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First Off....Happy New Year!

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New year, new you? Or same stuff just a different day?

Many people are so excited for the new year. They get dressed up, decorate for parties, plan trips, and cheers to the New Year. They set new goals, wrap up old ones, and view the glass half full. While others....well let’s just say they’re looking at the glass half empty these days. They view the year as just another day of the same ol’ same ol’. They aren’t really optimistic about the new year, they don’t really set too many goals (if any at all), they discourage others who have set goals, and they may even   go to a party, but to them it’s just a party nothing more, nothing less. 
Personally for me, I don’t reall make “New Years resolutions”, but I do set small goals for myself and work towards them daily. Every time I used to make New Years resolutions, I would forget them and I would get so irritated that I couldn’t remember them so I decided to create a smaller list of goals I want to accomplish and add to the list as one get…

The Most Irritating Thing Ever....Dandruff!

Dandruff can be an annoying little thing. For some, it’s more than just a dry or itchy scalp. It can be all over their clothes, all through out their hair, and just down right embarrassing.

Dandruff, also known as pityriasis, is an excessive production and accumulation of skin cells. The skin cell begins to shed excessively at one time.

There are two types of dandruff; pityriasis capitis simplex, which is the most common form of dandruff, and pityriasis steatoides, which is a more severe case of dandruff. Pityriasis capitis simplex is a from of scalp irritation, large flakes, and itchy scalp. This kind of dandruff can still be attached to the scalp or scattered throughout your hair. Pityriasis steatoides is a collection of greasy or wax-like flakes with sebum that sticks to the scalp. When looking at it, it reminds you of cradle cap. If pityriasis steatoides looks irritated, it’ll be called seborrheic dermatitis.

Dandruff can come from many different things. It can come from (but not …