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I recommend Sulfur8 Medicated Shampoo it really helped me, I have no dandruff anymore and mine was REALLY bad :) Good luck
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You can use antidendruff shampoo brands to remove your dandruff. If it won't work then please consult a dermatologist.

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One of the most common treatments for dandruff is dandruff shampoo. Cleansing the hair with mild shampoo can decrease oil and cell buildup and help you keep you keep your dandruff in c heck. However once the shampoos or products are discontinued, dandruff will return in about three days. There are a number of medicated anti-dandruff shampoos each with a different ingredient like
  • Selenium sulfide (i.e. Selsun)
  • Ketoconazole (i.e. Nizoral) available as 1% over-the-counter shampoo and a 2% prescription-shampoo.
  • Zinc pyrithione (i.e. Head and Shoulders, Pert Plus Dandruff Control)
  • Salicylic acid (i.e. Sebcur, T-Sak)
  • Tar shampoos (i.e. T-Gel)

Know more here http://www.internationaldrugmart.com/health-articles/dandruff-overview.shtml

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Best approach and very beneficial information.i think this is very important information.
One of the best solution is that just use brand name oil and dandruff shampoo.
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Avoid using olive oil, jojoba oil, and sweet almond oil
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I think these are all good options. Definitely see a dermatologist but a good point has been brought up--if could be dietary. Drink lots of water! And try to eat healthier and exercise. (I'm being a hypocrite right now because I have dandruff and I believe eczema on my scalp yet I don't eat very healthily or exercise). But I've seen people improve their hair health my eating well and taking care of themselves. 
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Mix essential oils of Cedarwood (seven drops) cypress and juniper (each ten drops) in 50ml of carrier oil. Rub well into the scalp and leave for one hour. To remove, rub neat, mild shampoo into the hair, then wash out with warm water. To keep dandruff away, use the same quantities of the oils in 600ml of warm water. Stir well and use as a final rinse.
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you can use a bakingsoda mixture, applecider vinegar, and bentonite clay. All 3 are used in place of shampoo's and are used successfully to treat flaky scalp, ringworm, eczema, scalp psoriasis successfully because they are antifungal, antibacterial, and are gentle effective clarifiers.

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bakingsoda: 1/3 cup of conditioner, 4 oz of water. Pour into applicator bottle.
acv: 1:1 of acv to water. Pour into applicator bottle.
Bentonite: 1 cup bentonite clay, 2 cups water, 1 tbspn honey, 1 tbspn EVOO. Pour into empty liquid shower soap bottle.

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