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Natural Hair Treatment for Dandruff

Say Goodbye to embarrassing flakes over your shoulders!
Say Goodbye to itchy scalp!
Say Goodbye to hair loss caused by dandruff!
Say Goodbye to dry hair caused by dandruff!

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A whole colony/families of fungus can be living on a head

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Dandruff is caused by a fungus Malasseziaglobosa. The fungus lives and feed on human scalp causing itching and flaking.

The fungus feeds on sebum, the oily product produced by the sebaceous glands. The fungus has no ability to manufacture its own fatty acids, so relies on human sebum for its source, having oily scalp also lead to hair loss and dandruff.

Sebum acts to protect and waterproof hair and skin, and keep them from becoming dry, brittle and cracked. Dandruff causes excessive flaking of skin from scalp. Itching from dry or greasy scaling varies.
Possible Causes of Dandruff
* Over-shampooing
* Improper drying of hair after wash
* Allergic reactions to hair products

Before Treatment @ LaoFoYe

Very serious scarred dandruff condition formed over many years. Some areas covered by very thick deposits pulling together cause irritation and tightness. Roots and pores are clogged. Itchy scratches cause scalp to bleed. Remove dandruff immediately before it becomes worst.
With the help of LaoFoYe’s dandruff treatment using Ancient Formula,
scales of dandruff will be removed layer by layer.

After Treatment @ LaoFoYe

Healthy clean scalp, clear of dandruff is exposed. Scalp becomes pinkish, sensitive with baby-like skin. Hair follicles becomes clearly visible and can breathe. Restored scalp encourage healthy follicles to naturally sprout new hair.

Dandruff can be controlled but treatment may need a little patience and persistence. Thick deposits of dandruff (especially wet thick dandruff) are more difficult to treat and takes longer time and sometimes it leads to severe scalp problems. LaoFoYe has experience in treating very stubborn and serious dandruff problems. Layers and layers of dandruff can gradually be removed over time. Get rid of dandruff and get rid of your itchy scalp. Home-use products would also be recommended, depending on seriousness of condition.

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This entry was posted on May 27, 2013 by in Dandruff Hair Treatment.

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