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Here are some very basic and simple dandruff home remedies that can help you get rid of those embarrassing white scales landing on your shoulders,
Try these remedies, see which one works for you and then GET READY to wear your favorite black tops again!!
Dandruff is a very common scalp condition and to explain in simple terms... what is actually happening, is that the scalp begins shedding dead skin.
Sometimes however, this process speeds up, and the dead skin is more noticeable, and begins leaving that embarrassing dusting of white flakes on your shoulders, referred to as dandruff.
Dandruff is usually associated with a type of dermatitis called seborrhea which can be triggered by a few things, some of which are:
An important thing to note is that head lice can also resemble dandruff, so be sure that it is dandruff that you are treating and not lice.
We know that there is no "cure" for dandruff, but what we have for you is a whole long list of dandruff home remedies and I bet you anything that you have at least one of these ingredients in your kitchen or pantry that you can use, so...... hair goes!
This comes from the "Old Folks" , they say you should mix 1 cup of warm water with 3 tablespoons of salt (see uses for salt) and massage well into the scalp for at least five minutes, rinse thoroughly. Repeat daily until the dandruff disappears.
They (the old folks), also say that you can apply a thick coating of plain yoghurt to your scalp, cover with a warm towel, leave for 20 minutes and then rinse.
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