Natural Home Remedies for Dandruff

Natural Home Remedies for Dandruff

 

Natural home remedies for dandruff by using egg whites, lemon juice and margosa leaves:

Ingredients:
2 egg whites
Lemon juice
Margosa leaves

Process:
Crush 2 egg whites
Mix 4 table spoon of lemon juice
Mix well
Apply on scalp
Leave it for ½ hour
Crush a handful of margosa leaves
Soak this paste in ½ L water
Mix well
Wash hair with this water followed by plain water

Natural home remedies for dandruff by using coconut oil and camphor:

Ingredients:
Coconut oil
Camphor

Process:

Heat 4 table spoon of coconut oil
Add 1 piece of camphor while it’s heating
Mix well
Massage on scalp when lukewarm before bedtime
Leave it overnight

Natural home remedies for dandruff by using neem:

Ingredients:
¼ cup neem juice, coconut milk and beetroot juice
1 tsp coconut oil

Process:

Mix all the ingredients together and massage the pack into the scalp.
Wash it after 20 minutes with a herbal shampoo and conditioner.
Do this once a week to see results. Click to reap in other beauty benefits of neem.

Natural home remedies for dandruff by using baking soda:

Ingredients:
2 tea spoon baking soda
Few drops of water

Process:
Wash your hair with warm water.
Add a few drops of water in baking soda to form a paste.
Apply it on your scalp and massage it for a few minutes.
Rinse your hair with plain water or shampoo. Here are more ways to use baking soda as a beauty ingredient.

Natural home remedies for dandruff by using aloe vera gel:

Ingredients:
5 table spoon aloe vera gel

Process:
You can either scoop out gel from aloe plant or use gel sold in drugstores.
Simply massage it on your scalp and let it stay for 30 minutes.
Make sure your hair isn’t oiled.
Wash with plain water or mild shampoo.
People who have dry, frizzy hair can simply do away with washing it off too for a day.

Disclaimer: The information provided here is for educational purposes only, and should not be used to diagnose and treat diseases. If you have a serious health problem, we recommend that you consult a competent health practitioner.
Always consult with a qualified health practitioner before deciding on any course of treatment, especially for serious or life-threatening illnesses.

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