This popular Body Shop shampoo sells one every four seconds

Choosing a shampoo that’s right for you in the minefield that is the hair-washing market can sometimes seem to be an impossible task.

With shampoos that claim to do all sorts of things, from anti-frizz to repairing split ends, it’s tough to know which one is best.

But if you’re looking specifically for an anti-dandruff shampoo for your morning shower, it seems we may have found the holy grail product.

The Body Shop revealed to that their Ginger Anti-dandruff shampoo is going down a storm with customers, selling one every four seconds.

Their hugely popular shampoo is sold in a travel-size 60ml, 250ml, and 400ml bottle, meaning there’s a size for every requirement.

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Buy The Body Shop Ginger Anti-Dandruff shampoo here, £2 - £8.50

The company vow that the product “gently clears loose flakes and soothes the scalp”, and with a refreshing ginger scent, it’s certainly seeming promising.

But the best part? The shampoo is also hugely affordable too. For the smallest size, you can expect to pay just £2. The largest bottle is on sale for £8.50, and the 250ml bottle is available for only £6.

And you needn’t take our word for it. Plenty of happy customers have posted on The Body Shop website, singing the shampoo’s praises.

One shopper wrote, ‘I bought 2 bottles on my first order and very love it. It was after the second wash NO MORE DRY, ITCHY AND FLAKY SCALP, NO MORE DANDRUFF. Absolutely love it.’

Another agreed, ‘All in all this is the best anti-dandruff product I’ve ever used, and I’m pretty sure it’s making my hair softer as well…game changer for sure, I will be buying this forever!’

While a third customer commented, ‘Would recommend this to anyone suffering with dandruff. This is the only shampoo that gets rid of all my dandruff and soothe my scalp! Definitely recommend this!’

High praise indeed!

If you fancy getting hold of the shampoo yourself, you can order online for delivery, or pick it up in store.

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on