Candid Cream For Dandruff And Dry Scalp

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MK Says:


I'm from India. I have a very bad dandruff and my scalp is very dry. The dandruff comes out in patches. Can i apply candid b cream? Will it help? Will there be any hair loss?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, MK! How are you?

Dandruff can have various causes, so before you can properly treat it. You need to see your doctor to figure out the cause.

It can be caused by dry skin, oily skin, not washing your hair frequently enough, not properly rinsing your hair when you wash it, psoriasis, eczema and some fungi.

Thus, if you use the wrong thing to try to treat it, you could end up making it much worse.

What have you tried so far?

How often do you wash your hair?

What type of shampoo do you use?

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Pal Says:

I have dry skin and in winters i end up having white small particles because of dry skin in some part of are.

Can you please suggest me some medicine.


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Tee Jay Says:

Morning. I had very bad dry scalp for a very long time. A doctor told me to shampoo with Keto Plus Shampoo, you do not have to get a subscription for it. It is for Dandruff & Seborrhoeic Dermatitis of Scalp (according to the bottle). After using it in four shampoos, I was AMAZED at the result. It worked miracles for me and will continue to use it. The instructions on the bottle said to use once in a while for maintenance.

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ganesh Says:
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My doctor prescribed candid b lotion for dandruff and hair loss. Is that the right solution?

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Sugandha Says:
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My daughter 3+has severe itching of scalp..with scaly dandruff..... Can I apply candid lotion over her scalp..

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rabisankar Says:
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I have a fungus infection on my scalp. Can it be removed and cured by candid b lotion?

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