Singhsused to clean their hair. Getsomesun and air to your scalp after washing it all helpa.

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On 3/24/2019 at 4:45 PM, Big_Tera said:

I have been using head and shoulders for as long as I can remember. I have never had any issues with it. It completely sorts out the itchy scalp and dandruff.

Theat all changed about 3 months ago when for some reason head and shoulders changed their formula. 

They said that the new forumula is better and more advanced. 

What a load of bullsh1te. 

The new formula is made my scalp worse and is alot worse then the old bottle.

Anyone notice with their new version bottle. Not sure why they had to go change something that worked. 

I'm not sure. 

 

But you know Johnson and Johnson recently was found to have added ingredients that cause disease. 

 

I had an Intuition years ago (god speaking to me) that they caused diseases and stopped using them. 

 

Very sad that companies do that 

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If you wear a turban expect a sweaty head and scalp along with the hair. Think about it. All that heat and sweat from wearing a head covering all day gets trapped causing excess moisture and itching build up which makes dandruff worse. ie yeast formation. Especially as the hair is long. 

I wash hair everyday. But use very little shampoo which minimises the harmful affects. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Unfortunately shampoo company change QUICK! these days. Pantene, H&S been around for years. Garniers' Fructis also appears t have disappeared(?) on shop shelves.

For smooth kes I'd recommend Argan oil shampoo.

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I used H&S once (free sample through the letterbox, lol); never again. Made my kesh dry and brittle. Some of the more modest brands do a better job, such as Alberto Balsam and a few others. I've never had scalp issues but there must be a desi ilaaj for those type of flare-ups. It's one thing going out and smelling of various Indian oils, but I don't see a problem with massaging the head with oil for an hour or so before shampooing it out. Also aids in a peaceful night's sleep in my experience.

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On 8/7/2019 at 3:46 PM, Big_Tera said:

If you wear a turban expect a sweaty head and scalp along with the hair. Think about it. All that heat and sweat from wearing a head covering all day gets trapped causing excess moisture and itching build up which makes dandruff worse. ie yeast formation. Especially as the hair is long. 

Are you serious? "yeast formation"?

That doesn't even happen in India, much less cold and rainy England and Canada.

No one is berating you for cutting your hair. If you want to cut your hair, then cut it.

I fail to see why you would write such utterly hateful words for a physical form which our Gurus kept. This would be something like a Hindu or Muslim would write.

It sounds like argumentation for why not to keep your hair.

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