Seborrhea. You probably have seborrheic dermatitis; I'm an expert on that, because I have it too. Over-the-counter dandruff shampoos work on mild cases, but for more serious dryness you need a prescription shampoo such as loprox (ciclopirox) or clobex (there are many others). I often add an anti-inflammatory foam like Luxiq or olux, which can be aplied directly to the scalp and won't mess up your hair.
Seborrhea. Seborrheic dermatitis is thought to be due to a combination of an over production of skin oil and irritation from yeast. Seborrheic dermatitis appears to run in families. Stress, fatigue, weather extremes, oily skin, infrequent shampoos or skin cleaning, use of lotions that contain alcohol, skin disorders (such as acne), or obesity may increase the risk.
I have white flakes in my hair even after I use an anti dandruff shampoo. What can I do to get rid of them?
Flakes. Olive oil may be used to loosen flakes prior to washing out with an anti dandruff shampoo.
Wash hair frequently. Try tar shampoo followed by a cream rinse or lemon based conditioner. This remedy might not be as effective as using an anti-dandruff shampoo because these contain antifungal ingredients that kill the fungus (malassezia) that is associated with dandruff.
How to get rid dandruff? I'm using dandruff shampoo called 'selsun yellow' and pantene anti dandruff, I got creambath for dandruff, but still not help
Have you tried. Ketoconazole shampoo yet? Dandruff sometimes can be caused by a certain type of fungus and that type of shampoo can help a great deal. Hope it helps!