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Aveda scalp benefits - aaaggghhhh

(12 Posts)
Workingmum34 Sun 21-May-17 22:39:58

For years aveda scalp benefits shampoo and conditioner have been the only things to stop my scalp itching and the skin behind my ears cracking and weeping. Just gone to order some more online and they have discontinued it- aaagggghhhh. Anyone any alternatives to suggest?

AngelicaSchuylerChurch Sun 21-May-17 22:41:18

Eucerin dermocapillaire, shampoo and lotion.

Workingmum34 Sun 21-May-17 22:43:54

Is it nice on your hair too? Aveda was great for both.

AngelicaSchuylerChurch Sun 21-May-17 22:47:29

Not quite as luxe as Aveda - the shampoo doesn't foam much - but left my hair soft.

Thegiantofillinois Sun 21-May-17 22:50:12

Body shop ginger shampoo. I have genetically shit skin and it works. Makes highlighted hair soft too.

Steinbeck Sun 21-May-17 23:00:48

Watching with interest OP because I too tried to reorder a few days ago . Gutted because it's been great at keeping my psoriasis at bay ☹️.

Steinbeck Sun 21-May-17 23:03:04

Philip Kingsley Flaky/Itchy Scalp Shampoo gets a lot of recommendations. May try that next.

SpornStar Sun 21-May-17 23:06:40

I found Aveda Shampure better than Scalp Benefits for my itchy, eczema prone scalp.

Truthsayer Sun 21-May-17 23:13:07

Try Dentinox it's made for cradle cap (in the baby aisle).

Mumelie Sun 21-May-17 23:15:05

I managed to order some from Debenhams- but know it's probably my last lot 😦. I've also used it for years and don't know what to do! Their new range Pramasana is apparently its replacement

Steinbeck Sun 21-May-17 23:49:46

Mumelie, I'm waiting to see what reviews the new product receives before 'splashing out' 🙄

Mumelie Mon 22-May-17 08:26:17

Good plan! Might pop in the shop today to try and get some samples 😉

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