Hair Treatment for Women to Prevent Dandruff

Hair, they said, is the beauty of a woman. As it is known that women love and cherish their hair, especially those that are blessed with long hair. But unfortunately, they are sometimes faced with some challenges that even brings frustration. One of the challenges is dandruff.

Dandruff is a condition of the scalp that causes flakes of skin to appear. It is often accompanied by itching and caused when the hair is not regularly washed or brushed.

In other to tackle the issue, various types of treatment can be used.

Types of Hair Treatment

  • Natural treatment
  • Artificial treatment

Natural Treatment:

The natural treatment involve the use of honey, sunlight and onion juice.

Honey:

Most of us are familiar with honey; the sweet, syrupy product of bee pollination. A common ingredient in both sweet and savory recipes, it has also long been used as a therapeutic ingredient in traditional medicine.

Honey is a popular natural hair ingredient because of its many dermatological benefits.

Keeping your scalp healthy is a necessary part of having healthy hair. Buildup from dirt, oil, or even hair products can make this difficult.

You can use honey in scalp treatments to clean your scalp and alleviate conditions such as dandruff and dermatitis. It also has moisturizing benefits for both the hair and the scalp.

Sunlight:

A little exposure to sunlight can be helpful.

Onion juice

Onion is a safe, natural, and affordable home remedy that can be great for your hair. Many people have reported that it improves thickness, stimulates growth, and even regenerates new growth when dealing with hair loss.
Onion juice may be effective for hair loss in some instances. It may also restore luster and shine. Onion juice could also prevent premature graying of hair and treat dandruff.

Artificial Treatment:

Artificial treatment of dandruff includes the use Anti -dandruff shampoo and conditioning in washing the hair. Proper drying of the hair after washing also help to reduce dandruff.

Additionally, managing stress can trigger dandruff in some people, so managing it better can reduce symptoms.


How do you manage dandruff on your hair? Care to share with me in the comments?


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