With a lot of ‘cool’ things that the season of winter comes with, there are numerous annoying things that accompany it. One of these is dandruff that turns into a permanent part of your head, as long as it is winters.


Now, when does it become unbearable?

When you can’t stop scratching your head and see the dandruff particles on your black jersey. People start to drag their chairs a bit farther, in order to ensure they don’t get the bits of these particles.


There are times when you would get expensive treatments to get rid of this menace. But, it won’t be enough. The white monster will keep returning back, scaring you time and again.

So, what’s the solution?

The solution is a consistent effort, which ensures that dandruff finds no room to come back. Some of the tips and tricks to go for include:

1. Apply Curd

Okay, first thing first: Applying curd won’t be easy due to the winter season, but it will surely be worthwhile. While buying the curd, make sure that you choose the organic one, rather than the factory-made one.
This will provide you with the best outcome and results.

All you need to do is to take three tablespoons of curd and add the juice of two lemons to it. Mix the solution well and apply it to your hair. Ensure that you cover the roots really well. Once done, keep it there for at least two hours and then rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water.

2. Massage with Olive Oil

Olive oil is quite light and comes with moisturising properties.

Applying it in the hair and massaging well ensures that all the particles of dandruff die their natural death.

Pro Tip: Warm the oil a bit in a pan, and you would be able to enjoy the head massage even more.

3. Use Ketoconazole  shampoo

At times it is not the winter season that is causing dandruff in the hair, rather some kind of allergic reaction.

If the problem is consistent, it implies that the issue is something other than the cold season.

In this situation, you need to get your hands on the Ketoconazole shampoo. This shampoo is easily available in all pharmacies and is quite cost-effective. Washing your hair twice or thrice with it will do the trick.

4. Apply Aloe Vera Gel

Got an aloe vera plant in the house? Problem solved.

Aloe vera gel works best when it comes to getting rid of dandruff.

All you need to do is to take the gel out, blend it well and apply it in the hair.

Make sure to cover the roots well, and wash it off after an hour



5. Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse

This is yet another amazing solution to your dandruff problem. Wash your hair as usual and in the end, take a small bucket of water and add one-third of ACV in it. Rinse the hair with it and you will see dandruff going away soon.