Dandruff is the arch-enemy of almost everyone, who has experienced it. Ask me, and I’ll tell you about how I tried a lot of home remedies to eliminate dandruff, only to find out that it came back! From Apple Cider Vinegar to Lemon, I frequented the kitchen more than any other place to find a possible cure for perhaps the ‘most frequent and most annoying disease of the scalp’! This post is dedicated to all the crazy things that me, you, and probably everyone else has tried to eliminate dandruff, and often in vain.
Dandruff and dry scalp often go hand in hand. This often leads people to believe that they are the same problem. But there are some points, which establish the basic differences between these two hair problems.
What are these key differences between dry scalp and dandruff? What causes them and what are the common remedies for them? Let’s find out.
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We all have suffered from dandruff woes at some or the other point of our lives. In fact, some of us have to deal with it on a regular basis. But have you ever wondered what causes the condition, which may range from mild to severe for people?
The root causes of dandruff include but are not limited to – Seborrheic Dermatitis, Scalp Eczema or Malassezia.
Many of us have to deal with dandruff woes and the first thing that comes to the mind is natural remedies or anti-dandruff shampoos. But how effective are some of these common methods to treat dandruff?
A voluminous and shiny mane can grab a lot of eyeballs. However, this could be for all the wrong reasons if you have dandruff. Those annoying white flakes lingering on your scalp, shoulders and back can be irksome.
Every one sheds a bit of hair everyday in your life. That’s the natural growth cycle of hair, where each hair goes through a growth stage, a resting stage and a falling stage. However, many people who suffer from dandruff complain of increased hair fall. Is this real? Is it that Dandruff causes hair fall?
Many people have visible flakes that fall off the scalp. But we keep getting asked this question. Do I have dry scalp or dandruff, what’s the difference? Some people even think of it as Dry Dandruff Vs. Oily Dandruff.
While early symptoms for both could be similar, the simple answer is that you probably have Dandruff! We’ll explain.
Well, if you’ve had dandruff, and have just about tried every other anti – dandruff shampoo in the market, then, by now you’d know that there really is no best anti dandruff shampoo! Sure, some of the Drug/Medicated Prescription shampoos could help to an extent, but we have seen enough consumers who simply have just gotten used to living with Dandruff, despite.