8 Easy Ways To Fix Your Dandruff Disaster

Are you looking for assistance with an unexpected dandruff problem?
Here are 8 simple strategies that I’ve always used to get rid of my dandruff.

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Dandruff happens to everyone at least one time or another, and it’s one of our greatest anxieties.

Seasons are changing and your head is becoming increasingly itchy with each passing day. When you begin to notice white flakes in the mirror, it will alarm you.

It sucks being self-cautious about dandruff especially when you think everyone is staring at you during a public outing.

But don’t panic; with just a few tips, we’ll help you transform your hair back to normal!

1. CBD Oil

CBD has anti-inflammatory characteristics that can help with irritation on the scalp, such as eczema. Irritation and patchy flaking of the skin on the scalp can impede hair growth and, in severe cases, lead to early baldness. CBD oil interacts with cannabinoid receptors on the scalp to modulate immune system function. It reduces hair loss and soothes skin inflammation in certain regions.

CBD interacts with natural sebum (oil) levels in the scalp, reducing dandruff and dry scalp conditions. It also has antibacterial qualities, which help prevent dandruff-causing scalp infections. It treats dry scalp spots and promotes scalp health. Hair products, such as conditioners and hair spray, can also produce a pH imbalance, causing hair loss. CBD oil has cleaning characteristics that help encourage hair growth by removing deposits and debris from the scalp.

But, don’t worry, we will turn your dandruff filled hair back to luscious locks, if you need help picking out which products to use you can easily take a look at the 7 Best CBD Hair Products.

2. Baking Soda

Baking soda just might be your new best friend. By far the easiest method to apply baking soda is to simply mix two tablespoons of baking soda with warm water and slather that all over you hair. Leave it on for five minutes and rinse off. Within two days, you will see improvement but I would recommend keeping it up for two weeks to see maximum results.

3. Coconut Oil

What is there that coconut oil can’t do? Apply your coconut oil to your scalp after heating it. Wrap your hair in a towel or shower cap and massage the oil into your scalp in a delicate circular motion. It’s best to leave it on overnight and then shampoo it off in the morning. To see effects, do this three times a week for a month.

4. Salt

To get rid of dandruff on your head, we’re going to use salt as a natural exfoliant. Simply massage over the head with a mixture of salt and olive oil (obviously more salt than olive oil). For 5 minutes, do this. After rinsing, take some time to unwind.

5. Garlic

This is a good option if you aren’t planning on seeing anyone for a while because it does smell lol… but it will get the job done! One garlic clove should be crushed and mixed with water. Rinse with shampoo after massaging it into your scalp. If you don’t want the garlic to smell, add some honey to the water and garlic mixture. It should cover up the smell!

6. Olive Oil

This will hydrate your scalp and eliminate the dryness that produces so much dandruff. Warm the olive oil gently before massaging it into the scalp. Take a warm towel from your dryer and wrap it around your head. Then leave it on for a minimum of 45 minutes and after… shampoo and conditioner should be used to rinse.

7. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar’s acidity heals dry skin while also preventing fungal growth. Apply a mixture of equal parts vinegar and water on your scalp before showering. Allow 30 minutes for it to sit on your head before washing it off in the shower.

8. Aspirin

Okay, I know this is going to sound weird lol… but… trust me it works. Start by crushing up and mixing two aspirins with water and apply it to your scalp. Let it sit for at least two to three minutes. The reason why this works is because aspirin contains salicylic acid, it inhibits the growth of dandruff. (Lol, imagine being at home and your relatives or friends saw you doing this :p hahaha.)

People can buy aspirin in pharmacies and online.

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