Can exercise cause dandruff? A trichologist explains how to combat a flaky scalp

Dandruff is an extremely common condition, but it isn’t pleasant. Nobody wants to see dead skin flying from their scalp on a day to day basis. Working out in the gym boosts your confidence but if exercise is causing dandruff, your confidence is going to be hindered by the discomfort on your scalp. Nizoral’s trichologist Stephanie Sey has revealed the link between exercise and dandruff.

Can exercise cause dandruff?

Gyms and studios are back open which means exercising in public is possible again and people might be working up a sweat more than usual.

Body confidence and muscle gains are on the agenda for many, but they could be accompanied by dandruff if you’re not careful.

According to Nizoral’s trichologist Stephanie Sey, exercising more can lead to dandruff.

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A good hair care routine is always important to maintain a healthy scalp and hair.

Stephanie advised: “Use a good quality shampoo and conditioner for your hair type and refrain from over-using heat.”

“When drying your hair after washing, wrap your hair in a towel instead of vigorously rubbing it and use a wide-tooth comb to detangle.”

If you need help with your scalp and dandruff as you return to the gym, treat the root cause as opposed to just the symptoms.

Nizoral anti-dandruff shampoo is clinically proven and gives long-lasting relief from dandruff.

Compared to most anti-dandruff shampoos that only act on the surface, Nizoral treats the root cause of dandruff itself, not just the symptoms and restores the scalp to its normal healthy state.


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