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Hair and Scalp Treatments at Walgreens

Hair and scalp treatments are special add-ons to hair care routines that address specific concerns. When you use a treatment formula, you get the benefit of ingredients that are combined especially with your particular hair care or scalp problem in mind. The right treatment can make a big difference in the health of your scalp and the appearance of your hair, and Walgreens has many options from which to choose.

Do You Need a Treatment?

At what point should you consider using a hair or scalp treatment? If you have been using shampoo and conditioner for your hair type and still aren't seeing improvements in your scalp or hair care problem, it may be time to consider a treatment. Hair and scalp treatments are designed to supplement your everyday hair care routine with additional beneficial ingredients and can increase the effectiveness of your daily regimen. You can also use a treatment to increase the rate at which results from your hair care regimen become apparent. In some cases, such as if you or someone in your family has contracted lice, you will definitely need a treatment to address your concerns, as shampoo and conditioner alone are not enough to tackle your problem.

Dealing with Lice

Head lice are parasites that attach themselves to the scalp and feed on a person's blood. Highly contagious, head lice must be treated as quickly as possible. There are topical treatments that can be used to poison or smother the lice and kill any eggs present on the scalp. In addition, you should use a lice comb to remove visible lice and eggs as much as possible. Other members of your family should be checked for lice on a daily basis, and treatment should continue for as long as your doctor advises. Be sure to machine wash clothing the person has worn or bedding that they have slept on in hot water. Also make sure to soak any combs or brushes they've used in water that is at least 130 degrees Fahrenheit for 5 to 10 minutes to decrease the chances of infecting other members of the household.

Repair and Strengthening Formulas

If your hair is showing signs of breakage or split ends, repairing and strengthening treatments could be helpful additions to your regimen. These treatments contain ingredients that help to reinforce the strands and make them less likely to break. One common ingredient in these types of treatments is keratin, the protein that makes up the majority of the hair fibers. Keratin treatments are meant to fill in flaws and weak spots in the strands to strengthen them.

Other Types of Treatments

You'll find a number of other hair and scalp treatments in the collection at Walgreens. Try a moisturizing or hydrating treatment for dry hair, which will leave behind ingredients to supplement the moisture in the hair and help to improve its texture. If your hair is lacking shine, prone to frizz or suffering from dryness, natural hair oils like argan oil can address your concerns. Clarifying and purifying treatments are designed to remove excess oil from greasy scalps and are sometimes recommended for those with scalp acne. Other types of treatments are also available, so shop the collection now to find the ideal solution for your hair and scalp concerns.