Any guys that wears darker, solid colored shirts knows if he has dandruff. And if you’re one of the dandruff guys it’s not something you should put off correcting. Why? For one, it’s gross looking. (Would you date a woman that looked like a snowstorm broke out on the top of her head?) Two, you can get rid of dandruff with just a little bit of effort. For one, the shampoo you use …
Use The Right Shampoo
If you’re opting out of naturally attempting to rid yourself of the flakes, look for ingredients like selenium sulfide, coal tar, and zinc pyrithione that tackle the fungus that can cause dandruff to thrive. (You can find a few our list of 9 great shampoos for men.)
For a more natural approach, a solid option is SMaple Shampoo for Heavy Dandruff ($18 @ Amazon.com). No sulfates, parabens, or phthalates — stuff that’s potentially harmful to your body — the shampoo uses jojoba and other organic ingredients to reduce dead skin cells from shedding while kickstarting cell regeneration.
Whether it’s poor genetics or your diet is in need of an overhaul, you might begin to see improvement once you take supplements high in vitamin A, such as cod liver oil or vitamin E.” These supplements help repair the skin from the inside out and allow it to shed normally all over the body. You can check out our story on the best supplements for men for additional suggestions.
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