Oily Dandruff

Oily Dandruff

If you have an oily scalp, you may experience dandruff problems more often if there is no proper care with the scalp. It even gets worse during warm seasons!

Symptoms

  • Excessive oil secretion
  • Itchy scalp
  • Large and sticky flakes
  • White or yellowish dandruff

Difference: Oily dandruff and dry dandruff

  • Oily dandruff
  • Dry dandruff

Oily dandruff

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

Dry dandruff

Dehydrate scalp Scalp is dry Flakes are powdery, smaller in size, and mostly white.

Cause

Excessive oil secretion on scalp directly leads to oil dandruff growth as oil would trigger the growth of yeast (Malassezia). Malassezia would then cause big, sticky dandruff on the scalp.

Result

Michelle Oily dandruff

No more greasy hair and dandruff
Hated those big chunks on my hair root. Worth trying!

Emily Oily dandruff

It helps my scalp!
I’ve seen a dramatic improvement in my flaky scalp. Less sensitivity on my scalp, hair is softer than before.

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Planted Formula

  • Glycyrrhetinic Acid

    Reduce scalp inflammation, itchiness and redness

  • Ginger Tincture

    Relieve itchiness and inhibit bacterial overgrowth

  • Vitamin B3

    Hydrate skin and decrease redness

  • Organic Aloe Vera (USDA Certified)

    Soothe scalp irritation and inflammatory.
    Level up moisture

  • Juniper Berry

    Antibacterial

Perfect solution

Oily Dandruff ECHO System

Shampoo daily to prevent sebum clogging.
Regularly perform deep purification to maintain a healthy scalp for hair growth.

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 day, shampoo twice in every use
Step.3
HYDRATE
Twice every day, day and night on your dry scalp

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does oily scalp cause hair loss?

    Could be. In the long term, without proper cleaning, excessive oil may clog the pores and slow down healthy hair growth.

  • Why is my hair so oily?

    Many reasons can trigger that. Scalp sebum could be one of them.
    Too much sebum makes your hair slick and greasy. Cleaning the scalp sebum regularly is necessary for maintaining a healthy scalp.

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