5 Effective natural home remedies for dandruff

▴ Natural home remedies for dandruff
Dandruff is the most embarrassing thing that could happen after being finally dressed up. It is a common problem of the adult population – beyond gender, age and race. Here are some natural homemade remedies to try out

Dryness of hair is a very common problem associated with both men and women. Dryness looks very unpleasant in beautiful hair. The unpleasant texture of hair affects the personality of a person. Dandruff is often a matter of embarrassment in front of other people. There are expensive products available in the market for this problem. The products manufacturer company claims to eliminate dandruff. But the product doesn’t say so. There are harmful chemical ingredients involved in the preparation of these products that are proving to be harmful to the hair. Due to this, there are complaints of hair fall. So, instead of using expensive products, try out some home remedies to overcome this problem.

Curd - Curd is the best home remedy to eliminate dandruff and dryness. Traditionally, women use curd to remove dryness. This is still as effective today as it was before. Instead of using harmful chemicals, apply curd to the root of the hair. This is very beneficial. Applying curd to the root also promotes hair growth. Yogurt has natural properties that eliminate dryness-causing bacteria and fungus.

Neem leaves - Neem is bitter but is full of hidden benefits. Due to its anti-bacterial properties, neem not only helps to eliminate dryness but also removes the itching caused by it. People having a problem with dandruff, take some neem leaves and prepare a paste with water, now apply the paste to the roots of the head. And then wash your hair with plain water.

Apple Cider Vinegar and Lemon Juice - Apple cider vinegar and lemon juice carry many beneficial properties. Mix both and apply it to the roots of the hair, but do remember to wash off the oil before applying this. This method is the best way to get rid of dandruff. Then after 15 minutes wash your head with any good shampoo. You will see a clear difference after trying this on the first try only.

Aloe vera – Aloe vera has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. It is best to directly extract some from the aloe vera plant- it is transparent and has a thick consistency. It can be applied to the scalp and then washed off with a medicated anti-dandruff or mild shampoo.

Tea tree oil - All anti-acne and anti-fungal medications boast of tea tree oil due to its exceptional power to fight fungal and bacterial infections. Add a drop or two of tea tree oil to your shampoo and wash normally and notice the results.

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Renu Gupta

With a background in Pharmacy which is the clinical health science that links medical science with chemistry, I had the desire to mix creativity to these fields. Medicircle provides me an avenue to apply my training in science and interest in creativity together.

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