Organic anti-dandruff shampoo

Your scalp is precious. So are our shampoos.

Your scalp is a delicate ecosystem, and dandruff can be the sign of an imbalance that needs to be treated with care. That's where Biocoiff' comes in with its revolutionary range of organic shampoos, specially designed to eliminate dandruffwhether dry or flaky.

Enriched with plants, essential oil extracts and fats plant-based, our shampoos offer the following properties purifying and soothing properties for the scalp. Unlike conventional shampoos, which can be overly aggressive, our gentle, organic formulas treat your scalp with the gentleness it deserves, with no unwanted side effects.

In this range, you will find tea tree shampooshampoo, for use as a three-month course of treatment, or our three-clay shampoo, a perfect blend of mineral powders for a healthy scalp and fortified hair.

With Biocoiff', say goodbye to dandruff and hello to a healthy scalp and radiant hair. Our products are a commitment to your hair's well-being.


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Say goodbye to those little white flakes that settle on your shoulders and neckline when you handle your hair. Our cleansing products with 100% natural ingredients are a marvel at eliminating unsightly flakes and treating your scalp. 

In liquid or solid format, it's up to you to choose the one that suits you best. Take advice from our professionals to make it part of your hair routine, and combine it with other organic shampoos to avoid addiction.


Recognizing a flaky scalp


Dandruff generally appears on hair with an oily or dry tendency. Several types of dandruff colonize the scalp. How to recognize them? The dry dandruff are fine and easily dispersed, while oily dandruff are thicker and stick together due to sebum. In both cases, they cause itching of the scalp.

Oily dandruff can also suffocate the scalp, leading to hair loss. To eliminate oily dandruff and treat the scalp and fiber , you need to use treating and purifying shampoos. They rebalance seborrhea and reduce the risk of irritation, so that flakes gradually disappear.


Our organic shampoos for the treatment of dandruff


To treat the appearance of dandruff, the emphasis is on washing. Biocoiff offers a range of cleansing and soothing organic shampoos to get rid of dry or oily dandruff. You can choose from a range of specific shampoos. What they all have in common is that they are formulated with natural ingredients such as plants, essential oils and fats plant-based. They are gentle on hair and scalp, and can be washed out with clear water. 

We offer : 


  • Organic tea tree shampoo to be used as a three-month course of treatment. It contains 30-50% terpinene-4-ol and 3% terpineol (3%). These molecules, related to monoterpene alcohols, are broad-spectrum antifungal agents that limit the development of fungal infections.
  • Organic shampoo with three clays is also recommended for limiting the production of flakes in the scalp. These mineral powders combine their qualities to cleanse and strengthen your hair.

You can alternate the use of these shampoos with shampoos for oily or dry hair or dry shampoos for your hair type, to avoid becoming accustomed to them, which would be detrimental to the results.


Wash your hair with solid anti-dandruff shampoos 


For effective anti-dandruff action, Biocoiff' solid shampoos are recommended by hair care professionals. They contain only mild surfactants that do not irritate the scalp, combined with several natural active ingredients.


Whether you use solid or liquid shampoos to wash your hair, ne recommend that you dry your hair quicklyt without straining the scalp. Supplement your anti-dandruff routine with complementary products such as masks or conditioner for sensitive hair.




How can you tell the difference between dry and oily dandruff?

Dry dandruff looks like white dust or snowflakes. Its tiny dead flakes detach from the scalp and fall onto the shoulders. Oily dandruff, on the other hand, clings to the scalp and to each other thanks to excess sebum secretion.


What causes dandruff in the hair?

Sebum production, the presence of mycosis and your general state of health (stress, lack of sleep, pollution...) are the main causes of the development of pityriasis capitis, the scientific name for dandruff. One in three people is affected by the stubborn presence of dandruff.


How to treat flakes on the scalp?

It's essential to wash your hair with gentle, natural shampoos that contain no harsh ingredients such as sulfates or chemical surfactants. The aim is to restore the hair's seborrheic balance, so that you can wash your hair less frequently and no longer suffer from itching.


How do I treat my hair when I have dandruff?

To treat dandruff, it's essential to choose an effective anti-dandruff shampoo as a first step. You also need to treat your hair type, whether oily or dry, by choosing the right products. Look for products containing ingredients such as aloe vera for dry scalps or tea tree for oily ones. Finally, when washing your hair, massage the scalp to help loosen dandruff gently, rather than rubbing.