3 Simple Ways to Get Rid of Dandruff Naturally

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Dandruff is a common problem that can be caused by many different things, including dry skin, fungus on the scalp, dermatitis and skin reactions to ingredients in hair care products. Store-bought treatments can be expensive, and sometimes make the problem worse, but there are natural alternatives that can be just as effective as store-bought products.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is used in a wide range of skin lotions and cosmetics, as it contains powerful antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that help to treat several common skin conditions. It also helps to soften and moisturise the skin. Aloe vera reduces inflammation of the scalp and can help to kill the fungus that causes some types of dandruff, making it ideal for treating fungal infections. Use as a topical treatment for dandruff by applying aloe vera gel or aloe vera juice directly to the scalp.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a natural remedy that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments. Apple cider vinegar balances the skin’s pH levels, which helps to prevent the growth of fungus. Apple cider vinegar is also highly acidic and can help to loosen and remove dead skin cells from the scalp. Make a soothing rinse for your scalp by mixing once cup of apple cider vinegar and one cup of water. Pour the mixture onto your scalp and leave for up to 20 minutes. Rinse your scalp and hair thoroughly to remove all traces of the treatment.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil has long been used to treat common skin conditions and is also a natural alternative to disinfectant. Tea tree oil contains antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties that can treat dandruff caused by fungus. It can also soothe the scalp and reduce inflammation, helping to reduce itching and soreness. Dilute a few drops of tea tree essential oil in a cup of water and massage the liquid into your scalp thoroughly. Rinse your hair and shampoo as normal. Tea tree oil can irritate sensitive skin, so it’s important to test the oil on a small section of skin before applying it to your whole scalp.

Dandruff is a common problem that causes itching, soreness and flaking of the scalp. Store-bought products designed to treat dandruff can be expensive and sometimes even make the problem worse. Natural remedies provide a cheaper alternative that can be just as effective as store-bought products.

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Mitsu studied biology with a specialization in plant sciences. You can sometimes spot her where forests and meadows meet collecting data for ecology projects she works on. When all data is safely in, Mitsu stays home, kicks off the rubber boots, wears cozy clothes, makes herself a cup of herbal tea and works as a freelance writer. Mitsu writes about cosmetic plants and their effects and about natural cosmetics.

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Mitsu studied biology with a specialization in plant sciences. You can sometimes spot her where forests and meadows meet collecting data for ecology projects she works on. When all data is safely in, Mitsu stays home, kicks off the rubber boots, wears cozy clothes, makes herself a cup of herbal tea and works as a freelance writer. Mitsu writes about cosmetic plants and their effects and about natural cosmetics.

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