By Black Hair Hub | Nov 25, 2019
Dandruff is an issue that most of us face or have faced at some point or the other and when it comes to anti-dandruff products, looking for the correct ingredients is vital. Ideally these should mostly be natural. Ever heard of the phrase ‘You are what you eat’? Well trust us sistah – your hair is a result of what you eat and the type of products you put into your hair. Applying the correct products to your hair and knowing the ingredients that go into the product will go a long way in making sure that your curls remain soft and glorious and that your scalp stays dandruff-free.
But what causes dandruff? Those pesky little flakes can be caused due to a variety of reasons but the main one is dry skin. So boosting hair moisture should, therefore, be your number one priority. That’s why an ingredient like coconut oil is a great moisture booster. Packed with vitamin K and iron, this tropical fruit has, by far, the most hydrating properties.
Also anti-dandruff products in the market are known to have cooling properties. When dandruff causes your scalp to get irritated and inflamed, this leads to itchiness. Using products with menthol in it will help soothe and calm the itch.
Here’s how we think that with TCB Naturals latest launch, we seem to have struck gold! We don’t mean to exaggerate, but this threesome is everything we’ve ever needed…to bid our dandruff woes good bye once and for all, we mean!! This anti-dandruff range comprises of an Anti-Dandruff Leave-In Spray, Anti-Dandruff Hair Food and an Anti-Dandruff Treatment and we couldn’t be happier to have found love at last. We say that only because it is enriched both, with coconut oil and menthol (Yes, these products do contain BOTH ingredients!) that cares for, nourishes and hydrates our hair from root to tip as well as soothes and calms our scalp from any previous itchiness from the dandruff.
Worth trying out? Oh we vouch it is! So what are you waiting for? Take the three of them home with you pronto! Say hasta la vista to all your dandruff problems.
Want to know our top tips for taking care of your hair? Please read How To Combat Dandruff Problems For Afro Hair.
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