Winter is right around the corner ya’ll! I love this time of year…yummy food, the holidays, scarves, boots, and a dry, itchy scalp.
What? Huh? A dry itchy scalp! Yes, you heard me; I am a victim of dry skin and an itchy scalp. Lack of moisture in the winter can lead to super dry tresses. No one likes to admit it, but it happens sometimes. I don’t want to walk around with flakes in my hair when it’s not snowing outside!
I recently got to try the new Head & Shoulders Eucalyptus Itchy Scalp Care. I have never been a one brand kind of gal when it comes to shampoo and conditioner, so I welcomed the Head & Shoulders Eucalyptus Itchy Scalp Care with open arms. I have extremely curly hair and it’s hard to manage sometimes. I usually have to put a lot of product on it to moisturize and smooth it down.
I have been using the Head & Shoulders Eucalyptus Itchy Scalp Care shampoo and conditioner for a couple of weeks. My hair feels soft, my scalp is itch free, and my hair smells fresh and clean! In the winter we have hot conditions indoors and cold conditions outside, this causes your hair to lose moisture and become dry and dull.
Head & Shoulders collection of soothing products promises to ease your scalp and dandruff problems. With 84% of surveyed scalp issue sufferers concerned about these issues, head & shoulders has combined the effectiveness of their HydraZinc formula to alleviate these conditions leaving your hair beautifully flake free*. (* Visible flakes with regular use. Up to 100% Flake Free.)
If you suffer from dry, itchy scalp I challenge you to try the Head & Shoulders Eucalyptus Itchy Scalp Care. And if you don’t have a dry itchy scalp I promise you’ll love it too!
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