How To Get Rid Of Dandruff
Dandruff is a common skin condition that often affects the majority of us. It turns the scalp scaly, oily and greasy, often found in the form of white dried up flakes that wilt off, causing itchiness and discomfort in an individual. The white flakes are formed due to excessive dead cells that are shed from the scalp, which have fallen off prematurely.
How do you get rid of dandruff?
The good news is that dandruff can definitely be taken care of without needing to visit a specialist. The harder aspect of things is identifying why you have it. It can be anything from a change in weather: people are more prone to dandruff in dry and cold weather or it can be due to stress or lack of moisture and nutrients in the scalp.
Some people resort to excessive shampooing to get rid of dandruff, however, this can also trigger the risk of dandruff or increase it. Some shampoos tend to remove the moisture the scalp needs causing it to dry up and scale. The extensive shampoos wash off the nutrients that are required for the scalp. So picking the correct shampoo is significant. The shampoo should be mild whilst providing the scalp with moisture and nourishment. Frequent washing of hair with mild shampoo and brushing of hair also helps with dandruff. Milk, yogurt, Warm oil (Tea tree oil, coconut oil, olive oil, and Aloe Vera and Amla Oil) help in providing moisture for the hair and scalp.
Kesavardhini offers a two in one mild milk Shampoo and Conditioner. Milk provides moisture for the hair as it deeply conditions the hair with its naturally creamy viscosity. It contains vitamins A, C, E, and D all of which are much required for the hair. It soothes and hydrates the scalp and nourishes the hair with proteins and vitamins.
Heating up oil and applying on the head, sometimes helps to lessen dandruff. Oil gives sustenance to dry and brittle hair. Warm oil closes the hair cuticle which that is loose due to the secretion of sebum: the waxy substance emitted from the scalp. Oil also strengthens the hair follicles and makes it look thick and voluminous. Tea tree oil has anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties that will treat dandruff, olive oil deeply conditions the scalp and prevents damage of hair and reduces the irritation of the scalp, Coconut oil contains anti-microbial properties and helps in treating dandruff and also helps in hair growth. Kesavardhini’s Amla, Coconut, and natural plus oil, effectively nourishes and works towards promoting healthy hair.
Kesavardhini believes in using natural and organic resources to provide the care your hair deserves by providing the various natural benefits in our products. We hope that these methods help you to effectively fight dandruff and get thick, lustrous and resilient hair. We strongly recommend choosing the right product from our catalogue to get #HealthyHair.