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Eczema on the Scalp

eczema on the scalpEczema on the scalp can be embarrassing and irritating for sufferers. It can look like what most people recognise as dandruff especially when flakes appear on your clothes. Although dandruff usually has white dry flakes, scalp eczema can have greasy yellowish flakes and is very itchy. It is said that 50% of people that have eczema suffer from scalp eczema, that is a lot of people. So if this is you, remember you are not alone. Read on if you want to stop hiding under the hat.

Scalp Eczema Treatment

Although scalp eczema is virtually the same as skin eczema, it’s harder to treat as you cannot comfortably put creams and lotions in your hair, unless you shave your head. With this thought in mind Syrinx Za introduced a breakthrough scalp treatment therapy that has all the great ingredients from the skincare range, including Zander which is highly moisturising and moisture retentive and just superb for these hair and scalp problems.

It’s good to remember that the Syrinx Za hair and scalp treatment products are specifically designed for conditions such as extremely dry damaged hair, dry scalp, dandruff, dermatitis, psoriasis, eczema on the scalp and even cradle cap. The scalp treatments will deeply cleanse and moisturise the scalp whilst reducing swelling and irritation, also strengthening the hair, preventing breakage to create a beautiful condition.

What causes scalp eczema

Some people believe that you get dandruff or scalp eczema because you wash your hair too often or that you don’t wash it enough, well this is a myth, its just not true.   The same as with “normal” eczema no one really knows for certain what the causes are –  its very difficult to pinpoint but it can be due to; hormones, stress, toxins or a fungus.

Scalp Treatment Routine

There is no cure for scalp conditions such as scalp eczema but you can normalise the scalp condition by regularly following this scalp treatment regime using Syrinx Za’s Hair and Scalp products

  • First, wet the hair and lightly towel dry.
  • Massage the pre-wash scalp reviver into the scalp, working it through to the ends.
  • Leave to soak in to the scalp for 30 minutes.
  • Rinse with lukewarm water, not hot as this will irritate the scalp.
  • Then shampoo and condition the hair with the Syrinx shampoo/hair cleanser and the moisture rich conditioner as you would normally.

You can wash your hair as often as you like with the shampoo and conditioner but make sure that you use the pre-wash once or twice a week.

You should notice a great improvement in the overall condition of the hair and see the difference with the eczema on the scalp within a short time.

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Dry Hair with Split Ends

Dry Hair with Split EndsSplit ends can ruin any otherwise good hair day. They occur when the hair is in need of moisture and are a very common side effect of dry hair.

Dry Hair with Split Ends is certainly not how anybody would want to describe their hair, but unfortunately it is very common, particularly in this day and age.
Fortunately there are ways to protect your hair and prevent split ends becoming too much of a problem.

What are Split Ends?

Dry hair lacks the soft texture and shine of healthy, moisturised hair, and can appear brittle, frizzy and straw-like. Split ends occur when the protective cuticles at the end of your hair is destroyed thanks to this dryness and causes your hair to split into two or three strands.

They are a common side effect of dried out hair and can appear for a number of reasons. Handling your hair in a rough manner, such as excessive brushing and too much sun or dry air, can strip your hair of moisture and lead to Dry Hair with Split Ends. Heat can be your hair’s worst enemy when it comes to split ends, as using heated styling products such as straighteners, hairdryers and curlers, or washing your hair with hot water, can lead to dried out, frazzled hair. You may even need to consider what you eat – a diet lacking in essential vitamins can cause split ends according to the National Institutes of Health.

Chemicals such as bleach in hair dye products or chlorine from swimming pools can also provoke dry hair and split ends.

How to Prevent Split Ends

Reducing how often you are washing your hair or using heat products and chemical treatments could, of course, help to prevent the symptoms of Dry Hair with Split Ends , but it really isn’t always possible to avoid every contributing factor.

A good, hydrating conditioner that is designed to help dry and damaged hair could very swiftly get to work on your split ends.

The Syrinx Za Conditioner is very effective in treating dry hair and split ends. It has an instantaneous effect on the condition of the hair which means results can be seen (and felt) straight away. It provides the hair with intense moisture and hydration, giving it strength and lustre and keeping those persistent split ends at bay. Its key natural ingredient, Sapropel, soothes and replenishes the hair and gives it the vitamins and minerals it needs to be restored to its optimum health.

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Dry Hair in Pregnancy

Syrinx Za Hair and ScalpUnfortunately, not all changes to your body in pregnancy are particularly welcome. Excessive dry hair can be one of these changes, which can worsen due to unhealthy practices in your daily routine and a lack of the usual nutrients that keep your hair healthy. However, by understanding your hair’s needs during pregnancy you can avoid the problems associated with Dry Hair in Pregnancy.

What causes Dry Hair in Pregnancy?

The problem of dry hair during pregnancy usually comes through the second trimester as the influx of hormonal activity kicks in and can even occur in hair that had never actually experienced dryness before. For hair that was already dry previously, pregnancy may exacerbate their problem and they may experience excessively dry hair during gestation.

An increase in hair growth is also a side effect of pregnancy thanks to the intense hormonal changes, scalp hair also thickens and facial hair can increase. This excessive hair becomes more vulnerable to drying out. A pregnant woman may feel the urge to bathe more for relaxation purposes, meaning the hair may become excessively washed, therefore stripping it of its natural oils and leaving it dehydrated.

How can I treat it?

To remedy Dry Hair in Pregnancy try using an all-natural shampoo, conditioner and prewash that are mild and help lessen the amount of natural oils stripped from your hair.

The Syrinx Za Scalp Combo is an ideal three piece natural hair and scalp treatment formulated to treat the symptoms of dry hair, and is completely safe to use during pregnancy.

The Conditioner is particularly effective in treating dry hair when used in conjunction with the Prewash and Shampoo. It has an instantaneous effect on the condition of the hair which means results can be seen (and felt) straight away. It provides the hair with intense moisture and hydration, giving it strength and lustre. Its key hydrating, natural ingredient Sapropel soothes and replenishes the hair and gives it the vitamins and minerals it needs to be restored to its optimum health.

After using the prewash and shampooing, always use the moisturising conditioner to help replenish any lost oil from the wash. Perform this hair care routine only twice or three times a week to lessen dryness from excessive washing.
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What to use for Dry Hair

What to use for dry hairDry hair is a very common problem that affects many of us. It can make otherwise wonderful hair have a dry, straw like texture to it that lacks shine and lustre. Dry dull, lifeless, rough hair that can be very (VERY) frizzy leads to the risk of hair breakage, split ends and eventual hair loss.

Dry hair which can be caused by adequate sebaceous oils on the scalp can also lead to Dandruff, so deciding What to use for Dry Hair is very important!

Why do I have Dry Hair

Don’t beat yourself up too much – dry hair is, more often than not, mostly down to your genes. Many of us inherit dry hair from our parents although this is not recognisable from birth. You may find your hair becomes drier as you get older which is perfectly natural.

Dying, bleaching, tinting or perming our hair are big factors when considering why it is you may have dry hair as they are very effective in draining the hair of all moisture. However, your hair does not necessarily need to be chemically treated to suffer with dry hair – many of us that have never touched a hair dye box still have to deal with the condition.

Same goes for straighteners, curlers and blow dryers – massive moisture absorbers, leaving the hair rather frazzled. The sun and salt wind are also big culprits of dry hair.

How to treat Dry Hair

Okay so of course you can just stop using hair dryers and chemical treatments on your hair in order to reduce your dry hair, but really this is a tad unrealistic and definitely unnecessary.

A good shampoo and hydrating conditioner are essential when treating dry hair. Choose a conditioner that can reinstall moisture back into your hair and provide it with the nourishment it needs and over time you will see amazing results – promise!

Working from the inside out can be very beneficial so drinking plenty of water and sticking to a healthy diet and exercise regime is highly advisable when keeping dry hair at bay. Replace hot curlers with rollers, blow drying with natural drying when possible and even watch how tough you’re being on your hair when brushing it. You’ll be shocked at what a difference it can make.

Our recommendations

Deciding What to Use for Dry Hair can be quite tricky thanks to all the false promises of many products and harmful side effects that come with many of them. Luckily for you though, the answer is finally here.

The Syrinx Za Scalp Combo is an excellent three piece natural hair and scalp treatment formulated to treat the symptoms of dry hair and even dry scalp problems.

The Conditioner is particularly effective in treating dry hair when used in conjunction with the Prewash and Shampoo. It has an instantaneous effect on the condition of the hair which means results can be seen (and felt) straight away. It provides the hair with intense moisture and hydration, giving it strength and lustre. Its key hydrating, natural ingredient Sapropel soothes and replenishes the hair and gives it the vitamins and minerals it needs to be restored to its optimum health.

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