Dry Dandruff

Dry Dandruff

Dry dandruff is a common scalp concern, especially when season changes or during winter time.

Symptoms

  • Dehydrated scalp
  • Tight or itchy feeling on the scalp
  • Dry and powdery flakes on the shoulders

What’s the Difference: Oily dandruff and dry dandruff

  • Oily dandruff
  • Dry dandruff

Oily dandruff

Yeast (Malassezia) overgrowth Flakes are sticky, larger in size. Flakes may look yellowish or white.

Dry dandruff

Dehydrate scalp Scalp is dry with matt look Flakes are powdery, smaller in size. Flakes are mostly white.

Cause

Dandruff flakes are actually dead skin cells that naturally from the scalp, either a dry scalp or an overly oily scalp can cause excessive cells to clump and fall off, forming dandruff flakes. Dry dandruff is caused by overdried scalp, lacking moisture and nutrition supply. Without natural sebum protection, your scalp can’t keep the moisture which leads to dry flakes and tightness on the scalp. It is actually dead skin cells that naturally fall off the scalp.

Result

Tom Dry dandruff

Works fine!
I have noticed a significant improvement with my flaky scalp since using this. I am glad to be able to wear dark shirts again without any embarrassment.

Alexandra Dry dandruff

It helps my scalp!

Needless to say about getting rid of flakes, but it really helps a lot with the tight feeling. It was killing!

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Planted Formula

  • Myrrh

    Increase scalp defense with conditioning efficacy

  • Glycyrrhetinic Acid

    Reduce scalp inflammation, itchiness and redness

  • Vitamin E

    Moisturize your scalp

  • Vitamin B3

    Hydrate skin and decrease redness

  • Organic Aloe Vera (USDA Certified)

    Soothe scalp irritation and inflammatory.
    Level up moisture

Perfect solution

Dry Dandruff and Sensitive ECHO System

Gently remove dandruff with exfoliating products and focus on hydration treatment for improving scalp health.

MORE TO KNOW

What’s included

Step.1
EXFOLIATE
1-2 times every 7 days, must apply on dry scalp then massage it.
Step.2
CLEAN
Once every 3 days, shampoo twice in every use
Step.3
HYDRATE
Twice every day, day and night on your dry scalp

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I actually have dry dandruff or is my scalp just dry?

    if you have dry dandruff, the main reason is dehydrated scalp which means the scalp skin is dry!

  • Is dry scalp something more serious?

    Most of the time, dry scalp doesn't cause any big trouble. Without proper hydrating, a dry scalp may be more sensitive, especially when the season changes.

  • Should I scratch off all the dandruff?

    NO! Do not try to aggressively remove the dandruff with nails or combs! It can injure the scalp and cause even more dandruff or further scalp problems.
    Gently remove the dandruff with exfoliating products and focus on hydration treatment for improving scalp health.

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