Easy Coconut Oil and Lemon Massage For Dandruff Hairs
Coconut oil nourishes the hair, while lemon juice helps with treating dandruff at home without harmful chemicals.
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To improve your overall health as well as the dryness of your skin and scalp, it is very important to drink plenty of water every day.
Here is the simplest home remedy for dandruff:
Step 1: Heat 2 tablespoons of coconut oil and blend it with equal amounts of lemon juice.
Step 2: Massage the mixture softly to your scalp.
Step 3: Keep the shampoo on for 20 minutes before rinsing it off.
Note: This treatment should be done at least twice a week to see noticeable results.
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How to get rid of dandruff:
This may be as easy as brushing and washing your hair more frequently, depending on how serious the dandruff is, which should help reduce oil build-up. Yet if there’s a flakier side of your dandruff, you may need to do something. These are some of the stuff I used to get rid of dandruff, which worked very well for me.
Baking soda: Baking soda is a very simple and inexpensive way to get rid of dandruff, I enjoy using it in the kitchen and to fix my beauty problems. Baking soda is a natural antiseptic, which can help eliminate the build-up of excess sebum. Once dandruff has absolutely gone, you can stick to use the usual shampoo.
How to: What you need to do is add about a tablespoon of baking soda to your shampoo and massage for a few minutes through your scalp. You can see results after doing this for one or two weeks.
If the dandruff keeps coming back, you should consider adjusting your shampoo and conditioner, or consulting with a dermatologist.
Apple Cider Vinegar: Even though I don’t have dandruff but after washing my hair, I enjoy doing an apple cider vinegar rinse as it clarifies the hair and eliminates any oil residue. ACV is filled with vitamins and amino acids and has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects, making it an excellent product for a lot of skin problems.
The shampoo from the drugstore: If natural DIYs aren’t your thing, I swear a $10 shampoo from Selsun Blue Dandruff to get rid of dandruff in a few washes. Including me, I’ve seen a few people trying this in the workplace and it worked really well even on a really bad case of dandruff. It also makes my hair feel super soft afterwards so it does not strip or damage the hair in any way. Continue to wash your hair with this every other day (or once in three days) for two weeks and you can see a doctor if the dandruff persists. Just when the dandruff goes down, I consider using this afterwards for a few washes to make sure it doesn’t come back.
How to: I like to blend one part ACV with two parts water to treat dandruff. Pour the mix over your scalp (be sure you don’t get it in your eyes!) and let it sit for five to ten minutes before washing your face. When at any given point it feels awkward or stings, wash it out immediately.
Prevention: A healthy scalp means healthy hair, so I like using the Sisley Revitalizing Fortifying Serum for Scalp, $158, which has a high concentration of plant-based extracts, proteins, minerals and vitamins that reinforce the hair follicle and boost hair quality and shine. It’s also really important to make sure you wash your hair regularly.
I hope you guys find our tips helpful and it works to get rid of it. If none of these tricks help, however, then you should certainly contact your doctor or dermatologist. There are also skin disorders that can be mistaken for dandruff, so it’s worth consulting your doctor if it’s really itchy, extra flakey, or otherwise painful. And darlings, please be mindful of the dangers associated in using non-conventional products on your scalp.
Don’t forget to check the ingredients in your shampoo and conditioner and try new items to see which work best on your hair. We are currently testing the safe, drugstore hair care brand HASK, which is free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, gluten & drying alcohol, plus they have a wide variety of ranges to fit different hair types.
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