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It’s time to act toward treating seborrheic dermatitis

It’s time to act toward treating seborrheic dermatitis

Keeping hair long and shiny is the primitive dream of every girl as beautiful hair is the symbol of beauty. This is not an impossible matter. If you do a little research about your hair type you can easily pick out a hair routine that suits your hair. In most cases, everyone generally possesses an oily hair type. But in some cases, it can vary from dry to combination hair type. These types are the same as skin types because there is scalp skin underneath the hairs that develop the overall condition of hairs.

Dry and combination hairs can be managed by using warm essential oil directly on the scalp to avoid dryness throughout the hair cells. But managing oily hair is a real challenge for a person in their daily routine. If one fails to do so, the hairs possibly get damaged and lead to dandruff, split dead ends, roughness, and even hair fall or severe hair loss. In these hair problems, the most common problem is the development of dandruff.

The oil in hair is someway useful for hair growth but due to production of oil generally builds up sebum and greasiness. The later stage of this condition cultivates bacteria and fungus infections in the scalp which can be a severe condition.

Dandruff is an unexceptional complication for anyone with oily hair. It’s scientifically known as seborrheic dermatitis. It has been written in a lot of hair products which is a general term for dandruff. Seborrheic dermatitis develops in the skin due to many conditions like dehydration, the use of an extreme oily diet, and environmental changes as well. The acute cold and hot weather usually transmute hair conditions that we ignore.

In hot and humid weather conditions we should skip using greasy products over hair and scalp and in cold and dry weather we should do the opposite. It usually generates in cold weather but can be occurred in hot weather too. The oil of our hair freezes in our scalp pores and switches into a transparent dry structure covering the whole of the scalp. When we comb, this layer is broken down into pieces and comes with the hair. This can increase the chances of hair loss if not properly treated.

Seborrheic dermatitis can be easily treated with general ingredients available in your kitchen. Let’s explore some of the best home remedies including my personal experiences against this issue.

Remedy 1:

For this remedy, we make a simple mask that works as a gentle exfoliator for hair cells. There are only two ingredients used in this mask which are:

  • Yogurt half cup or according to the length of the hairs.
  • Aloe Vera 2 tablespoon, it can be used in both forms; organic leave or processed product of any brand.

Simply whisk these two ingredients with a whisker or blend in a blender and directly apply to the scalp and rub the mask with your fingers. Leave this mixture over your hair by wearing a shower cap or any polythene bags covering tied hairs until completely dried.

After that, wash your hair with gentle and transparent shampoo. Yogurt has lactic acid which cleans out the stiffening layer of dermatitis while aloe vera retains the moisture in the cells of the hairs. I personally really like my hair after this mask because it gently exfoliates every single bit of dermatitis while keeping the shine in my hair.

Remedy 2:

For this remedy, we will again make a mask with three basic ingredients which are:

The fuller’s earth/ Multani Mitti 3 tablespoon.

Lemon juice 2 tablespoons.

Water to make it a paste-like substance.

Soak the fuller’s earth in water to transform it into a paste. Add the lemon juice and put it into your hair layer by layer with the help of a comb. Wash with plain water after it gets dried. I usually use this mask when I don’t have the mood to wash my hair twice a week with shampoo.

As my hair type is oily, my hairs always tend to produce a ton of oil right after two days of being washed with shampoo. This mask works as a salvage for me because it saves me from using shampoo more than twice a week.

Remedy 3:

I have done quite a research on seborrheic dermatitis and found many remedies for this problematic matter. The use of tea tree oil is an excellent component in overcoming the situation. It’s highly beneficial in confiscating bacteria and infections from the scalp. It generally cools down the scalp very well. It precedes the way of bacteria-free hair.

I use it as a gentle rinse after shampooing. For this remedy you just need to neutralize the tea tree oil in a ratio of 2:1. That means the water must be double as compared to the tea tree oil, it doesn’t matter what quantity you would take.

Alternatively, you can add 2 to 3 drops of transparent shampoo and softly wash up the hair with it. The hairs after wash also do not get much dried or frizzy. It has a positive impact on hair loss too. You will experience the hair free from sebum and greasiness.

My hairs get a healthy texture and my scalp feels fresh every time I use any of the aforementioned remedies. Hope these remedies help you out with the hair crisis, as all of the remedies have been personally tested by me.

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