Vegan Health

5 Natural Vegan Cures For Dandruff

I’m going to admit something that is very painful for me. I have a dandruff problem. And it’s really bad in the winter time!

When you search for vegan shampoos and hair products it’s just more difficult when you also need one that helps with dandruff. A few months ago I decided to just keep using the vegan shampoo I love and find something natural to treat my dandruff with. Hair care is very personal to people. Once someone finds a shampoo or conditioner they love then they stick with it! And the same is true for people who love vegan shampoos. I loved mine, but it didn’t help with the dandruff.

Finally I found 5 things out of the 12 I tried that seemed to work. I’m including those 5 in this article. All 5 worked for me to one degree or another. But number 4 worked best of all. And in addition to working for dandruff it leaves my hair smelling amazing!

 

Tea Tree Oil Add just a few drops to your bottle of vegan shampoo and it could cure or greatly reduce your dandruff. Studies show that shampoos that are 5% Tea Tree Oil have a dramatic effect on dandruff
Tea Tree Oil (1)
Add just a few drops to your bottle of vegan shampoo and it could cure or greatly reduce your dandruff. Studies show that shampoos that are 5% Tea Tree Oil have a dramatic effect on dandruff

 

Baking Soda After wetting your hair put a handful of baking soda on your scalp and massage it in. Let it sit a couple of minutes and rinse it out. Baking soda kills fungi that can cause dandruff! After doing this for a few weeks you will notice your hair becomeing softer and flake free! (Your hair will dry out some before it gets better)
Baking Soda (2)
After wetting your hair put a handful of baking soda on your scalp and massage it in. Let it sit a couple of minutes and rinse it out. Baking soda kills fungi that can cause dandruff! After doing this for a few weeks you will notice your hair becoming softer and flake free! (Your hair will dry out some before it gets better)

 

Apple Cider Vinegar The acidity of Appple Cider Vinegar is supposed to change the acidity of your scalp making it hard for yeast and funji to grow. Use a spray bottle to spray it on your scalp. Let it sit for for 30 minutes while wrapped in a towel. Wash your hair as normal. Do this a couple of times a week.
Apple Cider Vinegar (3)
The acidity of Apple Cider Vinegar is supposed to change the acidity of your scalp making it hard for yeast and fungi to grow. Use a spray bottle to spray it on your scalp. Let it sit for 30 minutes while wrapped in a towel. Wash your hair as normal. Do this a couple of times a week.

 

Coconut Oil Thousands of people swear by Coconut Oil as something that will not only cure your dandruff, but it leaves your hair smelling great too! Massage 4 Tablespoons of it on your scalp and let it set for an hour. Shampoo normally and repeat several times a week.
Coconut Oil (4)
Thousands of people swear by Coconut Oil as something that will not only cure your dandruff, but it leaves your hair smelling great too! Massage 4 Tablespoons of it on your scalp and let it set for an hour. Shampoo normally and repeat several times a week.

 

Lemon Take 2 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice and massage it into your scalp. Rinse with water then repeat. Do this daily until your dandruff is gone!

Lemon (5)
Take 2 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice and massage it into your scalp. Rinse with water then repeat. Do this daily until your dandruff is gone!

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Sources

(1) Home Remedies

(2) Live Strong

(3) Health Ambition

(4) Health Ambition

(5) Wise Geek

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