Natural Cures for Dandruff

As anyone who has ever suffered from dandruff will tell you, it can be a big problem that non-sufferers often don’t really understand. And what is not understood by the majority is that whilst the condition is not necessarily dangerous in health terms, it is definitely harmful to the sufferer in many other ways.

Whilst most of the chemical-based shampoos on the market have proved to be harmless for most users, there are a significant minority of people who suffer from dandruff for whom chemical-based shampoos are likely to make the problem worse rather than better. These are people who have particularly sensitive skin so that chemicals are more likely to aggravate their skin problems than help to clear up their dandruff.

However, even if you’re not a person who suffers from overly sensitive skin, it still makes a great deal of sense to try natural solutions for your dandruff problem before turning to chemical based shampoos, creams or potions.

Thus it is logical that most dandruff sufferers will do whatever they can to get rid of their problem, and in most cases, this is likely to mean turning to commercially produced anti-dandruff products to deal with the problem.

The good news is that there are plenty of such products on the market and many of them can be bought across the counter from a standard drug store or pharmacy. The bad news is that many of these commercially produced anti-dandruff solutions are chemically based, and as with all products that rely on chemicals for their positive effects, there are often potential negative side-effects to take into account before using them.

Hence it makes a great deal of sense to consider natural solutions if you suffer from dandruff, and fortunately, there are quite a number of natural answers to the dandruff question.

The primary purpose of this book is to examine many of these natural treatments or cures for dandruff.

In Natural Cures for Dandruff E-book You will learn;

How a simple household condiment can go a long way towards relieving your scalp problems

The two natural shampoos that do really work to cure your dandruff

How the gel from a common household plant can help cure dandruff

The natural antifungal oil from South Wales in Australia that can help kill the fungus that cause some cases of dandruff

The seasoning that can be made into a tea to help remedy scalp problems

What common herb that you can grow in your garden has antibacterial and rejuvenating effects on the scalp

How a common type of cooking oil, when massaged into the scalp, can help dandruff

The tropical fruit you can steam your hair and scalp with to help prevent dandruff

The secret juice made from a root that can help clear up chronic scalp flaking

How you can use baking soda to prevent dandruff

How a simple juice from a common fruit can help prevent dandruff

How you can use the seeds of a common gourd to keep the yeast that causes dandruff at bay

Table of Contents


What is dandruff?

Is dandruff the only cause of visibly flaky scalp?

Seborrhoeic dermatitis

Scalp psoriasis

Fungal infection

Head lice

What causes dandruff?

Some dandruff truths and misconceptions

Does dry skin cause dandruff?

Dandruff is a result of poor hygiene

Sunlight and headgear

You can contract dandruff from a dirty hairbrush

Stress and diet

Non-natural dandruff treatments analyzed

There is no solution that is perfect for everyone

You really are what you eat!

Stress is not always bad, but

Yoga, meditation and breathing to combat stress

Other natural approaches to minimizing dandruff

More aromatherapy



Vitamins and minerals for a healthy head

Natural shampoo dandruff solutions

Herbs and other natural substances to combat dandruff

Vinegar is almost always effective

Tea tree oil

Aloe vera to combat dandruff

Olive oil

Many other natural dandruff treatments in brief


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