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Doctor insights on: Should I Decrease The Frequency Of Shampooing Or Change Shampoos

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How often can you change your shampoo?

How often can you change your shampoo?

Shampoo: Most people use the same shampoo, but one can certainly use different ones. For some skin conditions, such as seborrhea, i often have patients alternate two different kinds of shampoos. The bottom line, you "can" use more than one. ...Read more

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Is it true what people say about shampoos that is hair develop immunity against them overtime? So that we should change shampoo often.

Is it true what people say about shampoos that is hair develop immunity against them overtime? So that we should change shampoo often.

Hair is dead: Hair is composed only of dead tissue. It can't "know" what you put on it a few days ago. It can only respond to what you have on it now. This is like saying that your nails become "immune" to your nail polish and so you have to change polish brand frequently. Use s shampoo that makes your hair feel/smell like you want it to feel/smell and don't be fooled by all the ads. ...Read more

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My hair start falling after using patanjali brand shampoo but then i changed my shampoo but still my hair is falling.I am 17yrs old male?

My hair start falling after using patanjali brand shampoo but then i changed my shampoo but still my hair is falling.I am 17yrs old male?

Not shampoo: This shampoo will neither benefit nor harm you. Look elsewhere for the answer. Since there are several kinds of hair loss your basic first step is to consult a dermatologist for a definition of the type of hair disorder. The remedy follows the diagnosis. ...Read more

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My head is full of dandruff....Continuous hairfall. What should I do? I changed my shampoo several times but nothing...Any idea.

See a dermatologist: There are many prescription medications that can help with dandruff better than over the counter ones. Also consider that this may be scalp psoriasis that is more difficult to treat than dandruff (seborrheic dermatitis) or even ringworm (fungal infection of the scalp). All three can look very similar. ...Read more