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Hair health and science

Why Is Dandruff Worse In The Winter?

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Discover the truth behind winter dandruff woes! While it may seem worse in colder months, studies reveal it's a year-round battle. Darker clothes and less frequent shampooing amplify visibility, making it a hot topic even in summer.

Dandruff flakes may seem worse in the winter, but in fact studies show that dandruff flakes are not a seasonal issue and that dandruff flakes can be just as much of a problem in the summer as it is in the winter. We tend to wear darker clothes in the winter, however, against which dandruff flakes are very visible. In addition, people may shampoo their hair less frequently in the winter than in the summer, which allows scalp oils to accumulate and may exacerbate the condition.

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