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    Posted: September 15 2013 at 10:37am
If you are having troubles with tormenting itch, dry, and unsightly flaking scalp that make you unconfident to wear black clothes or an uncomfortable rash and some red spots around your ears or neck and being sensitive when using certain kinds of shampoos, then you are likely to have what people call dry itchy scalp.

I know it is really annoying to have that itchy scalp and visible dandruff causing you to scratch in front of many people. Of course it will also make you want to disappear for a while sometimes because it is too embarrassing.

Dandruff and itchy scalp seem to be very common problems for many people as well as one of most misunderstood problems. Dandruff and itchy scalp are caused by the shedding of skin cells on your scalp.

When people have a dandruff problem, they usually use anti-dandruff shampoos that only solves the problem for a while and then they will get it back.

So, what could you do to make your scalp free from dandruff quickly, easily, naturally, and most of all, for good?

Many people do not have the idea what actually the main cause of their scalp problems is and that there are natural remedies for the problems – without breaking the budget and this would be an enjoyable experience. Scientific evidences prove that shampoo (especially anti dandruff ones) contain so many ingredients that our body is sensitive to. 

Natural Dry Itchy Scalp Remedies will help soothe and heal your scalp problems. The benefits are that they will not give you any side effects like the commercial products irritating your scalp and worsening the condition. Your scalp may become itchier and produce more dandruff.

So what are these natural remedies for itchy scalp treatment?

Zinc Pyrithione: This is the wonderful stuff for scalp problems. It has been found since 1930’s.  Zinc

pyrithione can be used to treat dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, eczema and numerous other skin and scalp disorders. .

Jojoba: Jojoba is useful as scalp moisturizer and helps rebalance sebum (oil).

Tea Tree Oil: Tea tree oil is good to use for treatment like scalp, dandruff, lice and underactive

sebaceous glands treatments on oily hair. It enlivens the scalp and soothes the cells and follicles.

Basil: Basil promotes growth for oily hair

Chamomile: Chamomile can give golden highlights to silky to normal hair.

Clary Sage: Clary sage is used for treatment for dandruff on all types of hair.

Lavender Oil: Lavender oilgives extra attention to normal hair needing scalp treatment for itchiness,

burning scalp, dandruff and even lice.

Lemon: Lemon gives golden highlights to oily hair, is used for treatment for dry scalp, dandruff, lice and underactive sebaceous glands.

Myrrh: Myrrh gives dry treatment for dry scalp, dandruff, lice and underactive sebaceous glands.

Patchouli Oil: Patchouli oil treats dandruff on oily hair.

Peppermint Oil: Peppermint oil promotes hair growth for dry hair.

Rose Oil: Rose oil soothes scalp, revitalizes hair, and promotes hair growth.

Unrefined Virgin Coconut Oil: Unrefined VCO is excellent for itchy and dry scalp

Ylang-Ylang Oil: Ylang-ylang oil treats dandruff.

Neem: Neem is a wonderful oil from India. It is useful for removing redness and itching when applied directly to your scalp and it is good for skin conditioner.

You have to remember that there are many useful ingredients that can be found in your kitchen and in your garden as home remedies. With all the benefits they can give you and at the same time also save your money, there is no reason for you to not try them now. Good luck and enjoy your healthy and beautiful hair.




Edited by Karen Shelton - September 23 2013 at 8:02am
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