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When and Why Prescription Shampoo and Herbal Formula Shampoo_AROMASE scalp care1
When dealing with scalp issues, selecting the right shampoo is crucial for scalp health. You might choose between prescription shampoos, recommended by dermatologists, and over-the-counter herbal shampoos, known for their natural ingredients. Knowing when to use each can effectively manage your scalp condition.   Prescription Shampoo: for Emergency and Acute Conditions Prescription shampoos are specifically formulated to treat particular scalp issues and are usually recommended by healthcare providers for conditions that are severe, persistent, or not responding well to daily shampoo products. Here’s when opting for a prescription shampoo is wise: Severe Dandruff and Seborrheic Dermatitis: When daily dandruff shampoos…
Prescription vs. Herbal Shampoo: Which One Is Right for Your Scalp?
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AROMASE_scalp care_The diffrence between Oily Hair and Oily Dandruff (1)
Understanding Dandruff and Oily Hair Before we address the connection between dandruff and oily hair, it’s essential to understand what each condition entails. Dandruff, a common scalp condition, results from shedding dead skin cells, often seen as white flakes. It can cause itching and irritation. Contrary to the myth that it’s only due to dryness, dandruff can also stem from fungal infections, sensitivity to hair products, or excess sebum production. ( Learn more about 2 types of dandruff ) Oily hair happens when the scalp produces too much sebum, which can make hair look greasy and heavy, often needing regular…
Oily Hair vs. Dandruff: Can Dandruff Cause Oily Hair?
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How to Get Rid of Dandruff Summer Tips for Oily Dandruff & Dry Dandruff AROMASE scalp care tips
Dandruff is a common scalp condition that causes white flakes of skin to appear on your hair and shoulders. It can be annoying and embarrassing, especially during summer when you want to enjoy the sun and breeze. But what causes dandruff and how to get rid of dandruff?   Two main types of dandruff: oily dandruff and dry dandruff. Oily dandruff is caused by excessive production of fungus, resulting in the overgrowth of sebum on the scalp. Sebum can build up on your scalp and create a favorable environment for a yeast-like fungus called Malassezia, which feeds on the oil…
How to Get Rid of Dandruff: Tips for Oily Dandruff & Dry Dandruff
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Winter scalp care routine for dry scalp and oily scal-AROMASE scalp case study
What Causes Winter Scalp? The air can become much drier during the winter due to colder temperatures and lower humidity levels. This lack of moisture in the air can lead to dry skin and hair, including your scalp. The cold weather can strip away natural oils that keep your scalp healthy and hydrated, leading to itchy, flaky, irritated skin. Additionally, indoor heating systems can contribute further to drying out your scalp. When temperatures drop outside, most people turn up their thermostats indoors; this causes heated dry air to circulate throughout homes and offices, creating an even drier environment on your…
How to Switch Up Your Scalp Care Routine in Winter | Tips for oily scalp & dry scalp
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AROMASE-blog-Should I Avoid dimethicone
What exactly is dimethicone? Dimethicone is a silicone-based ingredient widely used in skin foundation, skin moisturizer, 2 in 1 shampoo, hair conditioner, and other skin and hair care products. It gives a silky-smooth and soft-touched texture and helps to retain hair moisture.   Is it always bad? Depends on the perspective. Dimethicone is a safe ingredient when used in cosmetic products. Hare the drawbacks and benefits. Drawbacks of using Dimethicone in “Shampoo products” The molecular weight of dimethicone is big, it’s unlikely to be absorbed into the skin. The silky-smooth texture of dimethicone is hard to rinse off when it…
Is Dimethicone Bad? Should I Always Avoid it?
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the difference of Dandruff psoriasis-aromase scalp case-01-01
The early stage of psoriasis can be similar to oily dandruff! Both affected areas can be itchy and flaky. (Read more: Two types of dandruff: Dry dandruff and Oily Dandruff ) However, the cause and treatment are very different for oily dandruff & psoriasis!   Oily dandruff: Cause Oily dandruff is one of the most common scalp problems caused by the yeast “Malassezia.” Without proper care, Malassezia feeds off the oils and thrives on the scalp. Can develop into seborrheic dermatitis.   Scalp Psoriasis: Cause Psoriasis is a chronic, inflammatory skin disease. Hereditary condition: psoriasis risk is based upon the…
What does dandruff psoriasis look like? Pictures, Symptoms, Must Do Daily Care
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Olympics2020_AROMASE scalp care
Nothing gets the world more excited like Olympic 2020, the Games officially kicked off with the opening ceremony on July 23rd, run until August 8th. Let the game begin and set our desire for exercise free especially during the longtime of pandemic. Do you feel that you actually find that their hair becomes thinner and less over time after exercising?  No kidding! We got this concern from customers. Here are the top 5 essentials scalp care tips that you could be sure that your scalp stays healthy and gets beautiful hair to grow out. Tip #1: First, Scalp Deep Cleansing…
Top 5 Essential Tips for an After-Workout Sweaty Scalp
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Dry-Scalp-AROMASE
Dry scalp can be a pain…LITERALLY! Symptoms like irritation, flakes, and inflammation are a nuisance, but when you add winter to the mix, you are in for a world of problems. Fortunately, symptoms can be managed with a few tweaks to your hair care routine. Dry Scalp Care Tips: What You Need to Know Use A Gentle Shampoo for Your Dry Scalp Shampoo less: Double cleanse with a gentle shampoo and try to delay your next wash day. Shampoo frequency: Daily cleaning- once every 3 days; Purifying cleaning- Once every 2 weeks. Shampoo with a gentle ingredient: Such us myrrha,…
How To Deal With A Dry Scalp During Winter
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The skin on your scalp is just as important as the skin on your face, but it’s often neglected because it’s hidden under your beautiful hair. While diet and exercise contribute to scalp health, a little scalp maintenance can go a long way in achieving luscious locks of hair. Here are 5 benefits of a quick scalp massage.   Scalp Massage Benefits 1: Hair Growth Your hair won’t grow without adequate nutrients. Massaging your scalp can improve blood circulation and stimulate the follicles. Grab your favorite hair oil or growth serum and use the balls of your fingertips to massage…
5 BENEFITS OF A SCALP MASSAGE : HOW TO MASSAGE YOUR SCALP
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This is not the first time for beauty and fashion magazine recommends AROMASE scalp product, but we would like to share the different points to AROMASE fans once again. Thank you, Vogue Taiwan! What triggers scalp problems? The scalp is thinner than the eyelids, and it is even more delicate than the face. (Yes! We have no double that you are surprised by the fact) The sebum secreted of the scalp is 7 times compares to facial skin. Scalp problem can be the result of: Humidity climate Diet habit Life style Stress Air pollution (PM2.5) Wrong shampoo Incorrect shampoo way (Tips On…
What Triggers Scalp Problems?​ Natural Home Remedy to Stop Scalp Conditions
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