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Winter Woes: The Easiest Remedies to Control Dandruff & Hairfall

Cold chilly months come with their own set of beauty woes. There’s dry skin, dandruff and some have suffer nightmares of falling hair. The easiest way to deal with these is to turn to some ingredients you’ll find in your kitchen pantry. Rahul Agarwal, CEO, Organic Harvest, suggests some natural tips and tricks to keep those locks long, shiny and free from dandruff. 1. Curd and lemon: This combination helps you to reduce hair fall and acts as a natural conditioner during the winter season. It cures dryness of the…

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Types of Dandruff: Things to Keep in Mind Before Buying an Anti-Dandruff Product

Hush yourself and look away from that swanky black shirt or your stunning little black dress as dandruff can get ruthless. The little white flakes can wreak havoc, putting you in an embarrassing situation in a social gathering. And besides depriving you of an exciting wardrobe, dandruff can cause itchy scalp, making it hard for you to manage on a day-to-day basis.Dandruff is often attributed to poor hygiene and/or improper diet. In most cases it results from the flaking of scalp triggered due to dryness. Dietary nourishment as well as…

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Effective kitchen remedies to get rid of dandruff

Dry skin, yeast infection, faulty diet, or any other skin-related ailment — the cause of dandruff can be any but the tricky part is that it can be incredibly difficult to treat. To do away with the white flakes, head to your kitchen for some effective home remedies. Here are some of the ingredients that can save the day, shares Manoj Khanna, owner of Enhance Clinic: Baking soda: Wet your hair and then rub a handful of baking soda, massaging it into the scalp. Rinse thoroughly without using a mild…

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