How To Keep Your Strands Dandruff-Free In The Colder Months

Dry, irritated scalp is an unfortunate cold weather side effect many of us experience. It’s common to suffer from itching and embarrassing flakes, but luckily we can take control. These shampoos, conditioners and treatments will help keep your hair healthy, hydrated and dandruff-free all season long.


Fresh & Flake-Free

Salicylic acid and willow extract work together to purify and exfoliate the scalp. This shampoo relieves itchiness and is ideal for those with eczema or psoriasis.

Soothe your scalp with ginger extract, rosemary oil and other nutrients, while treating dandruff with menthol and salicylic acid. This gentle wash will give you the healthy scalp you need to promote strong strands.

Say good-bye to scalp irritation with this purifying shampoo. Not only does it get rid of dandruff, it also prevents it from recurring.

Use this anti-dandruff shampoo twice a week in between your regular washes. It includes the powerful flake-fighting ingredient ketoconazole to rid signs of a dry scalp.

If you're looking for extra dandruff control after shampooing, try a medicated conditioner with salicylic acid to provide extra control but maintain softness and shine.

This scalp-treating conditioner was inspired by the anti-bacterial and soothing properties of the mint leaf. It helps balance the skin's natural properties.

African black soap has a lot of healing properties. It can detangle and moisturize strands as well as soothe a dry, itchy, flaky scalp.

This pH-balanced conditioning formula is ideal for use every day. Olive oil and other moisturizers hydrate strands, while pyrithione zinc soothes and relieves itching and flaking.

Spray away dandruff with this leave-in daily conditioning treatment. Aveda claims it reduces flaking by 41% in just one week.

This lightweight formula contains argan, lavender and geranium oils that penetrate deep into your scalp to help relieve itchy, flaky, dry skin.

When shampoo and conditioner won't eliminate buildup, this balm gets the job done. Coconut oil, candelilla wax and salicylic acid moisturize while getting rid of flakes.