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Heys guys,as some of you might know i had a crown H/T in jan 2008 so im still growing out,due to a bout of greasy hair ive bought and have been using T-Gel which has ceased the greasy problem....just wondered if its ok to use regulary? spitfire :)

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Be careful with that stuff - can cause serious shedding

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The best shampoos for greasy hair are probably clarifying shampoos, which tend to have a high percentage of surfactants (detergents) to lift dirt and cut grease. They're generally sold as "deep cleansing" or "detox" shampoos.

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Be careful with that stuff - can cause serious shedding

Hi Spex

 

I use T-Gel therapeutic shampoo, the one with the coal tar, as my every day shampoo.., mainly because I thought the anti-dandruff effect would help with hairloss (ie reduce any scalp inflamation etc.).

 

I would be interested to know more about it causing "serious shedding"...

 

Is there any evidence or studies that have shown this?

 

Thanks

ianw2000uk

 

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That was my personal experience with it and also i have met a lot of guys that said the same thing.

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That was my personal experience with it and also i have met a lot of guys that said the same thing.

Thanks Spex

 

I also use Nizoral and Alpecin (double effect) a couple of times per week each.

 

What shampoos do you use, and any you'd recommend for an every day one (perfumed shampoos tend to irritate my scalp causing dandruff hence why I have been using the T-gel)

 

Thanks

ianw2000uk

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