✅ Use a Moisturizing Shampoo twice weekly
Oils and dead skin cells accumulate as a result of infrequent hair washing or co-washing. If you are prone to dandruff or seborrheic dermatitis, you need to shampoo regularly, twice a week at minimum to reduce build up. See Almond & Shea Butter Moisturizing Shampoo
✅ Massage scalp with Coconut oil + Tea tree oil
Coconut oil mixed with Tea Tree Oil is a dandruff killer combination. Coconut oil is a natural remedy for dandruff because it improves the skins hydration and prevents dandruff. Tea tree oil has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that is effective at fighting the specific strain of fungus that can cause both seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff.
✅ Do an Apple Cider Vinegar rinse
Apple Cider Vinegar is known for its health benefits and is a natural remedy for dandruff. That’s because the vinegar’s acidity is believed to help stimulate the shedding of dead skin cells on your scalp. Apple cider vinegar is also said to balance the pH of your skin to reduce fungal growth and thus fight dandruff.
✅ Pre Poo when you shampoo
Oil-based treatments can help to balance some of the scalp’s excessive oil production. Applying oils to the scalp will help draw oils from it and remove them. It’s the classic law of attraction, where like substances attract each other. See Kurlee Tropical Oils Blend
✅ Do Not scratch
Although you maybe tempted to scratch. Scratching does more harm than good. It will leave your scalp, irritated and sore adding to the dandruff problem.
✅ Apply raw Aloe Vera to the scalp
Aloe vera is a succulent that has anti bacterial and anti fungal properties which protects against dandruff. This plant is also good in treating burns and psoriasis. Find it at your local grocery store, peel the skin and apply its cooling jelly directly to the scalp. Let it sit for 20 minutes then shampoo with a moisturizing shampoo.