Home Remedies For Dandruff And Hair Fall, Itchy Scalp: Get Rid Of Dry Scalp & Seborrheic Dermatitis


Home Remedies For Dandruff, Hair Falls And
Itchy Scalp. Herbs And Spices To Remove Dandruff Fast At
Home Welcome to Natural Healing Guides YouTube
Channel, in this video, we are going to give you 20 effective home remedies for getting
rid of dandruff quickly. This video is divided into 3 different parts. 1. Causes Of Dandruff. 2. Symptoms Of Dandruff. 3. Effective Home Remedies For Dandruff. Please look in the description box below to
skip to the part you will like to watch first. If you have not subscribed to the channel,
consider subscribing now by clicking the subscribe button and bell icon. Before anything else, it is important to state
forthwith that dandruff cannot be cured. The various treatment methods for this common
skin and hair condition are basically to control the condition. That said, we shall be considering some home
remedies for dandruff and its symptoms like itchy scalp. These home remedies basically comprise herbs
and common kitchen spices which can help to control the condition. What is dandruff or itchy scalp?. Dandruff, or seborrheic dermatitis, is a condition
that affects parts of the skin, especially the scalp. While the hair is the most commonly affected,
dandruff can also affect other parts of the body (as far as there is hair there) like
the eyebrows. Regardless of age, anyone can be affected
by dandruff. However, the risk of developing the condition
may vary across persons. Thus, dandruff can be a chronic condition
in people at a higher risk. Causes of dandruff. Dandruff is caused, basically, when the skin
(or scalp) produces excess skin cells, which eventually die and are shed off as they mix
with oil in the scalp. Apart from the overproduction of skin cells,
dandruff, or seborrhea, can be caused by other reasons. Following are some other causes of this common
hair condition. � Dry skin. � Oily skin. � Irregular brushing or washing of the hair. � Fungal infection. � Some hair care products. � Poor dieting. � Other causes include stress or the presence
of a skin disease like dermatitis and psoriasis. Symptoms of dandruff. Common signs and symptoms of dandruff include
the following. � Itchy scalp. � Dry, white flakes on dark clothing. � Chronic eczema on the ear. � Facial rash. � Chest rash. If the dandruff is not treated it can lead
to hair loss due to inflammation in the skin. Home remedies for dandruff. While there are anti-dandruff hair care products
that can be used for treating dandruff, the following are some natural remedies for the
condition. 1. Baking soda. Baking soda is a common kitchen ingredient
that comes in handy in the treatment of various health problems, including dandruff. Baking soda helps by reducing the fungi responsible
for dandruff. You can use baking soda for dandruff treatment
by rubbing the powder on your scalp (after previously wetting the hair). Wash the hair two minutes after applying the
baking soda. It is noteworthy to state here that, during
the initial stages, the hair may appear dry due to reduced oil production, but after some
weeks of treatment, the scalp will resume oil production making the hair softer. 2. Banana and avocado. Dandruff symptoms such as flakes, itching,
and dryness of the scalp can be reduced using a mixture of crushed bananas and avocado. While bananas help to keep the hair and scalp
shiny and soft, avocado helps to keep the skin cells healthy. For this method, get 2 medium size bananas
and one avocado and crush together. Apply the mash to the scalp and leave for
a minimum of half an hour. Wash off with cold water afterward. This process should be repeated daily until
the symptoms are reduced or completely eliminated. 3. Coconut oil. Rubbing the scalp with a mixture of coconut
oil and a few drops of tea tree oil is a natural way of treating dandruff and its symptoms. This is because the oil possesses antimicrobial
properties that can help in killing off any microorganism causing the dandruff. This method can be done before bedtime and
washed off after waking in the morning. 4. Fish oil. Fish oil is a rich source of omega-3 fatty
acids. Other good sources are flaxseeds, salmon,
and walnuts. Omega-3 fatty acids are considered as healthy
fats and are beneficial to skin health. Control of oil production, hydration, and
wound healing are some of the benefits of these fats. Thus, a deficiency in omega-3 fatty acids
have been linked with many health problems, including dandruff. Eating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids is
a natural way of controlling dandruff. 5. Olive oil. Apply about 10 drops of olive oil to the scalp
before going to bed to get rid of dandruff. You can use a shower cap to cover your hair,
then, wash off when you wake up the next day. 6. Fenugreek seeds. For this method, you will need to soak some
fenugreek seeds in water and leave over the night. In the morning, strain the water and crush
the seeds into paste. Apply the paste to the scalp and leave for
about one hour. Finally, using a mild shampoo and water, wash
off the paste. 7. Apple cider vinegar. As stated earlier, dandruff can be as a result
of fungal infection. The powerful action of vinegar can help to
destroy any fungus responsible for the dandruff. Symptoms such as itchy scalp and flaky skin
can be corrected by washing the hair with a solution of apple cider vinegar diluted
in an equal amount of water. 8. Tea tree oil. Tea tree oil does not only help in controlling
dandruff, but it also benefits the hair by making the hair shine brighter. Apply a few drops of the oil on the scalp
and leave for about 5 minutes. Wash off with a mild shampoo afterward. 9. Lemon juice. Lemon, like other citrus foods, contains many
acids that are capable of destroying dandruff-causing fungi in the scalp. Moreover, this is a better solution than using
some hair care products that come with adverse side effects. For this method, you will need to get some
fresh lemons and juice them. After juicing, mix about a teaspoon of the
juice with a cup of warm water and wash the hair with it. Alternatively, you can apply two tablespoons
of the juice to the hair and massage directly, without diluting. 10. Curd. Curd is a dairy product that comes as a result
of coagulating milk, and is used to make cheese. Like milk, curd also contains acids such as
lactic acid that are beneficial to hair health. Applying fermented sour curd on a hair affected
by dandruff for about one hour and subsequently rinsing will help to get rid of the dandruff. 11. Lavender oil. Lavender oil has antifungal properties that
are capable of destroying the fungi causing the dandruff. Mix 10 drops of lavender oil with 2 tablespoons
of a carrier oil like olive oil and apply to the scalp. Leave the mixture on the scalp for about half
an hour before rinsing. 12. Rosemary Essential oil. Like lavender oil, rosemary oil is an essential
oil that can help in treating dandruff. Mix the oil with a carrier oil like olive
oil or coconut oil and apply on the scalp. Using a hot towel, wrap the head and leave
it for a while. When the towel cools down, take it off and
rinse the hair. 13. Neem. Get some neem leaves and grind into a paste
using a food processor. Apply the paste on your scalp and leave for
about 10 minutes before washing off with water. This remedy works because neem leaves have
antibacterial properties that can destroy any microbe in the hair. 14. Orange peel. Who would have thought that the peel of orange
can be of any good?. Well, surprisingly, orange peel can help to
cure dandruff and hair loss. The acidic content of the peel is highly effective
in reducing excess oil in the skin � don�t forget that oily skin can lead to dandruff. Get some dry orange peels and blend with lemon
juice to get a paste. Afterward, apply the paste to the scalp and
leave for about half an hour before washing off. This should be done at least twice each week
to get maximum results. 15. Aloe vera. Itchy scalp and other similar symptoms of
dandruff can be eliminated by using aloe vera. Apply aloe vera gel to the scalp and subsequently
massaging will help in soothing the itching and rashes on the skin. Don�t forget to wash off with shampoo and
water afterward. 16. Probiotics. Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that reside
in the body. Foods containing probiotics like kefir, kimchi,
and yogurt are helpful in treating dandruff. While probiotics have various health benefits
in our bodies including boosting the immune system, research has shown that eating more
probiotics can help in controlling dandruff. Moreover, probiotics have been confirmed to
be beneficial to skin health as they help in reducing the symptoms of eczema and dermatitis. 17. Henna Powder. Mix Henna with lemon juice, curd, and tea
liquor. Allow the mixture to sit for about 8 hours. Rub the mixture on the scalp and hair and
leave for about 2 hours before rinsing off. 18. Table salt. Table salt can also work as a remedy for dandruff
� funny, isn�t it?. Use a saltshaker to pour some salt on your
scalp, and then, start massaging the scalp. After a few minutes of massaging, wash off
with shampoo. Salt helps in this way due to its abrasive
nature. 19. Green tea and peppermint oil. Green tea has powerful antioxidant properties
that can benefit persons suffering from dandruff, while peppermint essential oil can help in
promoting hair health. Prepare a cup of green tea by boiling the
leaves in water. Dribble a few drops of peppermint oil into
the tea and add a teaspoon of white vinegar to the mixture. Next, make the hair moist with water and run
the mixture through the hair. As you are pouring the mixture, massage the
scalp at the same time, and continue massaging for about five minutes before washing off
with shampoo and conditioner. 20. Garlic. Garlic helps in dandruff treatment due to
its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. To benefit from this method, crush some cloves
of garlic and apply to the scalp. You can mix the crushed garlic with honey
if you cannot stand the pungent smell of garlic. Dandruff and its symptoms can be quite frustrating. And while there are many over-the-counter
anti-dandruff products, trying any of the natural remedies mentioned in this video will
surely bring relief to the problem. Don’t forget to like this video and click
the subscribe button below for research Based Home Remedies, Natural Health videos and motivational
tips. Remember To Click The Bell Icon To Be Notified
When We Upload New Videos. Follow Us On Facebook @naturalherbcures and
Twitter @ naturalherbcure and our official website at NaturalHealingGuides.com. Thanks for watching

DIY Indian Herbal Shampoo Recipe (Very Easy to Make!)

DIY Indian Herbal Shampoo Recipe (Very Easy to Make!)

Hi guys! So today I’m going to show you a new way how to wash your hair, and I’m absolutelyRead More DIY Indian Herbal Shampoo Recipe (Very Easy to Make!)

3 Quick And Easy Hairstyles For Greasy Hair

3 Quick And Easy Hairstyles For Greasy Hair

When my hair gets greasy or oily I like to keep it off my face, but look stylish at theRead More 3 Quick And Easy Hairstyles For Greasy Hair

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *