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Which Shampoo Actually Gets Rid of Smelly Hair and Scalp Odor?

March 2, 2021

Most people want to know the top 10 or top 5 clarifying shampoos or deep cleansers because they are having some of the more common scalp or hair problems. But to be honest after all that I have gone through with my hair and scalp problems I can tell you that you should not be looking for a shampoo to clarify. Why? because they can be very harsh on the hair and scalp. They are designed to strip the hair and the scalp. This means that they also strip the vital outter layer of the scalp and also the coating, sheathing of the hair. Not good – especially for long term hair health. These same branded conditioners will then coat the hair with dimethicone – which is lightweight and will make your hair look good but it is not actually good for the hair.

How Do You Get To The Source of The Problem

Balance! That is the key word. If you are having smelly hair and scalp odor issues on the head, ears, eyebrows and even around your nose then the bacteria or fungal balance is now out of balance. Remember that everywhere on your body there is bacteria and fungus. When you start having problems is when this delicate balance tops to the fungus or bacteria side. So what causes scalp odor? The primary thing that causes this are anti biotics that allow fungus to grow, harsh shampoos that strip the outter layer of the skin and also raise the ph too high to protect it and finally the blockages that happen at the hair. All of the together allow fungus and bacterial growth to accelerate.

What Do You Need To Do To Get Back To Healthy Hair and Scalp

Deep Cleanse, Detoxify, Restore Balance and Restore Proper Ph. It sounds like a lot and if you do not use the correct products you could be chasing this for years. However, there a product or I should say a company that has done all of this for you. The product uses a special blend of herbs. These are designed to purify, melt away sebum and hair follicle blockages, irrigate the hair follicle which helps to expel sebum, coatings but also bacteria and fungi that have set up camp there. The shampoo’s ph helps to restore the proper ph level to the scalp to protect it against foreign invaders – this is vital for long term results.

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