Nothing worsens with time like dandruff. It is one of those things that doesn't go away on its own but instead, piles up more and more. It is a clear sign of a lack of nourishment in your scalp. Even though you might be generous amounts of hair oil, dandruff is indication that none of it is being able to actually taking care of your scalp. Dandruff issues can arise due to excessive hair washing, not washing your hair enough or because of the shampoo you are using. When most of the cosmetic beauty products fail to help, it is time to try a home remedy, yoghurt. Yoghurt is made by the bacterial fermentation of milk. This kitchen essential is also quite the beauty prerequisite. Its list of benefits is unending and it is time that you avail yourself of them using this brilliant life-changing ingredient.
Simply Yoghurt
 

Simply Yoghurt

Shampoos are too mainstream a solution when it comes to dandruff-causing bacteria. Apply yoghurt to your scalp and to the regions having dandruff. Once your scalp and hair are entirely covered by the mask, wait for 30 minutes. Let the mixture dry. After drying you can wash the yoghurt off with warm water. Not only will this trick help reduce dandruff but it also gives your hair a shiny texture due to its nourishing properties.
 

Yoghurt and lemon
 

Yoghurt and lemon

Lemon has citric acid in it while yoghurt has lactic acid as its main component. When a mixture a lemon and yoghurt is applied to your scalp, its acidic properties help in reducing dandruff considerably. Apply the mixture to your scalp and wait till it dries off. You can then wash it off with lukewarm water.

Yoghurt and eggs
 

Yoghurt and eggs

Yoghurt and eggs have nourishing qualities which help the scalp to regain and retain moisture, eventually getting rid of the dandruff. This mixture should be applied to the scalp and to the hair tips, as it prevents hair thinning and split-ends as well.
 

Yoghurt and gram flour
 

Yoghurt and gram flour

A mixture of yoghurt and gram flour helps in limiting flaky dead cells and dandruff. This mixture may have a thicker consistency, depending on the quality of your yoghurt. To turn it into a thinner paste, you can add extra coconut oil to the mixture which will also give you better results.

Yoghurt and Vinegar
 

Yoghurt and Vinegar

Yoghurt and vinegar is an acidic mixture consisting of lactic and acetic acid. This mixture is extremely effective in treating dandruff as it has a high concentration of acids in it. Being a liquid mixture, you can apply it drop by drop to all the areas of your scalp, and then wait for 30 minutes before washing your hair.