Is hair care regime to be blamed for Dandruff?
Imagine this: You are going out for dinner with a couple of friends and suddenly notice some white flakes building up on the top of your head! Of all the things that scare you, we think dandruff is the worse hair problem that just doesn’t seem to go away, leaving you in embarrassing social situations. While there can be many reasons for dandruff ranging from stress to medical problem; there is one that goes unnoticed; Hair care regime.
Here we will help you with some handy tips to either add or eliminate from your hair care regime:
· Inadequate combing: Believe us, it’s important!
Brushing your hair helps to stimulate your scalp and get rid of dead skin cells. It also helps to increase blood flow to your hair and scalp. Hence ladies, invest in a good wide-toothed comb and brush out your hair at least twice a day.
· Infrequent shampooing or too much shampooing
Yes, both too much or too less of cleansing can lead to dandruff. While not washing your hair enough creates residue of dead skin cells and oil on your scalp; washing too much strips your hair of its moisture and essential oil and over dries your hair. Both lead to dandruff and an itchy scalp.
· Excessive Hair Product
We all want silky smooth hair like we see in salon posters but salon treated hair are overloaded with chemicals which damage the hair and scalp. We understand your need for smooth manageable hair, nobody wants to be boring but opt for natural hair products instead and use even those in moderation. Most chemicals present in hair products can lead to dandruff.
Besides these daily hair care processes which we perform in order to keep our hair healthy, clean and shiny – there are certain medical factors which affect overall hair health and triggers dandruff problem. Few of them are acne, alcohol addiction, depression, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, etc.
Also Read: Dandruff and Hair loss – What’s the link?
For DIY-ers out there, we must tell you that - be very careful while using the home remedies. Nt necessary that they would work for you. Even if your condition gets treated well, it may recur after some time. This is because – home remedies, conventional treatments or ointments do not tackle the hair problems from their root cause. These remedies may temporarily mask the symptoms of hair loss and dandruff, but can’t give you a permanent cure.
But you need not worry – if nothing works, remember that Homeopathy has an assured cure for dandruff. Furthermore, the results are long-lasting with a minimal risk of recurrence. Visit our website to know more - http://www.drbatras.com/hair-conditions/seborrhoeic-dermatitis/homeopathic-treatment