Do you have plaques, loose dandruff, redness or itching on the scalp? Take your diagnostic test to find the right care routine for your type of loose dandruff.
Do you have fine, flaky loose dandruff combined with a dry scalp? Does your scalp feel itchy? This is dry loose dandruff, related to the excessive proliferation of scalp cells.
Do you have larger clumps of dandruff that stick to the hair, with an oily scalp and possibly, itching? This is oily loose dandruff.
For each loose dandruff condition, a suitable response is necessary in order to eliminate loose dandruff more effectively.
In order to get rid of dry loose dandruff, it is necessary to use a special shampoo that acts on all the factors responsible for its appearance: this is the case with the SQUANORM treatment shampoo for dry loose dandruff, thanks to its purifying and keratoreducing action (promoting the elimination of dead cells that clump together).
Discover the anti-dandruff routine for dry dandruff
In order to get rid of oily loose dandruff, you need to use a special shampoo that acts on all the factors responsible for its appearance: this is the case for the SQUANORM oily loose dandruff treatment shampoo, thanks to its sebum-reducing (absorbs and regulates excess sebum on the scalp), cleansing and keratoreducing (promoting the elimination of dead cells that clump together) actions.
Discover the loose dandruff routine for oily loose dandruff