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    Dandruff- Stop Flaking

    Dandruff- Tips to stop Flaking

    Sometimes its’ good to be a little ‘flaky’. You know, a little offbeat. A little creative. It gives you character. Makes you unique – memorable. But if all that people remember about you is your flaking dandruff, your flakiness id off in the wrong direction.
    And you are not alone. Some hairdressers say dandruff is the single most common scalp complaint their patrons have. And dermatologists agree that virtually everyone has the problem to some degree.
    So if you’re just itching to get to the root of this head-scratching problem, listen to the hair experts.
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    Dandruff- Stop Flaking

    Dandruff Prevention- 18 tips to Stop Flaking

    Don’t ignore Dandruff- Whatever you do. Don’t ignore your dandruff or fall into a scratch and itch cycle. Ignoring the condition lets the scaling build up on your scalp. That in turn can cause itching, which can lead to scratching. Scratching too vigorously can wound the scalp and leave it open to infection.
    Shampoo Often- the experts are unanimous on this point: Wash your hair often- every day if necessary. Generally, the more frequently you shampoo, the easier it is to control the dandruff.
    Start mild- Often a mild, non-medicated shampoo is enough to control the problem. Dandruff is frequently caused by an overly oily scalp. Shampooing daily with a mild brand diluted with an equal amount of distilled water can control the oil without aggravating your scalp.
    Then get tough- If regular shampoos aren’t doing the job, switch to an anti dandruff formula. Dandruff shampoos are classified by their active ingredients, which work in different ways. Those with selenium sulfide or zinc pyrithione work fastest, retarding the rate which scalp cells multiply. Those with salicylic acid and sulfur loosen flakes so they can be washes away easily. Those with antibacterial agents cut down bacteria on the scalp and reduce the chance of infection. Those with tar retard cell growth.
    Beat the tar out of it- For very stubborn cases, I recommend tar-based formulas. Lather with the tar shampoo and then leave it on for 5 or 10 minutes so the tar has a chance to work. Most people rinse dandruff shampoos off too quickly. If you’ve avoided tar shampoos because you remember them as having unpleasant smells, be aware that many newer formulas are more pleasant.
    Don’t be too harsh- If tar-based shampoos-or any other dandruff preparations- are too harsh for everyday use, alternate them with your regular shampoo
    Don’t mix black with blond- If you have blond or sliver hair, you might want to think twice about tar-based shampoos. They can give light hair a brownish stain.
    Lather twice- Always lather twice with a dandruff shampoo. Work up the first lather as soon as you step into the shower so the shampoo has sufficient time to work. Leave it on until you’re just about finished with your shower. Then rinse. The second rinse will leave just a bit of the medication on your scalp so it can work until your next shampoo.
    Cap it- Still another approach to improving the effectiveness of medicated shampoos. After you lather up, put a shower cap on over your wet hair. Leave it on for an hour, then rinse as usual.
    Switch –hit- If you’ve found a brand of shampoo that works well for you, keep using it. Be aware, however that your skin can adapt to a shampoo’s ingredients, so you’d be wise to change your brand every few months to maintain its effectiveness.
    Massage it in- When shampooing gently massage your scalp with your fingertips to help loosen scales and flakes. But don’t scratch your scalp. That can lead to sores that are worse than the dandruff.
    Invest some extra thyme- Thyme is reputed to have mild antiseptic properties that can help alleviate dandruff. Make  an effective rinse by boiling 4 heaping tablespoons of dried thyme in 2 cups of water for 10 minutes. Strain the brew and allow it to cool. Pour half the mixture over clean damp hair, making sure the liquid covers the scalp. Massage in gently. Don’t rinse, save the remainder for another day.

     Dandruff Home Base Treatment Remedy

    1.Wash your hair with warm water only then take baking soda and add few drops of water in it to form a paste.Apply the paste on your scalp and massage with it for few minute,then rinse your hair with shampoo.

    2 Take reetha and soak it in water overnight In the morning, grind them and boil the powder in water. After that Strain it , Now add amla juice or powder to it and mix it. Apply the paste on scalp for 30 minutes and then rinse off with a shampoo.

    3.Take the juice of 4 raw lemon and apply the juice on your scalp massage with it gently and leave for 10-15 minutes rinse it with water repeat this once a week for better result.

    4.Take some methi seeds soak methi seeds in water overnight.Grind them into a paste also add apple cider vinegar to the paste and apply on your scalp and do the massage  for few minute after that leave it for 30 minutes,then rinse your hair with shampoo.

    5.Take some garlic then crushed the  garlic and add  honey  into it (to avoid bad smell) ,make a paste of it and Apply the paste on your scalp and massage with it for few minute,then rinse your hair with shampoo.

    6.Get the olive oil  and do the massage with 10 drops into your scalp and coverh  your hair with a shower cap overnight then rinse your hair with shampoo in the morning.

    7. Take a aloe vera and massage your scalp with it before shampooing.it will cure dandruff and itching .

    8.Take some coconut oil and lemon juice then mix coconut oil and  half the amount of lemon juice in it.apply   it on your scalp and massage for a few minutes.after that leave it for atleast 20 minute then rinse your hair with shampoo.repeat this remedy two to three times a week for better result.

    9.Take a white vinegar ,Add one-half cup of  white vinegar to two cups of water. Rinse your hair with this mixture after shampooing your hair.

    10.Take some neem leaves then Boil the neem leaves in four cups of water after that  Cool and strain the solution.then rinse your hair with this mixture after shampooing.







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