Absolute Home Remedies For Dandruff

Of cause, there are home remedies for dandruff that really work. I am going to point out a few good ones to you. Use them and see how well they work for you. However if you have severe dandruff problem, you need to consult your dermatologist.

Some causes of dandruff

Dandruff may occur for many reasons that may include allergic reaction poor diet, too dry or oily scalp, hormonal fluctuations, hair spray or shampoo residues, and emotional stress.

Most of the dandruff shampoos you buy for your hair are highly medicated to address the symptoms of dandruff but don’t do anything about the underlying disorder which is the dryness and poor health condition of the scalp.

The aggressive cleaners in the shampoo destroy the very delicate balance of water and oil of the scalp. It takes alternative measures like home remedies for dandruff to resolve the problem. Let us look into the real natural remedies that can help you.


Home remedies for dandruff treatment

Before you shampoo

First of all let’s start with preparing the scalp for shampooing.

Twenty minutes before you shampoo your hair, massage your scalp with any of the following dandruff remedies mixed together.

  • 4 ounces of vinegar
  • 4 ounces  cup of water
  • 1 teaspoon bee pollen granules
  • Use this remedy to massage your scalp.

     Or

  • 4 ounces cup of rosemary
  • 4 ounces cup of sage
  • Mix the two herbs together and make a tea that is very strong for massaging the scalp.

     Or

  • 4 ounces cup of water
  • 2 ounces cup of vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon dried mint
  • Make an infusion with these home remedies for dandruff for treatment. Boil and strain it and let it cool down before using it to massage your scalp.

     Or

       Another remedy,
  • 2 ounces cup of water
  • 4 ounces of tablespoon salt
  • 2 eggs
  • Mix all the ingredients together and rub into scalp two times a week and let it stay for 5–7 minutes before you rinse it with lukewarm water, then shampoo it after that.

If you intend to wash your hair the next day, then follow this recommendation.

Before you go to bed grate some ginger in a blender, squeeze the juice and mix it with equal part of sesame oil. Use it to massage the scalp and cover it with sleep cup or towel and shampoo the hair the next morning.


It’s time to apply the shampoo

Mix up these home remedies for dandruff together and use the shampoo several times in a week to bring the water and oil-secreting glands to a normal standard.

  • 15 drops of tea tree oil  
  • 12 drops of cedarwood oil  
  • 6 drops of clary sage oil  
  • 6 drops of lemon oil  
  • 9 drops of pine oil
  • 9 drops of rosemary oil
  • 12 ounces  of unscented tepid shampoo      

The tea tree oil helps take care of the bacteria on the scalp.
Cedarwood and rosemary will help to increase blood circulation to the scalp.

Pine deals with the elimination of toxins from the scalp.
Clary sage will help to control and balance the production of oil to the hair. Lemon also helps to remove toxins from the hair while boosting internal cleansing.


How to rinse your hair

Apply the following procedure before rinsing your hair.
After shampooing use 1 tablespoon each of witch hazel, water and lemon juice to massage the scalp.

Doing the final rinse

This process may seem long and cumbersome but it is worth it all. Combine the following herbs and make a strong tea with them. Add a spoonful of vinegar to it and use the tea to rinse your scalp for the final rinse.

Catnip, chaparral, celery seed, sage, nettle, rosemary, and mint, chives, chamomile, thyme, or wintergreen.


Tonic for dandruff

Once a while, you can moisten a cotton ball and dab your scalp with any one of the following remedies to take care of shampoo flakiness.

1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar in water, or glycerin and rose water, or equal parts of any commercial mouthwash and witch hazel mixed together.


Extra Dandruff remedies

Thyme approach
Here are some other home remedies for dandruff that you can try out for yourself.

  • Dry thyme leaves
  • 4 cups of water
  • Olive oil
  • Thyme oil

Boil about ½ cup of dried thyme leaves in the 4 cups of water for five minutes and strain the leaves out. Let it sit


Vinegar – apirin way
You may consider these home remedies for dandruff too, though the aspirin involved is not natural but for a quick spell, you may tolerate it.

  • 1 cup or 16 ounces of apple cider vinegar
  • 5 apirin tablets
  • 1/3 cup of witch hazel

Mash the tablets of aspirin and pour them in the bottle of the apple cider vinegar. Add the 1/3 cup of witch hazel to it and shake well to mix. After shampooing apply the content in the bottle to your hair and comb through it. Wait for 10 minutes and rinse your hair with warm water to remove the dandruff flakes.`


The nettle treatment
You can steam your scalp with this remedy to give you deep cleaning that can eliminate the flakes.

  • Nettle
  • Rosemary
  • Peppermint
  • 16 ounces or 2 cups of water

Mix equal parts of all the herbs together. Wear some gloves if you are using the fresh nestle because it can sting. If you are using dried herbs, take 2 tablespoons of the mixture or ½ cup of the fresh herbs mixture and add it to the 2 cups of hot water.

Cover it and let is steep for about 15 minutes. Strain and let it cool and apply to your scalp. Use a shower cup to cover your hair and wrap it up with a warm towel for half an hour and rinse it off with water to remove dandruff flakes. Work with these home remedies for dandruff to resolve your problems.


It's always vitamins

A combination of vitamin B Complex and PABA not only help dandruff of the scalp but also clear dandruff that spreads to the eyebrows and the sides of the nose.

Combine vitamin E with daily diet, olive or canola oil to help you balance the oils on your scalp to relieve dandruff.

Consider using zing lozenges. Place it in your mouth daily and let it dissolve. It has the ability to rebuild the skin and help the scalp to reduce dandruff. Some people have experienced reduction in itching and scaling of dandruff in a week.
Take the required dosage daily to achieve a good result.

These are great working home remedies for dandruff. Just exercise the patience to see them work for you.


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