Dandruff being one of the leading hair problems facing many people throughout the world today has always been a pain. Most people find that while there are many temporary solutions, if you don’t keep up on them the dandruff will return full force. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean it has to be big changes when it comes to getting rid of dandruff. In fact, getting rid of dandruff can be done in just a few minor adjustments. It doesn’t have to be grueling or even inconvenient, it can be as simple as switching your shampoo and practicing a few good grooming habits.
The most obvious and best way is the first step, which is finding shampoos that work for you. Usually any shampoo containing zinc pyrithione as an active ingredient as well as selenium sulfide should suffice, just look for shampoos made for those with dandruff. Grab two different brands, and each month rotate which one you use, this way your hair doesn’t become immune to either one of them, and with your next purchase try another brand if you weren’t happy with the results. Remember, while washing you should scrub the scalp with all five fingertips of each hand, pretend you’re giving yourself a massage. This way, everything gets loose and cleaned off with a greater ease. It may take a couple of washes to show improvement, but getting rid of dandruff is tricky, and can be difficult.
There are also various different home remedies, but whatever you try make sure you read up on it first. Most importantly, don’t scratch and dig at your scalp, this can cause bleeding and open wounds that could get infected if left unnoticed. In addition to these changes, any time you sweat a lot – whether it be from working out or just plain working make sure to wash your hair as soon as possible. This can keep the scalp cleaner and healthier.
Source by Nancy Omritoi