Everyone’s hair is different, but that doesn’t mean we can’t all have strong, healthy looking hair. Find the best care for your hair type with Head & Shoulders.

No matter what hair type you have, you can still get dandruff.

This is because dandruff is linked to Malassezia globosa – a fungus that lives on all of our scalps. About half of the population is sensitive enough to its presence to develop dandruff symptoms.

Whether you have dandruff symptoms or not, giving your hair the best treatment for its unique needs is important.

Use our hair type specific tips to make sure your hair stays strong and flake-free.*

There are four main hair types. You can find out which one you have by reading our articles on hair type.

*visible flakes with regular use.

Dealing with damaged hair doesn’t need to be a chore. If dandruff and damaged hair are a concern for you, make sure you’re choosing products which can target both.
Soft, smooth and healthy; it’s all we want from our hair. And with a little help, it’s possible. Especially for dandruff sufferers, soft and healthy hair can seem like a distant goal.


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