Aveeno Nourish + Dandruff Control Review

Getting ready for summer means exfoliating, moisturizing, and getting rid of the dry itchy feeling of winter.  But what about your hair?  I know that the winter months dries out not only my skin, but my hair and scalp as well.

Enter Aveeno Nourish + Dandruff Control.




I had the opportunity to review Aveeno Nourish + Dandruff Control thanks to a mission on Smiley360 where they sent me free product coupons.  It couldn't have come at a better time, as I had just had my baby and my hair has been, well, lifeless.  

What I liked most about this line of dandruff products is that they make your hair feel amazing.  I'm a sucker for soft, shiny hair and Aveeno definitely delivered.  The scent is great too, it smells clean and fresh - unlike many dandruff shampoos out there.  And the best part?  My scalp stopped itching after the first wash!  After 3-4 shampoos, I haven't had any more flakes.

You can find Aveeno's new line at Walmart, Target, and a few other select stores. For more information about Aveeno and Smiley360, check out this link.  For a $3.00 off coupon, click here.   

Disclaimer: I received the product above for free but the opinions are my own.

36 comments

  1. I don't really have any! I just try to keep my scalp as clean and moisturized as possible!

    -Ashley Marie Morrissey
    ashummz05(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  2. Make a hair and scalp mask of honey and coconut oil. Massage into scalp and leave on for an hour. Wash and rinse with an anti fungal apple cider vinegar.

    Jessica M jls582 at yahoo dot com

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  3. I find it is better if I don't wash my hair daily, otherwise is dries out.

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  4. Apple Cider Vinegar!

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  5. Special dandruff shampoo usually works and not showering every single day.

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  6. massage scalp with body oil, like almond or jojoba, at least 1 hour before washing it.

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  7. I have no tricks, I use H&S, works some.

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  8. No secrets or tricks :/ Except washing my hair every 2 or 3 days.

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  9. I have zero tricks. That's why I need head & shoulders!

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  10. THE ONLY trick I've found is to use a good dandruff shampoo

    Nathansmommy619(At)Aol(dot)com

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  11. Nicole Carter WeasleyMay 30, 2013 at 12:08 PM

    I don't have one but I found some tricks here! Thanks!

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  12. I think after reading this I will try apple cider vinegar! But I have no tricks

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  13. Scrub well and use head and shoulders

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  14. I do not use dandruff products but both my hubby and son do. They just use dandruff shampoo and keep their hair real short :)

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  15. I know putting conditioner on the roots can make your hair appear greasy, but it helps with combating scalp dryness as well.

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  16. While most of the time I use my volumizing/conditioning shampoos, but once a week I alternate using a dandruff shampoo and a cleansing shampoo

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  17. I use Nizoral...works great, but pricey!

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  18. I haven't had much success so far... I have been using head and shoulders but my scalp is still flaky and itchy :( I would love to try this and see if it works better...

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  19. Ive tried a scalp mask of egg and vinager...it worked very well

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  20. when mine flares, i generally use a tar shampoo (it stinks!)i have tried others, but they either mess with my hair texture or it just smells awful. this would be a nice prize-thanks!

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  21. no tricks, but i could use some!

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  22. I use apple cider vinegar rinse and a good tar-based shampoo once a month!

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  23. i dont really have any tricks.......just use dandruff shampoo

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  24. Scalp massage with tea tree oil.

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  25. my boyfriend uses olive oil hair conditioner on his hair (he is the one i would win this for). he also scrubs his scalp well in the shower to prevent dirt and skin buildup.

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  26. My hubby has dandruff issues and I noticed that sometimes baking soda scrub helps :)

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