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  1. Living with psoriasis during the colder months

    Living with a skin condition in winter

    Winter psoriasis usually starts on the elbows and scalp, in circular areas of red and darker skin. They tend to be covered with a white hard layer of skin sometimes looking scaly and can be quite dense and coarse. They can crack and bleed and leave itchy sore like areas over the skin.

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  2. Fragrance free mousse, suitable for those with sensitivities

    0% Fragrances 0% Colourants 0% Compromise. Hair Mousse and Curls.

    Discover Olsson Scandinavia’s fragrance free styling mousse, the go to cult favourite for those suffering with sensitivities. Performance driven, zero fragrance, zero colourants and zero parabens. Get the glow-up on this product here...

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  3. Allergy friendly styling - fragrance free hairspray for those with sensitivities

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    Sensitive hairsprays – how many have you purchased and thrown out in your search for a no-compromise hold with a promised formulation that considers the needs of sensitive souls just like you? Whether it’s because it wasn’t really sensitive and gave you the ‘itch’ or it didn’t really hold your style like it should the search is now over.

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  4. TSW friendly shampoo and conditioner

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    Topical steroid withdrawal (TSW), although labelled as “low prevalence” (meaning fewer than 1 in 2000 people in the UK suffer from this condition) is a category we've found Olsson Scandinavia can help to provide relief. This condition causes day to day tasks including hygiene to be a cause of anxiety, stress and pain.

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  6. Haircare for eczema or seborrheic dermatitis sufferers

    Haircare for eczema or seborrheic dermatitis sufferers
    Seborrheic eczema, also known as seborrheic dermatitis, is a very common skin condition that causes redness, scaly patches, and dandruff and is commonly found to affect the scalp – moreover it’s a nightmare finding haircare that works and doesn’t irritate the condition.  
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  7. SLS and SLES – What’s the difference?

    SLS free Shampoo - Lather in Hair

    Whether you’re a sensitive soul or a conscious beauty lover, you may already be familiar with ingredients SLS and SLES, but despite how similar they sound, there is a big difference between the two.

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  8. Reduced risk haircare, formulated with asthmatics in mind

    Asthma friendly shampoo and conditioner
    A fragrance free formulation suitable for asthma sufferers, in particular those that report that perfume and fragrances often trigger their symptoms, likely caused by particles in the air that are breathed in and irritate the airways, which can lead to a potentially life-threatening asthma attack.
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  9. Hello Magazine

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  10. How to give your sensitive scalp a smile

    Alleviate a sensitive scalp

    A sensitive scalp can be caused by so many different factors, and like many scalp sensitivities, tenderness is a fairly common complaint. It is linked with several medical conditions that affect lots of people including tension headaches, migraines and autoimmune disorders like psoriasis can all cause the scalp to become inflamed, irritated, and very sore. So, we’ve penned our top tips that can help aid (and avoid) that sore scalp.

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