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How to manage your dandruff

by Nyucel Wellness on September 19, 2021



 

If you’re disappointed by your flakey or itchy scalp, you may be dealing with dandruff. Unfortunately, it would be difficult to deal with because people often mistake dandruff with the dry scalp while they are two different conditions.

Here we have come up with the solutions to find out if you have flacks on your scalp, which means you are experiencing dandruff or dry scalp. And also how to deal with dandruff if it’s the only root of your problem.

How dandruff gets on your scalp?

Mayo Clinic describes dandruff as the skin on the scalp starts to flake, which can be extremely frustrating to manage. In addition, itching on the scalp may be one of the most uncomfortable side effects. Mayo Clinic states various factors that can cause dandruff, such as sensitivity to some chemicals used in hair care products, shampooing too often, not shampooing enough, unhealthy bacteria, fungal growth, oily scalp, or dry skin.

How dandruff and dry scalp are different?

While they may look extremely similar, but dry scalp and dandruff are not the same things. Your scalp is just like your skin. It can get dry without being flaked. AAD states that dry scalp occurs due to dehydration—when the skin loses water because of extreme heat, sun damage, low humidity, cold climates, and intensely stripping hair products. A dry scalp may progress into dandruff if not treated well. However, if you have a dry scalp, you can still follow these tips that we will share for managing dandruff.

How to manage your dandruff?

Consult with your dermatologist if you’re concerned that you have dandruff because of unhealthy bacteria, fungal growth, or irritation, or you’re experiencing inflammation or patches of discoloration. Otherwise, you can try the following tips on how to manage your dandruff.

Wash your hair with an anti-dandruff shampoo

When it comes to managing your dandruff, Nyuhayr Apple Cider Shampoo can make all the difference. Nyuhayr Apple Cider Shampoo is formulated with apple cider vinegar, amla oil, bhringraj oil, and reetha extract to give your scalp a proper detox.

Its toxin-free, herbal formula deeply purifies and cleanses all the dirt, debris, unhealthy bacteria, and excess oil. It also balances the pH level of the scalp. It also helps prevent itching and scalp-flaking that are associated with dandruff.

Moisturize your scalp with conditioner

To extract all the benefits of your shampoo, we recommend you use an herbal conditioner. This duo freshens, moisturizes, and restores balance for strong, shiny, and healthy hair when used with shampoo.

Exfoliate your scalp

Just the way you exfoliate your skin on your face and body, it is equally important to exfoliate your scalp too. When you do so, you help remove dead cells from the scalp and help your emerged skin reveal soft, smooth, fresh, and younger cells. Not only this removes dead skin, but it also gets rid of dirt and excess oil, which may lead to dandruff. You can use an exfoliating scrub or create a DIY scrub of your own by mixing one egg, one teaspoon of aloe vera gel, one teaspoon of coconut oil, lemon juice, and one teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda.

Limit how many hair products you use

As much as you depend on your hair styling products to make your hairstyle different, the more they harm your scalp—often resulting in dandruff. Because most off-the-shelf hair products have chemicals that create buildup on your scalp, which may cause you dandruff. So, we would suggest you minimize the use of hair styling products to keep dandruff at bay.

If you are dealing with dandruff, try herbal Nyuhayr Apple Cider Shampoo to rejuvenate your scalp and help you minimize your condition. It also provides benefits such as prevent hair fall and promotes hair growth. Apply it thrice in a week and see the difference. Nyuhayr Apple Cider Shampoo is completely natural with no side effects. Its formulation penetrates directly on your roots, making your scalp healthy.

If you are having severe dandruff and not getting better even after using this shampoo, we urge you to see a dermatologist.