According to Women's Health, eyebrow dandruff is now officially a thing and we're really not OK with it.
This genius hack will banish your dandruff in a few seconds
“The presence of Malassezia globose [a fungus] on the skin, a genetic predisposition to dandruff, or the presence of sebum,” can cause eyebrow dandruff, Ilyse Lefkowicz, MD, Head & Shoulders dermatologist, told the magazine.
Ilyse suggests using an anti-dandruff shampoo to tackle the awkward issue, as well as steering clear of substances like glycolic acid, benzoyl peroxide, acne treatments, or anti-ageing creams, which will only cause further irritation.
If you're suffering from this little-known condition, you can read about all the surprising reasons you might be encountering it, and scroll down for the best anti-dandruff shampoos you can use to cure it...