The Causes Of Dandruff And Prevention Naturally

Having dandruff is certainly very unpleasant. This condition often makes us not confident and not free to wear dark colored clothes. In addition, dandruff also makes our hair itch and make our behavior a little embarrassing because we often scratching the head. Dandruff can occur due to dry scalp, inflammation of the scalp, the buildup of dead skin cells to the head, and also the result of a fungus on the scalp known as malasseiza. This fungus can break down oil glands that are on the scalp and make it as food.

 

Then, malapasiza mushrooms will produce fatty acid products that can make the scalp become itchy and easy to dry to form dandruff.

Many shampoos are offered on the market to remove dandruff. However, not infrequently the shampoo even make the scalp become sensitive and irritated. If your scalp is a sensitive one, you should try some natural ways to remove dandruff below:

Lemon juice

Lemon has a level of acidity that can help keep the pH of the scalp to keep it balanced. This will prevent the fungus from living on the scalp and producing dandruff. In addition, lemon also acts as an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agent that can directly kill the fungus that causes dandruff.

Baking soda

You can use baking soda to do scrubbing on your scalp. It is intended to peel and remove dead scalp cells so as not to accumulate and form dandruff. In addition, baking soda can also inhibit the growth of fungus on the scalp and prevent scalp from experiencing itching.

Baking soda will make hair feel drier at first, but after a few weeks your scalp will again produce oil that will make your hair soft again and free of dandruff.

Apple vinegar

Many studies have proven that apple vinegar can help eliminate dandruff in hair. This solution has an acidic properties that can change the pH of the scalp so it can not be occupied by the fungus that causes dandruff. Apple vinegar can also help relieve itching on the head and

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil can help remove dandruff from your hair because of its ability to inhibit the growth of fungus on the scalp. In addition coconut oil is also rich in vitamin E that can nourish and maintain healthy scalp and your hair.

Aloe vera

Aloe vera is a plant that has a myriad of benefits such as eliminating acne and overcoming dandruff on the scalp. Aloe vera can remove dead scalp cells and can also kill fungi that may nest on your scalp. In addition, aloe vera gel has a cold effect that can relieve itching and inflammation of the scalp.

Yoghurt

You can use yoghurt to remove dandruff because of its acidic properties that can kill the fungus that causes dandruff. In addition, yoghurt can also give tenderness to your hair and make your hair more radiant.

Onion

Onions have the ability to kill fungi and bacteria that cause dandruff in the hair. However, not many like this way because the smell of onions are quite sharp, but this way is powerful enough in eliminating dandruff.

Olive oil

Olive oil can work in removing dandruff in the hair while preventing dry scalp. In addition, vitamin E in olive oil can maintain healthy scalp and also your hair.

Lavender oil extract

Lavender oil extract has a function similar to olive oil that eliminates dandruff and keeps the scalp moist. In addition, lavender oil can also reduce the itching caused due to dandruff.

Tomatoes

One of the causes of dandruff is the pH imbalance on the scalp, making it a perfect growth site for the fungus that causes dandruff. Therefore, tomatoes can be one solution to eliminate dandruff because its acid content can rebalance the pH of the scalp.

Ginger

Ginger is often used as a natural remover of dandruff because it has the ability to overcome the inflammation of the scalp that can lead to dandruff and inhibit the growth of fungi. In addition, ginger is also efficacious in improving circulation in the scalp to trigger new hair growth.

After you successfully eliminate dandruff in one of the ways above, you should also pay attention to tips to prevent the return of the following dandruff:

1. Diligently comb your hair with a good comb

A good comb means comfortable to use, not hard, and does not hurt the scalp to peel and form dandruff. In addition to making hair neat, combing can also improve circulation in the scalp that stimulates hair growth.

2. Routine washing hair

Wash your hair (shampoo) regularly 2 days to remove dead skin cells on the scalp. If you use a conditioner, be sure to apply it not to the scalp but given a distance of + 2cm from the base of the hair. This is so that the remaining conditioner does not stick to the scalp and accumulate into dandruff.

3. Avoid using hairspray too often

In addition to making hair dry, hairspray contains particles that can be left on the hair and cause dandruff. Therefore, immediately wash your hair after you finish wearing hairspray.

4. Limit the use of hair dryer

Hair dryer releases heat that can make hair and scalp become dry. This will make your scalp easy to peel and form dandruff. If you do have to use a hair dryer, set the heat to a minimum temperature and if you need enough heat to blow your hair, make sure the heat from the hair dryer does not lead directly to your scalp.

5. Keep your head occasionally exposed to sunlight and free air

Your head should be occasionally exposed to sunlight and free air so that the fungus can not develop properly on your scalp. Wear a hat if it is really necessary. However, you also need to be careful because the heat of the sun is too hot can make your scalp dry quickly.

Some ways and tips on eliminating dandruff are naturally described above. Keep your scalp and hair always in a healthy condition and hopefully your hair is free from stubborn dandruff.