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1caspa femeninobefore noun dandruff shampoo — champú anti-caspa masculino
- How conscious people have become about skin and acne and about hair and dandruff.
- It came to pass of late, that my jacket lapels were showing some spots of dandruff, a minor ailment that even the Pharaohs had to cope with.
- A small amount of the warmed oil can be used to treat dry scalp dandruff.
- Dry dandruff appears silvery and white while greasy flakes appear pale yellowish and may have an unpleasant smell.
- And I know this shampoo is good because I have used it and it really does remove dandruff.
- Nits stick to the hair while things like dandruff and dried hairspray flakes can be blown away.
- Just distinguishing between nits and flakes of dandruff is difficult, especially on blond hair.
- Use the dandruff shampoo every day until your dandruff goes away.
- If you find dandruff still a problem, rosemary or nutmeg oils massaged into the scalp can be effectively used to control this condition.
- Don't confuse dandruff with dry hair even though men with dandruff often have dry scalp.
- The problem that appears to be dandruff could be psoriasis or a more severe form of dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis.
- Her greasy brown hair was held back in pigtails flaked with dandruff, and congealed hair grease.
- Scalp seborrhea varies from mild dandruff to dense, diffuse, adherent scale.
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