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This Is How To Get Rid of Irritating Dandruff!

“Our hair is our crown.” – Quote 

Have you ever heard this quote? Obviously, the hair is one of the first features that people see when they look at you. in us when we get to meet them for the first time. Therefore, it is important to take an ample amount of time to groom and beautify your hair. Some people purchase hair products such as shampoos and conditioners for this purpose. Others go for salon treatments to maintain their hair.

However, at times, you may face nasty hair problems such as dandruff.  It is downright embarrassing to see those little white flakes falling out of your hair as you sway it every time you move. In this article, we give you some tips on how you can get rid of dandruff the natural way.

 What Causes Dandruff?

Most people have been led to believe that having dandruff is as a result of poor hygiene. It is true that some hair products, no matter how much you love them, simply aren’t comfortable for your scalp. If your scalp is highly sensitive to chemicals, seek medical help to determine which hair products are good and safe for you to use. Otherwise, it might lead to extreme irritation that may cause dandruff.

Aside from that, did you also know that your hair may also get dandruff if you wash it too much?

“Not shampooing enough will only make your dandruff worse — it causes more oil and dead skin cells to accumulate on your scalp, which the yeast and fungi just continue to feed on.” — Stuart H. Kaplan 

Your hair grooming is a major determinant of whether you get dandruff.  If you don’t brush your hair on a daily basis, the dead skin and cells around your scalp will start to accumulate, causing dandruff. Also, people who are sensitive to yeast are at a higher risk of having dandruff. Although taking a probiotic can help, we suggest that you read on. 

 What Do You Need to Do To Get Rid of Dandruff?

Instead of relying on chemicals to get rid of dandruff, we recommend that you go the natural way. The so-called “dandruff free” products may actually worsen your dandruff condition instead of treating it.  It turns out that once you forget to use the shampoo, your dandruff will come back ten fold. Below are some natural dandruff remedies. 

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a super product when it comes to treating the hair. It makes the hair shine to look vibrant as you see on televisions. You only need to squeeze a little amount from the plant and apply it to your hair. After 30 minutes or so, you may then rinse your hair.

Apple Cider Vinegar

This type of vinegar has been causing some buzz in the health and fitness industry because of its stunning benefits. It can regulate your blood pressure, burn some fats, and most of all, help you lose some weight. But did you know that ACV’s benefits go further than that? It turns out that this vinegar can help you rid of dandruff too.  The acidity of the vinegar is good for a and even gets rid of the dandruff-causing fungus. Simply mix equal parts ACV and water and slather it on your head. Leave it for about 30 minutes before washing off.

Baking Soda

If you don’t want your hair to have that tangy and sour scent, then baking soda may work for you. Baking soda acts as a scrub and can exfoliate your scalp and remove your dandruff altogether. Moreover, baking soda is incredibly simple to use. You only need to add a little baking soda to your shampoo and wash your hair as usual.

 Coconut Oil

Of course, this magical oil must be included in our list! Just put about five tablespoons of coconut oil in a container and rub it in your palms. Then, apply it to your scalp and massage it gently around your head. Let it stay on for an hour before washing it out with regular shampoo.

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