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7 Hacks to Get Rid of Dandruff at Home In Winter
7 Hacks to Get Rid of Dandruff at Home In Winter

7 Hacks to Get Rid of Dandruff at Home In Winter

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According to the study by The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), dandruff affects up to 50% of the population. Winters can make the skin rough and dry, as well as the hair itchy, frizzy, and prone to dandruff. This is because we sweat less during the colder months, leading to a constant moisture imbalance. While there are several over-the-counter dandruff treatments available, but DIY natural treatments can be just as effective.

Here are 7 hacks to get rid of dandruff at home in winter naturally.

  1. Vinegar

Vinegar can be used to treat itchy, dry skin as well as to eliminate fungus and bacteria that cause dandruff. The acidic element of vinegar is effective in reducing flaking. A perfect home remedy is to put an equal amount of white vinegar with water on the scalp skin around half an hour before a head wash.

  1. Baking Soda

Baking soda is excellent to cleansethe scalp and regulates the pH balance. Simply mix a teaspoon into your shampoo before washing your hair. For optimal results, you'll need to stick to this practice for roughly a week.

  1. Aloe Vera

Aloe vera gel has a variety of medicinal effects and is easily available at stores or cultivated at home.According to NCBI, aloe vera has the potential to seal in moisture and encourage healing, as well as minimize irritation and itching caused by dandruff. Because of its antibacterial and antifungal qualities, it is useful in the treatment of dermatitis and dandruff.

 

7 Hacks to Get Rid of Dandruff at Home In Winter

  1. Coconut and Lime Juice

Coconut oil's hydrating qualities and lime juice's acidic pH are ideal for winter dandruff. Lime juice washes the scalp and includes citric acid, which helps to balance the pH of the scalp.  This prevents growth of the dandruff fungus. Coconut oil hydrates the scalp and hair strands, keeping them healthy and lustrous.

  1. Garlic

Garlic, indeed! Although its pungent odor may put some people off, its medicinal potential cannot be underestimated. Garlic contains anti-fungal qualities, thus it can be used to treat dandruff. Pound a clove or two of garlic and apply it to your scalp after mixing it with water for immediate effects. If you can't stand the stench, try mixing it with some honey and ginger.

  1. Eggs Yolks

To get rid of dandruff with egg yolk, take one or two egg yolks and massage them into your scalp. Wrap your hair in plastic wrap and wash after an hour. Shampoo your hair thoroughly to achieve lustrous, dandruff-free hair.

  1. Fenugreek

Fenugreek (methi) seeds are excellent for removing dandruff. All you have to do is soak one tablespoon of methi seeds in two cups of boiling water overnight and then roughly grind it in. To get rid of dandruff, strain the water and use it as a rinse.

Homeopathic treatment

According to a study published on Researchgate, homeopathic medicine takes a comprehensive approach to treating seborrheic dermatitis. Homeopathic treatments are extremely successful at treating dandruff while causing no adverse effects.

Homeopathy takes an individualized holistic approach, and efficiently treats the underlying causes of dandruff or dry scalp, such as thyroid disease or mental stress, hence preventing hair loss caused by dandruff or a dry scalp.

Dr Batra's® Healthcare has successfully treated over 1.4 million patients for various conditions including dandruff. At Dr Batra’s® Healthcare, our team of homeopathic specialists creates a tailored dandruff treatment plan based on the medical science of homeopathy. For the patient's overall health, we provide homeopathic medications also lifestyle, dandruff management, and hair care guidance.