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#1 Nov 2, 2012
My daughter has dry skin on her scalp, is this just normal for winter? Do I just get her a better conditioner or?
#2 Nov 3, 2012
It's called sebhorric (not sure on spelling) dermatitis. Dry scalp shampoos can help. If it's really bad you can rub a bit of olive oil on the area. Let it sit over night, then wash thoroughly. Blow drying also helps. I'm grown and still have occasions where my scalp gets really dry. Conditioners don't really help all that much. At Sally's you can get a 'hog's hair brush' Find one of the softer ones. Brushing the scalp with this will help keep the dry skin brushed off so it doesn't form large clumps. Hope this helps.
#3 Nov 3, 2012
The olive oil is a great idea.Its very good for your skin.Never heard of the hog brush before.good to know.
#4 Nov 3, 2012
It puts the lotion on its skin....
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