REVIEW | KERACARE DRY & ITCHY SCALP PRODUCTS

I haven’t had any major issues with dandruff or a persistently itchy scalp but I was worried that wearing braids under a wig for most of the day would start to aggravate my scalp. My wig routine did make my scalp a little dry and itchy at times so it was great to have these products on hand to provide some relief. KeraCare Dry & Itchy Anti-Dandruff Moisturizing Shampoo (£7.20/240ml)* The shampoo is possibly my favourite of the products here, which speaks volumes as I don’t generally tend to love shampoo.

After initially applying to wet hair, lathering and rinsing, I apply this again, leaving it to sit for 5 minutes. I can really feel this working on the scalp as it’s so tingly and refreshing. Once it’s rinsed my head feels so clean but not dry. This is supposed to be a gentle shampoo suitable for relaxed, permed, dyed and natural hair but this does leave my strands a little stripped. The menthol scent is similar to medicated shampoos but I’ve come to like it. Benefits • Superior moisturizing results to help prevent dull, brittle, breaking hair and split ends.

• Superior detangling for easy wet and dry combing. • Hair becomes more manageable. • Protects hair from drying effects of thermal appliances. • Adds exceptional body and shine. • Eliminates static charge. My Experience I co-washed my hair, put in a dark brown rinse, and then applied the Humecto. I would usually sit under the dryer for 20 minutes or so, but with a newborn in the house, I can’t always do it.

So, I just left it in overnight and rinsed it out in the morning. I applied leave-in conditioner, and rollerset my hair. KeraCare Dry & Itchy Anti-Dandruff Moisturizing Conditioner (£8/240ml)* Despite religiously following the instructions to leave this on for 10-15 minutes, this conditioner just doesn’t give the kind of slip and moisture that my hair needs. I always use a deep conditioner with each wash and I can’t skip that step after using this conditioner. The ingredients in this particular product don’t seem to be to the same high standard as other KeraCare products.

There just isn’t that je ne sais quoi which is possibly why this doesn’t do much for my hair. On the plus side I haven’t noticed any issues with my scalp when using this product so it at least ensures dandruff is kept at bay. I’ve been using a lot of KeraCare products of late and whilst my hair has been in and out of braids over the last couple of months I thought it was the best opportunity to get to grips with a few of the KeraCare Dry & Itchy Scalp* products.

Out of all the KeraCare products these have the most colourful and exciting packaging, differing from the usual luxurious all gold branding. I was really excited to try this range as they are so visually different from many of the other KeraCare products. Ingredients Water, Glycerin, Dimethicone, Copolyo, Isostearate, Polyquaternium-32 and Mineral Oil, Quaternium – 80, Panthenol, Dimethicone, Extracts of: (Nettle, Pine, Burdock, Chamonile, Marigold, Tosemary, Ivey, Arnica, Line, Corn Flower, Wild Chamonile, St.

John’s Wort, Water-cress, and Garlic) Perfume, Methylparaben, Propyparaben, Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazonlinone.

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