Dandruff Home Remedies

Dandruff Home Remedies

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It appears everyone is now switching over to naturopathy or natural healing process for any kind of disorder these days. Instead of allopathic treatments and remedies that facilitate chemicals, we are more interested to look for safer and more natural alternatives. We rely on natural alternatives for better health, skin and hair health and weight loss also. This time of the year when the weather is getting colder, we are more vulnerable to suffer from dry skin and hair trouble. Natural home remedies are once again outshining the other modern treatments and becoming as popular as they were centuries ago with our grandparents and their ancestors. When talking about the home remedies of dandruff, try these secure and natural home remedies.

Indian Dandruff Home Remedy 

The components you will require are lemon, curd and honey. Use two tablespoons of curd, three drops of honey and lemon juice respectively. Blend together and administer it to the scalp, leave it on for almost fifteen minutes, then scrub for fifteen minutes before washing your hair.

Give Coconut Oil a Try 

Apply the coconut oil on the scalp and rub away the dead cells with a brush or scrubber. Hold your head under a tap of warm water or under the shower of hot water for fifteen minutes. You will receive immediate results that will work up to six months or even a year.

A Canadian Dandruff Home Remedy

This will work wonders and is quite an effective dandruff home remedy. Apply baby oil to the whole head in the evening, wrap your head using a piece of cloth of towel and leave it on till next morning and then shampoo it. Use the baby oil regularly until your dandruff is totally gone.

American Dandruff Home Remedy 

The only thing that is utilized in this therapy is lemon juice. The best way to use the lemon juice is quirt the lemon juice all over your scalp and massage. Leave the lemon essence on for about fifteen minutes and then wash and rinse your hair. It generally does not take more than two sittings for the dandruff itch to vanish. This therapy is just a temporary relief. Repeat this therapy when required or should the dandruff reoccurs.

A Dandruff Home Remedy Straight From Kitchen

I am sure in your kitchen you must have olive oil and almond oil somewhere or the other. But in any case, if you don't have either one, you can get them at health food or vitamin stores. Blend the two and administer it onto the scalp and leave it on for few minutes. Once it begins to tingle scrub it softly, rinse and shampoo your head. You can feel the result.

Some Other Dandruff Home Remedies

  • There's an old dandruff home remedy coming straight from a barber workplace. Add two powdered aspirins to your shampoo while washing your hair. Let the shampoo on for two minutes then rinse and wash it once more. This remedy generally works after one treatment.
  • For a quick relief apply Aloe Vera gel 10-15 minutes on your head prior to washing your hair. Use this therapy regularly to keep dandruff at bay. 
  • Soak fenugreek seeds (purchased from a health care and food store) all night in water and in the morning when the seeds are tender, grind them into a paste and administer to your scalp. Leave it on for half an hour and use a shampoo to rinse your hair. This is one of the best remedy for dandruff. 
  • Also, you can prepare tea of rosemary and apple sage then apply it on your scalp and leave it on for minimum 10-15 minutes for best results and rinse after using shampoo. 
  • You can also make a strong syrup from rosemary, sage, thyme or neem leaves by mixing the leaves to boiling water and allowing it to brew for 24 hours. Strain and apply the syrup over just-washed hair and allow it to absorb it. Style your hair as you do but keep styling and beauty products to the minimum as these products can add to the dandruff.
  • Boil beetroot remove it from the water and make a paste. Massage this paste of beetroot onto your scalp before you go to take bath. Leave it on for 15 minutes.  Now wash your hair with lukewarm water.
  • You can also find out from your local bookstore for books or literature on herbal and natural home remedies.

There are so many natural home remedies for the cure and prevention of dandruff.