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How to prevent your scalp from dandruff during winters??

Come winter and scalp dryness struggles are real. So along with dry skin and dry hair, dandruff also becomes bothersome thing, which might even become embarrassing as it can cause itching and irritation to the scalp. Excessive dandruff may also make the hair roots weak leading to hair loss. And who wants to deal with so many problem??

 

So to prevent dandruff follow these golden rules for a healthy, dandruff free scalp

 

  • Washing hair- 

During winters most of us avoid more than 1 hair wash per week. Well this may cause excess sebum deposits leading to fungus growth and dandruff. Not very good right? Wash hair at least thrice a week to preventing dandruff. Try going all natural for dandruff care with moha anti dandruff shampoo, enriched with tea tree oil to fight your dandruff. Also this shampoo has neutral pH, making it the best anti dandruff shampoo which is great for hair health.

Protip: Avoid warm water for washing hair- it leads to more dryness of skin which further aggravate dryness. Instead use normal or lukewarm water for washing hairs.

 

 

  • Massaging scalp - Massaging scalp with oils increases scalp circulation and helps in strengthening hair follicles. moha anti dandruff hair oil is a mixture of teatree, hibiscus, water lily and rosemary which help reduce dandruff and any other fungal scalp condition. It controls hairfall, eliminates dandruff and helps in stimulating hair growth. Use this awesome anti dandruff oil this winter to massage your scalp and get rid of dandruff and itchy scalp and enjoy healthy long hair and clean scalp.

 

  • Have a Nourishing diet –

 

What we eat shows reflects on our body. Have a balanced nourishing diet. Incorporate nuts and seeds in your diet daily to fight dryness. Sesame seeds or tila, coconut, almond, avocado, are all natural fat rich hair friendly food which nourish hair and also reduce dryness of the scalp. High glycemic index food like wheat, rice, sugar etc. may increase sebum production of the skin which ultimately increases dandruff production. so avoid them Include Vit e, Vit c, Vit a, Zinc, rich food such as amla, walnut, carrots, salmon fish etc in your diet.

 

  • Break some sweat:

           Practicing yoga poses like shirshasan, sarvangasan help to stimulate scalp circulation.      Regular exercise helps reduce stress, which could lead to dandruff and dry scalp. Meditation also plays important role in lowering stress. Meditate daily for at least 15 min.

 

 

  • Hydrate: In winters, we reduce water intake which can lead to extremely dry skin and scalp. Drink more fluids like water, juices, buttermilk to nourish and hydrate yourself. In fact, a nice detox drink of ginger and lemon juice is also great way of starting your day to hydrate as well as detox

 

  • Hair packs for dandruff:

 

Applying a pack of oats mixed with some lemon juice helps to reduce dandruff and itching. Application of neem powder mixed with curd and hibiscus flowers is also a great way to fight dandruff and improve hair health

 

  • Wearing hair and scalp friendly accessories: Keep your pins and clips clean. Clean your combs regularly and do not share your comb with others. If using caps and hairbands, clean them often.

 

Stay pretty and gorgeous this winter and let your hair down!!!

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