Even though winter is long gone, is it still snowing on your shirt? Don’t worry, we have a solution that will help you to get rid of those unwanted flakes that keep falling on your shoulders. Dandruff is a problem that is extremely treatable. And no, you do not have to visit the salons or book a spa appointment every time to get rid of it. All you need to do is spare a few minutes and scroll through the pointers below. Believe it or not, these easy homemade remedies are not only easy to prepare, but will definitely help you cure dandruff once and for all:
1. Aloe Vera
It’s high time you need to overcome the need to scratch an itchy scalp. Stop yourself from scratching by massaging aloe vera into your scalp before shampooing. The cooling effects of aloe vera will soothe the itch. It can be applied in the scalp and then washed off with a medicated anti-dandruff shampoo as well.
Now you don’t have to spend extra bucks to buy any special products to help you get rid of your flaky scalp. If you want to stop the cascade of white flakes simply wash your hair with your regular shampoo, and then rinse it with an alcohol-based mouthwash. Don’t forget to use a regular conditioner later. Mouthwash’s anti-fungal properties help prevent dandruff causing yeast from growing.
It’s time to say goodbye to the image disaster and confidence killer. Grab a saltshaker and shake some salt onto your scalp. Then work it through your hair, you’ll notice that you’ve worked out the dry, flaky skin and are ready for a shampoo. The roughness of salt works for scrubbing out dandruff flakes before you shampoo.
Now put an end to the persistent itching by taking 3-4 peels of lemons and boiling them in 4-5 cups of water for 15 minutes. Once it cools down, use this solution to wash your hair, at least once or twice a week. It works wonders.
A massage of yoghurt can surely be helpful in treating dandruff. Apply some dahi on your hair and scalp and keep it for at least one hour. Wash it off with a mild shampoo, thoroughly. Do this at least twice a week.
Are you spending a lot of your time indoors? If yes, then get outside and enjoy the sun. Lack of exposure to sunlight can also cause dandruff at times. What are you waiting for, head out NOW, but make sure you limit your time as we don’t want you to get tanned 🙂