Homemade Tips For Dandruff

Written by Team BBJun 19, 2017
Homemade tips for dandruff
Dandruff is a common problem but the solution might not be as simple as we think. Getting rid of dandruff involves a change in a haircare as well as regular routine and the dedication to follow it through. If you’ve been plagued by a scaly scalp and are looking for effective, homemade remedies to deal with dandruff, you’ve come to the right place…

Invest in a good shampoo

First and foremost, double check your haircare routine. Are you using the right shampoo? If you’ve been looking for a cure for dandruff for a long time, we suggest investing in the Clear Complete Active Care Anti-Dandruff Shampoo. It has an effective nutrium oil complex formulation that shields the scalp and hair against hair damage and helps to get rid of greasiness, itchiness and dandruff over time.


Make a citrusy pal out of this wonder fruit. Lemon helps you lose weight, do tequila shots, and if that wasn’t enough, it helps you fight dandruff. Take half a lemon and apply the juice all over your scalp and wet hair. Leave it on for about five minutes. Then rinse. Repeat this twice a week over the course of a few months to start seeing results.


Similar to lemon, vinegar too will take you one step closer to dandruff-free hair. Add about 5 ml of vinegar to half a bucket of lukewarm water and use it to rinse your hair after you have washed your tresses with a mild shampoo. Follow this ritual twice a week.


This one comes out from your daadima ke nushkey book. Boil 4 neem leaves in half a cup of water. Leave it overnight. Then wash your hair with the neem water. You can use your regular shampoo after this step. Do this every alternate day.

There you have it—five home remedies to get rid of that unsightly dandruff.

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