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Home Remedies for Dandruff and Itchy Scalp You Already Have

When dandruff knocks on your shoulder, you can forget about that gorgeous black coat you bought, or that black shirt you wear at work, also that black sweater you love on Sunday lazy days. Having dandruff sucks.

So today, I’d like to give you a short and simple home remedies for dandruff and itchy scalp that I’m sure you have in your kitchen drawer…well, actually there’s only one you need to know – because it works.

Dandruff is very common and you can find loads of fiction literature surrounding it.

Most of times you will find out that dandruff is caused by being dirty because you don’t wash your hair properly (or with proper products) and then on the other hand over-washing your hair, poor diet, dry/ oily scalp, cold weather, stress, over-styling..

If you have problems with dandruff, then you know none of the curing recipes written above works..but here’s what does work on itchy scalp and dandruff.

The truth why we get dandruff is because one microscopic yeast-like fungus, called Malassezia.

Malassezia is a every-day inhabitant on your scalp but in low numbers, that’s ok. Malassezia feeds on follicles oils and that’s ok as well. However, sometimes they go wild and overgrow the expecting, healthy numbers. The every-day feeding becomes a scalp-wide feast and your scalp gets irritated (that’s why it’s so itchy and annoying). Excessive shedding of scalp is its defense mechanism – scalp shed more than usual because it tries to get rid of fungus. And that is what we call dandruff.

All you need is a jar of organic, pure Coconut oil. Coconut Oil

is a deep moisturizer, it helps recondition dry hair from inside out (because it is rich in lauric acid, acpric acid and Vitamin E)..and it’s edible + nutricious, so if not already, you can try and cook on it (it’s one of those healthy fats your body needs).

But most importantly it has anti-fungal properties = The overly spread fungus on you scalp will die because of Coconut oil.

So you have your dandruff and you have your Coconut oil. What next?

Apply it to your scalp, massage it for a minute and two and leave it on for a few hours. It doesn’t really matter when you do it, so do it when you can slob around your house

Then take a not-so-hot shower to wash it off. It is important that you don’t use hot, hot water because it can dry out your scalp. Further more, avoid blow dryers or and kinds of hot temperature hair machinery.

How often you’ll do the Coconut vs. Dandruff treatment is up to you; I suggest you do it before your scalp gets itchy. I don’t have any problems with dandruff but still use Coconut oil on a weekly basis because it gives my hair shine and softness.

If you have any questions about Coconut oil or would like to offer any insights you have gotten fighting dandruff over the years (from your personal experiences), please leave a comment below.  I would love to hear all about it!

Home Remedies for Dandruff and Itchy Scalp You Already Have

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