Unsure about how to tackle your dandruff? Read on to find out how Dercos Micro-Peel can help reduce visible flakiness and greasiness.
What causes dandruff?
First of all, it’s important to know the difference between different types of dandruff. Dry dandruff takes the form of fine, whitish flakes that fall easily after brushing or combing. Greasy or adherent dandruff, on the other hand, occurs when there is an overproduction of sebum on the scalp. This excess sebum combines with malassezia, a yeast commonly found on the scalp, leading to the formation of thick, yellowish flakes that stick to the scalp and roots.
How Dercos Micro-Peel can help fight greasy dandruff?
Dercos’ innovative formula was specifically developed to help fight greasy adherent dandruff, which is more difficult to remove than dry dandruff as a result of its thick, greasy texture. To achieve this, Dercos’ Micro-Peel has been formulated with exfoliants, to effectively remove even the most stubborn adherent dandruff and to improve the appearance of greasy hair
Result? From the first week of treatment and up to four weeks after, Dercos Micro-Peel
has been proven to reduce the appearance of dandruff, with test subjects also noting a significant reduction in greasiness and itchiness.
So if you’re looking for a way to combat dandruff over the long term, ensure success and healthy looking hair whatever the occasion with Dercos!
Clinical test conducted by L’Oréal Research. 15 women and 17 men. Average age: 32. Subjects used Dercos Micro-Peel Shampoo twice a week for four weeks, using a neutral shampoo for three weeks-pre treatment and four weeks post-treatment.