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Home Remedies For Dry Scalp

Updated on May 2, 2011


Home Remedies For Dry Scalp are needed when other treatments have not worked. As common as it might sound, dry scalp is still one of the most bothersome problems people have to deal with especially during the winter months. This is one condition people have to deal with no matter what their gender, age or social status is.

Failure to successfully treat a dry scalp can obviously result to aesthetic woes. At the same time, it can also lead to embarrassing situations and the development of equally upsetting habits as well, which is why we should use effective Home Remedies For Dry Scalp when symptoms appear.

For most of us, getting a dry scalp is not a really huge health problem and is usually left untreated. In most cases individuals use products that are full of harsh chemicals to try and remove their dry scalp.

Statistics show that the usage of these types of shampoos can cause more problems , increasing the severity of your itch.Home remedies for dry scalp is an effective way to clear up the condition and is a more natural approach for better results.


Home Remedies For Dry Scalp
Home Remedies For Dry Scalp

When you see the first signs of a dry scalp, you must firstly check the hair products that you are using. This may be the cause of your dandruff, so try changing to another brand of shampoo.

Vitamins such as vitamin B and C and a balanced diet of fruit and vegetables have been known to help. Eating healthy foods can help a dry scalp and prevent further problems. Having a balanced diet can prevent further occurrences of a dry scalp.

A diet high in Vitamin E can moisturize your skin from the inside of your body, which can help you if you suffer from very dry skin including on the scalp. Try to include foods such as almonds, blue berries and tomatoes which are very high in Vitamin E. These types of home remedies for dry scalp are very effective.

Aloe Vera Juice is effective in moisturizing the scalp and reducing symptoms of a itchy or dry scalp. Add about 1 Teaspoon of Aloe Vera Juice to the scalp and massage gently. You can easily find this juice from your super market or local health food store and make sure that is 100% Aloe Vera Juice which does not contain any sugar.

Always try to use shampoo or conditioner's that contain natural ingredients and avoid products that contain too many chemicals and preservatives.

If you want a little help from nature, using a Dandruff Remedy such as extracts from tea tree oil, lemon, lavender, chamomile and jojoba. They contain properties that would not only ease your dry scalp but they would also help cure other hair issues. You can make an effective home remedy without spending too much money.

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