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Dandruff Problems & Solutions

Discussion in 'Hair Care & Hair Styles' started by vatsi, Dec 23, 2005.

  1. goldenhoney87

    goldenhoney87 Silver IL'ite

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    Soaking fenugreek seeds over night and make a paste out it.Apply to the scalp.THis was done by few of my friends and they say it was effective
     
  2. Richa1994

    Richa1994 New IL'ite

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    dandruff is a common hair problem nowadays. It damages the quality of hair to deal with dandruff naturally, apply fenugreek pack, this will desirable result in short span of time and it is also very easy to make.
    To prepare fenugreek pack, soak fenugreek seeds overnight, then drain the leftover water and mash the seeds into a paste. apply the paste on your hair and rinse it off with a mild shampoo.
     
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  3. LaaRF

    LaaRF New IL'ite

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    Awesome anti-dandruff tip, thanks for sharing! I think that natural care products are always better than chemical ones. The sulfates in some shampoos can be a cause of dandruff. That's why I prefer natural shampoos. I've searched for the best shampoo for fine hair. SheaMoisture Mango & Carrot shampoo was my choice. The fact that my new shampoo is sulfate-free is what I'm happy about.
     
  4. riyass

    riyass Guest

    i found one new thing today about Hair Fall and Acne which i need to share with you all ,actually the way we take bath everyday matters to hair related problem and mental problems. the things is we need to take head bath every day other wise head part gets heated and other parts has reduced temperature , this difference create more heat in head and cause hair fall, dandruff and other problems including head ache
     
  5. SusheelaMary

    SusheelaMary New IL'ite

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    Hai, Thanks for sharing nice tips
     
  6. Rihana

    Rihana IL Hall of Fame

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    Question about using lemon or lemon juice on the scalp to get rid of dandruff:

    Is it OK to use the lemon juice as is
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    Is it better to dilute it with water 1:1 ratio?

    Looking to use only lemon juice OR lemon juice diluted with water. Not looking for suggestions on other liquids or herbs etc. to add to the lemon juice. There are already many suggestions on those in the thread.

    Thank you.
     
  7. virtualkv2020

    virtualkv2020 Platinum IL'ite

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    Yes lemon juice can be directly applied to the scalp.Leave for 20-30 mins and wash.Lemon juice diluted in water is usually used as a final rinse to add shine and bounce to the hair.
     
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  8. riyass

    riyass Guest

    Lemon juice is very powerful and concentrated sulfuric acid , no not apply directly in to your hair , dilution is important and also do not keep it for prolonged time , it will make your scalp very hard and dry , by which your dandruff will start growing up again very quickly , so better rinse within 5 minutes to project your skin and Hair Treatment .
     
  9. Amulet

    Amulet IL Hall of Fame

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    Ha...Ha....Ha...Ha....Ha...Ha....Ha...Ha....Ha...Ha....Ha...Ha....Ha...Ha....Ha...Ha....
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    The juices of Citrus fruits, oranges, lemons, grapefruits, pomelos, and limes. contain Citric Acid
    . Not Sulfuric Acid.

    The sourness level of citrus juices signify the concentrations of Citric Acid in them. The higher the citric acid content, the more sour the juice. Lemons, Limes are the sourest, grapefruit and pomelos are less so, and oranges are the least sour.

    None of these juices could qualify as eye drops; but for the treatment of scalp conditions, they are all just fine for short-time exposures when the eyes are well protected from splashes. Use water diluted lemon juice for the dandruff condition; this would be very similar to another acid-water mix earlier mentioned on this thread: The use of vinegar (also known as Acetic Acid, a much weaker acid in comparison to Citric Acid) for dandruff treatment.

    Quiz:
    1. Are there fruits yielding juices that contain sulfuric acid ?
    2. Are there foods that contain sulfur ?
     
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  10. virtualkv2020

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    Raw onions and garlic have higher levels of organic sulfur compounds that provide many benefits.These ingredients are great for hair growth and also prevents/eliminates dandruff/lice.At my grandmas village they used a remedy with onion and fenugreek to get rid of lice.
     

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