Saturday, February 8, 2014

Treat Your Dry Scalp With The Best Home Remedies

Suffering from a dry scalp? Aren't we all! 'Tis the season, right ladies? If you have no idea whether you are suffering from a dry scalp, just think about these two things; are you scratching your head and are you seeing dandruff in your hair or after brushing? Yes to either one of those, and you need some dry scalp treatment.

The first thing that you need to do is give yourself some hardcore deep hair and scalp treatment. It's basically like giving your conditioner steroids, or in better words, it's absolutely incredible!  Whether you have an intense rehydrating hair care cream, or want to go the more natural route by whipping something up in the kitchen, this will immediately soothe the itch and start adding the moisture back into your scalp to deter the flakes. Here are 3 of the best home remedies that you can mix up right now to get your scalp back to the way it should be.

Eggs and Olive Oil
If you are making a natural product from home, include some eggs as they and rich in the nutrients your hair is craving. Add in some olive oil and a little bit of water and mix them all together until it has a consistency that will coat your hair and not drip straight out of it. Keep it in your hair for 15 minutes and then rinse with warm water thoroughly.

Mayo Madness
Mayonnaise is mainly made up from eggs and oil, so if you don't want to actually make your concoction, grab a jar of this white stuff. Mayo also has vinegar in it, which will disinfect any fungus or bacteria that may be causing your dry scalp, allowing it to heal faster.  All you have to do is mix 1/2 cup of mayo into your dry hair, and massage it thoroughly into your hair before covering it with a shower wrap for 15 minutes. Then, rinse as normal and wash your hair.

Add in Oil With Oil... Duh
Your scalp is itchy because it is lacking the oils that you need to keep it hydrated. So naturally, mixing up some oils is one of the best dry scalp treatments. I do recommend coconut oil or olive oil - Whatever you have will work.  Warm some oil in a saucepan for 30 seconds before applying it to your scalp. Of course, making sure that it isn't hot prior to lathering your hair with it. Try to apply it to your hair in sections and clip them up to keep them from hitting your face. No one likes zits. Cover your hair with a plastic wrap or shower cap and let it stand for 30 minutes.

For all of these home remedies, be sure to massage thoroughly into the scalp because that is what is causing the problem - not your actual hair strands.

If this all seems like too much trouble, you can easily go out and purchase a dry scalp product to receive the same results.

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