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Scalp Treatments

Soothe itchy and irritated scalps with a treatment that corrects imbalances, relieves redness and irritation, and revitalizes hair. All our products are formulated for various concerns, but are suitable for all hair types. Whether it’s dandruff, hair loss, or simply product build-up, BeautyMNL assures you it’s nothing to be embarrassed about. It’s a common problem among many, and luckily, we have a slew of solutions available just for you.

Sit tight, beautiful things are worth the wait!
Sunset Spray BEACH BORN
₱175.00
204
Hair Butter (20g) MILEA
₱120.00
1
Waitlist Sold Out
Shocking Scalp Pack LABEL YOUNG
₱900.00 ₱855.00
Waitlist Sold Out
Authentic Moisturizing Balm DAVINES
₱1,250.00 ₱800.00
2
Waitlist Sold Out

About Scalp Treatments

Dandruff is one of the most common scalp problems out there. Often accompanied by redness, irritation, and itching, it affects almost half of the human population. And sadly, there is no one true cure for it. Since dandruff has many different causes, the kind of treatment also depends on it.

To find an effective treatment, you can try doing the following first:

  1. Change your shampoo or conditioner. Some people get dandruff as an allergic reaction to specific ingredients in hair care products, such as paraphenylenediamine. Getting a milder shampoo or conditioner may do the trick.

  2. Cut down on the styling and wash your hair more. Like number 1, dandruff may be caused by specific substances in the products you use. Other than removing some products from your routine, you also have to make sure to rinse them off thoroughly. Leftover residue from these gels or creams may irritate your skin, causing dandruff.

  3. Check if you have dry skin. If you have dry skin on other parts of the body and have dandruff at the same time, then your dandruff may be just be a bad case of dry skin. So other than switching to products designed for dry skin, make sure to remain hydrated all day.

  4. Inspect your scalp for greasiness and irritation. If your scalp is oily, red, and flaking, it may be seborrheic dermatitis that’s causing your dandruff. To treat this, try switching to an anti-dandruff shampoo with ketoconazole. This ingredient is also effective in treating malassezia, a yeast-like fungus that can also cause dandruff if present on the scalp in excessive amounts.

  5. Get checked for eczema or psoriasis. Both conditions may look like dandruff at first glance. If your dandruff is getting worse despite these over-the-counter treatments, it is best to seek professional medical help.