Examples of dandruff in a Sentence
The shampoo is supposed to help control dandruff.
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One that targets dandruff will also help to reduce any dryness or flaking that lingers after the burn has healed.
Among them: toner, hot water salve, and for dandruff.
But a new study suggests early feathered dinos suffered from a familiar affliction: dandruff.
For a healthier scalp: Fatty fish (like salmon and trout), walnuts, and flaxseeds are packed with omega-3 fats, which can prevent dry scalp and dandruff.
And speaking of messes: on Tuesday, the President brushed a speck of unsightly dandruff off the shoulder of the French president, a spectacle that in any other place and time in history, would surely be met with stark incredulity.
Whatever the case, dandruff was a small price to pay for one of nature’s coolest, most elaborate developments yet.
Cradle cap in babies, parlays into red, itchy patches with greasy scale or dandruff in an adult.
Almost everyone and their mother has experienced some semblance of a scalp concern at one point or another, which can include mild irritation, itchiness, dandruff, or in more severe cases, scalp dermatitis.
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Origin and Etymology of dandruff
DANDRUFF Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dandruff for English Language Learners
: very small white pieces of dead skin that form especially on a person's head
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