How to get rid of dandruff

How to get rid of dandruff:

Dandruff is not only irritating but it can also be very embarrassing. There are two types of dandruff and only mild and temporary dandruff can be treated at home. If the dandruff you are suffering from is super itchy and majorly damaging to your scalp, then you need medical help. However if it is temporary or seasonal then it can be easily treated by over the counter products or simple at-home methods;

 

Hair Care Regimen:

Make sure you have a good hair care regimen. A good hair care regimen according to your hair type and season will not only insure you don’t get itchy scalp and dandruff but also it will make your hair grow longer and healthier with time. Your hair care regimen should include at least 3 step. First should be a good quality anti-dandruff shampoo, second a good quality conditioner to follow, and hair masks twice a week.

 

New Products:

You might be using some new products that did not work well with your scalp and causing irritation and drying out your scalp. Eliminate those new products,they might be causing dandruff.

 

Is it really dandruff?

You will be surprised to know that most of the times we mistake product build up with dandruff. Make sure you properly wash the product out of your hair and also use a good cleansing shampoo every now and then to make sure your scalp has no residue of all the products you have been using.

 

Baking Soda:

Applying a handful of  baking soda in wet hair and rinsing it out after 2-3 minutes, twice a week will actually help you drastically in getting rid of dandruff.

 

Aloe Vera gel:

Aloe vera gel will not only calm your itchy scalp but it will also condition and nourish your scalp, and will help you with dandruff.

 

Cut back of styling products:

Let your scalp heal and avoid product build up. The more you avoid heat tools and styling products the faster you will get rid of dandruff

Be Patient:

You don’t get rid of dandruff over-night. Be patient, because it is scientifically proven that stress can also cause dandruff and make it worse.

 

Good Luck!

Love,

Zunaira Sulman.

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