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Ayurvedic Remedy For Dandruff

Dandruff is a condition that affects the skin of the scalp and makes them flake. Taking some ayurvedic remedies helps in controlling dandruff. Neem oil has antiviral and antimicrobial properties, which helps in controlling dandruff. Bringaraj oil is a combination of bhringaraj, sesame, amla, indigo, and ballon vines. Applying bhringaraj oil twice a week on the scalp helps in reducing dandruff, hair loss, scalp irritation. Coconut oil helps in preventing dryness in the skin and scalp. It helps in reducing dandruff caused due to dryness in the scalp.

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Despite using an ayurvedic oil, I have scaly dandruff on the back of my head and neck. Kindly help.

Query: Hello doctor, I have a dandruff issue. Scaly dandruff is seen at the back of my head near the neck. Due to dandruff, I always have small bumpy pimples on my forehead and face. Now I also face hair fall and breakage of hair. My hair is curly, and my face skin is oily and sensitive. I wash my hair eve...  Read Full »

Dr. Farzana Roshan. M

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I read your query and can understand your concern. Dandruff usually occurs if you have dehydrated skin or can also happen in excess oily skin. If you have a dry dandruff problem, I would suggest the following. Do not get exposed to dust and pollution. Wash your ...  Read Full »

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