Head and Shoulders VS Teen Dandruff

Head and Shoulders VS Teen Dandruff

Head & Shoulders with the Cool Factor of Old Spice

*This post is sponsored by Vocalpoint and Head & Shoulders. All opinions are my own! 

The boys were excited when this cool #DFreeDefense Kit arrived from Vocalpoint and Head & Shoulders!

Head & Shoulders/Old Spice #DFreeDefense Kit

When the boys started playing football, they started having problems with dandruff. Let’s be honest, they started sweating like crazy when they hit puberty. After football practice, I noticed a strong onion-like smell when I would pick them up. This was when we started introducing personal hygiene products. The dandruff started around the same time. That was when we realized that hats and helmets can sometimes cause dandruff!

Dandruff vs Head & Shoulders with Old Spice

Dandruff is the result of a scalp irritant called oleic acid. If you have a sensitivity to oleic acid (50% of people do!), you get dandruff. When your children hit puberty, their hormones are changing, and scalp oil production is increased. Wearing a hat or helmet causes your teen to sweat, which causes more oleic acid to be produced as well. Shampooing with Head & Shoulders Old Spice 2-in-1 for Men helps rid your teens scalp of the irritants, and the dandruff, leaving your scalp and hair healthier!

Head & Shoulders now has the scent of Old Spice!

My boys were very excited to try the Head & Shoulders Old Spice 2-in-1 for Men shampoo. They like the Old Spice scent (I think it makes them feel grown up!), and I like anything that gets them to really shampoo their hair! Sweaty boys smell like wet dogs and onions – smells I don’t want to have to smell! Now they both look – and smell – great.

Right now, you can win 2 Tickets to an NCAA game by sharing a picture of your game face, along with a tip on how to talk about the ‘D-word’, using #DFreeDefense on Instagram, Twitter, or the VocalPoint website! (Read the Rules HERE). Make sure you enter!

Do you have a teen boy(s)? Does he/they play sports?

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