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hannah

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Itchy scalp can be caused by anything. It is a major nuisance.

My daughter has been changing shampoos since she was a teenager, looking for the magic solution to her itchy scalp (allergies are a way of life for our family).

The other day she discovered that her scalp was not itchy anymore. Then she realized that, finally, she had listened to her mother and was using Skin Actives marine shampoo.

I always had itchy scalp, until I started using sea kelp bioferment as conditioner. But daughters can't listen to their mothers. It is a matter of principle. Her punishment? Living with itchy scalp when she could have listened to me.

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My husband has itchy scalp and I've been suggesting the sea kelp bioferment since I started using it.   I just know I'm going to have to listen to the complaining until he actually tries it.....

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Sometimes the fun is in the complaining.
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I have dry, irritated scalp that gets oily after a day.  I just started using sea kelp as a scalp conditioner.  So far I like it! 

But since I have long thick hair, I feel like I am having to use too much to get good application (which involves applying with head upside down, using my fingertips and applying in sections, as suggested in the forum). I've already used a third of my 2 oz container for 2 shampoos. At this rate, I'll run out soon.

Sorry if this has been answered elsewhere, but can I dilute the sea kelp with water and use it in a spray bottle?  It might help reduce the amount I'm using, and make it easier to use in the shower after shampoo.    Thanks!
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How about one of those mustard containers that you use in a diner? You have to apply the sea kelp to damp scalp, not the hair.

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Exactly what i do; i bought the mustard type bottle from walmart, kitchen section for .50 cents or so.  After shampoo and conditioner in the shower, i squirt the seakelp+water mixture on my scalp and comb it out in with the 'thin' comb, it spread on the whole scalp and ultimately it gets to the hair end automatically, even though i don't specially look to apply it to the hair.  Works beautifully.  In the 'squirt'-'mustard' like bottle, i add just a tad amount of water and shake it to make the texture slightly more liquid just before applying. 
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