Tackling dandruff during monsoon

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Dandruff
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Beautiful as the rains may be, they bring along nasty hair problems. You will find hair trouble become more frequent during rainy season especially if you’re dealing with dandruff. Hair care during monsoon becomes a tough task and one of the most common woes during the rainy season is dandruff. From using a diet low in sugar and high in antioxidants to opting for light conditioner can help in getting rid of such problems, Wedding Affair brings to you anything and everything you need to know to combat dandruff.

What Exactly Is Dandruff?

Dandruff is a common hair problem which causes the scalp to become very dry and itchy. Your scalp may shed flakes of dead skin cells which are called dandruff. While some amount of flaking is normal, you should worry when the scalp is always itchy and you see clumps of dead skin cells.

Causes Of Dandruff

The causes could be anything from a too dry or too greasy scalp and sensitivity to hair products to skin conditions and not cleaning the scalp enough. In many cases. It could be malassezia, a common fungus that contributes to the build-up of dandruff. If the condition persists for a long time, visit a dermatologist.

Simple Tips To Keep Dandruff At Bay

Use an effective anti-dandruff shampoo specially formulated with active ingredients such as zinc pyrithione or piroctone olamine, which control the fungus and yeasts. Such a shampoo can be used as often as required. Once, twice or even thrice weekly. Combine it with a mild conditioner formulated for greasy hair. You can also skip the conditioner if you don’t need it.

It is important to keep the scalp dry. In case your hair gets wet in the rain, make sure you wash it thoroughly with a mild cleanser and use a conditioner thereafter. Remember to dry your hair completely before leaving the house. Don’t tie wet or damp hair as it can increase the chance of bacteria making a breeding ground on your scalp. If you have oily hair, just opt for a light conditioner that is suited for limp and oily hair. The trick is to pick the right product. The conditioner should be applied to the hair ends and not on the scalp. Application on the scalp may increase dandruff, especially during monsoon.

Recognise your severity. If you are suffering more than moderate flaking and itching, be sure to find the right product. There are products that include intensive solutions targeted at severe dandruff sufferers. Do visit a dermatologist if the problem persists. A diet low in sugar and high in antioxidants will reduce inflammation and could help in controlling dandruff.

Some Home Remedies To Fight Dandruff

Mix a few drops of essential oils like tea tree oil and rosemary oil with carrier oils like coconut or olive and massage onto your scalp. Do this once a week or whenever your scalp gets dry. Another tip to fight dandruff in monsoon is to squeeze out a whole lemon and mix the juice with coconut oil. Apply it on your scalp an hour before bathing to let the ingredients get to work.

Mix curd and a paste of soaked fenugreek seeds in equal quantities. Apply it as a hair mask to help get rid of dandruff. If you’re up for something quick, unusual but effective ways to get rid of dandruff, try this. Crush two tablets of aspirin and mix this with a small amount of shampoo. Apply it to your hair, leave for a few minutes and rinse.

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