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Member Since 27 Jan 2007
Offline Last Active Oct 06 2009 09:47 PM
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In Topic: gluten-free Dandruff Shampoo

10 February 2009 - 06:46 PM

I agree that it sounds like psoriasis. T-gel Extra has helped me a lot. I can't say whether or not it's gluten-free, but it doesn't matter to me.

richard



Thanks Richard,

I had tried the T-Gel on her.. it had helped somewhat, but her hair is so fine we could actually see damage happening.. and major amounts of hair breakage after use of 1x a week!.. But thanks for helping..

Lynn

In Topic: gluten-free Dandruff Shampoo

10 February 2009 - 10:19 AM

I used Burt's Bees on my daughter, but... I found out she wasn't rinsing her hair well enough. A lot of what I thought was dandruff was dried shampoo! What we did for a while was to have her mix some baking powder through her hair prior to washing, to soak up the excess oil. Then shampoo for a full 60 seconds and rinse really well.

If this doesn't help, then you should talk her to a dermatologist. It could be some other problem.



THANKS THATS WHAT I THOUGHT TOO. BUT EVEN IF I WASH HER HAIR AND LET ME TELL YOU A 15 YO DOESNT WANT THAT.. IT DIDNT HELP ANY EITHER. I GUESS ITS TIME FOR THE DERMO.. I HAVE NEVER SEEN IT SO BAD.. ITS LIKE CHUNKS!...

In Topic: gluten-free Dandruff Shampoo

10 February 2009 - 10:18 AM

Sounds like a description of my head, only I have psoriasis. I would take her to a dermatologist for help. All I know is that nothing helps my head, unfortunately. I have white scales like an albino alligator that flake off and fall around me so that I look like a white Pigpen in Peanuts, because I have to scrape them off or they drive me crazy :lol: I have tried all the shampoos, prescription and non-prescription; use a daily preparation (non-oily) from a dermatologist, and they just persist. Sorry to not be more optimistic, but I think a dermatologist should check her out.



THANKS SO MUCH

In Topic: Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

15 August 2008 - 05:13 PM

Its sad that Kelloggs make so many different types of breakfast cerials but NONE of them are gluten free. I find it so annoying going to Coles or Safeway/Woolworths and seeing all these Kelloggs cerials and we cant touch any of them. We should write letters to Kelloggs and tell them its time for them to make at least one gluten free cerial. I went to the USA for Christmas/New Year in 2007 and got the EnviroKids cerial which is Gluten Free and very yummie!

well thats my 2c worth! :P



LOL.. Enviro kids is all my daughter will eat. the chocolate one.A!! trix here at this time is gluten-free... and now supposedly one of the chex cereals is gluten-free and marked on the label... have a great weekend! :D

In Topic: Kaopectate.

15 August 2008 - 05:04 PM

The gastro just told me that some maalox has gluten and to check first. I'm not sure what kind has gluten. I have one in my fridge but it doesn't look like it has gluten either..



Hi I dont know where I have it, but I could look or you can just go to the site and send a note.. I did and they amswered very quickly... I believe the classic is gluten-free.. but dont take my word// please ck for your self.. i have the respons sitting on my desk in a huge pile that i need to put into my book.. lol.. the stack is getting bigger but not my book i keep all letters in.. lol..
feeel better.. lynn