Do you have dandruff?
When the weather gets really really cold, my skin cracks.
And my hair gets those white flakes.
And they are not snowflakes, too…
Do you get dandruff, too?
And do you want to remove your dandruff fast and naturally?
- climate or weather change – like, it could be really cold then really really warm or just coooold like the weather we are having now, or
- psoriasis or eczema.
So, do I have dandruff or my scalp is just dry?
Treat Your Hair Before Shampooing
Treat your hair before you shampoo by massaging your favorite mask or essential oil or herbal treatment and leaving it on for about 20-30 minutes to make the nourishing ingredients of the mask/oil/treatment to full saturate your dry scalp. This will help your become softer, manageable, and shiny.
I personally use all-natural virgin coconut oil like Nature’s Way Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil which I get from Amazon.
Here’s another one I love (except for the smell ):
Apple Cider Vinegar
- Mix 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar with 3 cups water.
- Put your solution into a spray bottle.
- Spray scalp with the solution.
- Let the solution stay for 30 minutes.
The benefits of using this ACV mixture are the following:
- Relieves embarrassing skin and scalp conditions like psoriasis, dermatitis, and dandruff.
- Removes product build-up, resulting to a
- Clean, shiny, pH-balanced hair.
Have you used over-the-counter dandruff shampoos and felt some minty feeling on your skin and scalp. This could probable be because of peppermint oil.
Here in the Philippines, way before we had shampoos, our Lolas / abuelas (grandmothers) have been using coconut oil and gugo shampoo for their silk smooth dark hair.
Bentonite clay draws dirt and impurities from the hair and scalp, with the special effect of hydrating the hair.
If inflammation Bentonite clay is known to draw dirt and impurities from the hair and scalp, without drying the hair of its natural oils. It can the perfect solution to hydrate the sebaceous glands that are core due build up.
What to Do If Your Dandruff / Dry Scalp Persist