Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Can Head & Shoulders Help You?

Now I know it's not the most glamourous of topics, but I love giving advice, and if this blog can help one person with a hair problem then I've done something useful (like picking stuff up with my feet, whilst I think it's a skill, others just think it's because I have monkey feet) and if it's helped stop an itchy scalp then even better!
Tom has hair most women would be extremely jealous of (I am very jealous - even after cutting two and half inches off it, it's still well below his shoulders!) Thick, healthy looking and naturally dries straight. However, he was really struggling with an itchy scalp - which was driving him, and me nuts. I felt so bad as I could see how much it was getting to him, and even got to the point where he had abrasions on his scalp - running the risk of infection. We'd given LUSH products a go, which helped in the short term but weren't getting to the root of the problem. Then came Head & Shoulders.
Head & Shoulders has been around for over 50 years, marketed for those with problem scalps, and dandruff - it's always been there and long gone is the myth it strips hair of colour. It really doesn't, I use it and my colour is still there. Tom decided to give H&S a go, and I don't think he'll ever use anything else. I've even given it a go, and ladies that lack volume - this stuff gives hair bounce.
After around a week of use, the itching had gone and the flakiness on his scalp had begun to clear. What I think it brilliant about Head & Shoulders is the fact it clears the symptoms as well as the causes. It doesn't mask them to make you able to cope with an itchy scalp, it eliminates the itchy scalp. He's been using the Itchy Scalp 2-in-1, and I've even given it a go and it's great. At £4.99 for 450ml, it's definitely worth the money - I've stocked up thanks to a 3 for £10 offer in Tesco recently.
Just counted back the amount of times I've said itchy scalp...it's made me itch! Ha!

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