Get Rid Of Dandruff For Good With These 13 Natural Remedies

Get Rid Of Dandruff For Good With These 13 Natural Remedies

Have you ever avoided wearing dark clothes
because you’re worried about dandruff flakes showing up on your shoulders? Hi Folks! Whether
you notice white flakes in your hair or on your shoulders, a dandruff issue can be both
embarrassing and annoying. In the USA alone, Dandruff affects about half
of the adult population and usually peaks in severity around age 20 and becomes less
prevalent above age 50. You can get Dandruff as a result of a dry
or oily scalp, skin conditions, hormones or due to a sensitivity to hair products and
shampoos. You can end up spending a lot of money on
expensive hair products and procedures to get rid of dandruff and the result may not
be satisfactory. But what if we told you, you could get rid of this problem naturally,
without having to deal with any expensive or inconvenient treatments! From using egg
yolk to coconut oil, keep watching to find out what these natural remedies are! Baking Soda: Next time you spot a few flakes,
check your kitchen cupboards for this treatment. Baking soda is one of the most inexpensive
and effective natural remedies for dandruff and most of you have it sitting right on your
shelves. Baking soda helps exfoliate the scalp to remove
dead skin before it can clump up into dandruff. It also eliminates excess oil on the scalp
and promotes a healthy pH balance to prevent the growth of yeast. Start by rinsing your hair with water. Take
2 tablespoons of baking soda and mix it with a few drops of water to create a paste. Then
start massaging the baking soda into the scalp, making sure to cover as much ground as possible.
Finally, rinse it out, skip the shampoo, and condition as usual. You can use baking soda to replace your shampoo
for as long as you’d like; make the swap when you’re having a flareup and use for
as long as needed. Lemon Juice: One of the major causes of dandruff
can be bacteria clogging up your hair follicles. You can fight this bacteria with just a little
lemon juice. Squeeze the juice from one lemon and add ½
cup warm water, then pour over your scalp and let sit for five minutes before shampooing
as usual. Or, mix 1 tablespoon of lemon juice with 1 cup of warm water and use after you’ve
conditioned. Pour over your head after you rinse out your
conditioner. Let it dry in your hair and it will not only keep dandruff away, it will
make you smell wonderful. Egg Yolk: While it may sound bizarre, egg
yolks can be a great natural, at home way to get rid of dandruff. The vitamin A in egg yolk works with your
hair to produce more sebum, which helps to prevent dandruff. Separate 1 or 2 egg yolks and whip. Apply
only to scalp area and try to avoid the rest of your hair. Cover your head with a plastic
bag, being careful not to let the egg drip out
After 1 hour, shampoo the egg out of your hair. Only attempt this treatment if you are not
too sensitive to odors, as egg yolks can create a bad smell. Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is brimming with
antifungal compounds, helping you eliminate excess fungus and stop dandruff. Not only that, but coconut oil is super moisturizing,
so it can quench your dry skin and prevent dandruff from forming. Coconut oil is one of the easiest natural
remedies for dandruff. Just take a tablespoon or so of warm coconut oil and apply directly
to your scalp. Massage it in for about 5 minutes, really focusing on the roots. Cover it with
a shower cap and leave it for at least 30 minutes or let it soak overnight. Then rinse
it off, shampoo, and you’re ready to go. Apple Cider Vinegar: ACV is a well-known natural
treatment for many ailments and is becoming more known as a hair conditioner. It can help change the pH of your scalp, making
it more difficult for yeast to grow there. Mix one part ACV and one part water in a measuring
cup. Shampoo your hair and rinse. Now, carefully pour the ACV/water mixture over your scalp
and hair. Massage it into your scalp. Rinse and style as usual and after your hair is
dry it will not smell like vinegar. Raw Honey: Raw honey is a nutritional powerhouse
with its proteins, amino acids, vitamins, enzymes, and minerals. It is antimicrobial,
and soothing to your scalp, while conditioning your hair as well. Honey also helps prevent pathogen infections
and keeps the microbes that cause dandruff in check. Since honey is so thick and sticky on its
own, you need to dilute it before use. Combine 1-2 tbsp of raw unfiltered organic honey with
2/3 cup of warm water and stir to dissolve. Massage this into your scalp for 5 to 10 minutes,
trying to avoid the rest of your hair. Let the mixture sit for 30 minutes. Rinse off
with warm water or wash as usual Repeat twice a week until dandruff is gone.
4:18 Tea Tree Oil: Even as little as a 5% presence
of tea tree oil in your shampoo can significantly improve the condition of your scalp. When
it comes to dandruff, tea tree oil can be a lifesaver since it provides immediate effects
thanks to its antibacterial and antifungal properties. One way you can use it is by simply adding
8-10 drops of tea tree oil in a 200-ml bottle of shampoo. Wash your hair the way you normally
would, but allow the shampoo to sit on your scalp for a bit to let it absorb the benefits
of tea tree oil. Then, rinse thoroughly. Another way of using it could be in your daily
oil. A three-quarter of the regular oil would require 15 drops of the tea tree oil. Put
the mixture in your hair, massage it into your scalp, leave it overnight, and wash the
next morning. Onion Juice: Onions are rich in phytochemical
compounds that can help combat dandruff. Their topical application can help eliminate the
flaking of your skin and reduce the occurrence of dandruff. Take ½ onion and blend it to extract its
juice. Strain it and apply generously to your scalp. Leave it on for an hour and wash it
off. You can apply this juice to your scalp 2 times a week for best results. Aloe Vera: You must have heard of Aloe Vera’s
benefits for your skin and body. But it is great at taking care of dandruff as well. It is a rich source of bioactive compounds
that can be used to treat skin disorders. Extracts of aloe vera exhibit antifungal and
antimicrobial properties that can help fight any fungal infection, including that causing
dandruff. Massage some aloe vera gel into your scalp.
Massage in circular motions, ensuring the gel is absorbed into the scalp. Wash off after
1 hour. Apply this gel at least 2 times a week till your dandruff is gone. Yoghurt: As weird as it may sound, sour yoghurt
can also be used as one of the home remedies for dandruff. The acidic nature of the yoghurt battles dandruff,
as well as conditions your hair to give it a sparkling, smooth look. All you need to do is whisk some fermented
yoghurt and apply it to your scalp. Rinse your hair after an hour and you’ll be delighted
to notice the change yourself! Fenugreek Seeds: Fenugreek seeds are a saviour
when dealing with a dandruff problem. They are rich in antibacterial and antifungal properties
which make them effective when it comes to getting rid of dandruff. Fenugreek seeds are also brimming with protein,
vitamin C, iron, potassium, nicotinic acid, and lecithin, and hence has innumerable hair
benefits. Soak fenugreek seeds in a bowl of water and
leave it overnight. In the morning, grind the seeds to form a smooth paste. Apply this
paste to your scalp and hair. Leave it on for 30 minutes. Wash your hair with a mild
shampoo and condition as usual. Salt: Ordinary table salt or sea salt can
help remove dandruff flakes from your hair. Rub a tablespoon or two of the salt into your
scalp while the hair is dry. The abrasiveness of the salt helps loosen
the dry, flaky skin. It might help to have another person massage the salt into your
scalp. After doing this, shampoo as usual to rinse off the skin flakes and remove the
salt from the hair. This treatment can be done as frequently as needed. Garlic: Garlic is a potent antimicrobial agent
which makes it ideal for eliminating the bacteria that causes dandruff. You can crush or minced fresh garlic and rub
it into your scalp. You may find the smell of fresh garlic to be intense. To lessen the
odor of garlic, mix it with a few teaspoons of raw honey. Massage the mixture into the
scalp and allow it to remain there for 30 to 60 minutes. Wash your hair as usual. Do
this once per week for best results. Give one of these natural remedies a try next
time you face dandruff trouble or are currently facing dandruff issue and let us know how
that worked out for you in the comments section below.

21 thoughts on “Get Rid Of Dandruff For Good With These 13 Natural Remedies”

  1. I have used Selsun Blue & Nizoral Shampoos but result was not so good then I use Yogurt mix water for 2 weeks then all Dandruff is gone forever yes Yoghurt is the best from Pakistan

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  5. Who are here after trying everything to get rid of this disgusting white flakes also known as DANDRUFF ๐Ÿ˜ž๐Ÿ˜ข?

  6. Please also say sth about what to do when we have problem of redness in hair scalp and how can we eliminate this from our head

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