When you think of anti-dandruff shampoo, the first product that comes to mind is ‘Head and Shoulders.’ To be fair, you should give credit where credit is due.
In this instance, the large kitty fund of Procter & Gamble allows the company to condition the public into thinking that no other alternative will achieve the same results.
However, if you are not comfortable with using synthetic products, you would be happy to know that nature is rich in raw materials that will help you get rid of dandruff the natural way.
For instance, many companies only utilize organic materials and processes for their hair care products, and Protective Styles is one of them.
According to a study by ICR Survey Research Group of Pennsylvania, about 50% of the 700 respondents said that dandruff is causing them anxiety.
They are worried about how other people will react. Of the total number of respondents, men are more worried (58%) when compared to women (48%).
The reaction is understandable. Most people equate dandruff with poor grooming, even if there are multiple factors at play. For example, stress or yeast infection can also cause a scaly scalp.
To address your condition, make sure to look for the following ingredients in your organic shampoo:
For hundreds of years, people have been using coconut oil to treat common hair problems, including dandruff.
A clinical study published in 2004 concluded that extra virgin coco oil, a derivative of coconut, helped boost hydration of the hair and scalp. Participants also showed general improvements after using the product.
Tea Tree Oil
This essential oil is another ingredient that works wonders for your dandruff. In fact, tea tree oil is particularly beneficial against a specific scalp condition called seborrheic dermatitis.
The disease is responsible for stubborn dandruff, redness, and itchiness of the scalp. A conclusive 2002 study showed a marked improvement in the control group that used shampoo containing 5% tree oil.
The results showed that 41% of the respondents had reported reduced dandruff compared to 11% in the placebo group.
The oil from the Aloe Vera plant contains natural antibacterial and antifungal characteristics that will help keep dandruff away.
Another way it will benefit you is by the anti-inflammatory properties of the plant. It is not uncommon for people with severe dandruff to have perpetual wounds and redness on their scalps.
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