Written by: Gaurika Gupta
All that’s white in winters is not snow. Along with the cold weather, comes dandruff. Due to the falling temperature outside and heat inside, our scalp can get extremely dry, causing those white flakes in our hair to reappear. And let’s not forget about what this demon does – constant itchiness and a scaly scalp.
Fortunately, there are plenty of things you can do to make dandruff disappear. For making dandruff go away, first, you’ll have to moisturize your scalp so that the affected area softens a bit. This is easy to achieve by adding salicylic acid in your shampoo. Whether you experience dandruff flakes regularly, or only for a short duration, we are here to aid you in picking up the best for your hair.
Below are some suitable shampoos that can help you fight this common hair issue:
Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditioner
According to some studies, Tea tree oil can help cease dandruff from our scalp. Tea tree oil is also often used to treat fungal infections and dermal allergies. Not only does tea tree oil have healing properties but it also moisturizes the applied surface. Doesn’t it sound like a perfect match for treating dandruff?
Body Shop Ginger Scalp Care Shampoo
This amazing shampoo contains ginger, birch bark, willow, and oakmoss, all these natural ingredients in one shampoo, aimed towards improving our scalp health. Plus the added honey comforts our dry scalp.
Aveda Scalp Benefits Balancing Shampoo
This shampoo contains burdock root, echinacea, and sage to serene your scalp. It also has Aveda’s trademark fragrance blend. Instead of getting the typical medical scent, you’ll get the aroma of rosemary, vetiver, cinnamon, and other natural essences. And the key highlight of this product is that it’s an apt match for any hair type, in return one doesn’t have to worry whether it will suit your hair or not, because it’s guaranteed to present a similar effect over all hair breeds.
Redken Dandruff Control Shampoo
Saved the best for the last, this one’s our utmost favorite. Redken products have always been used to smooth the skin and especially to treat dandruff. This particular one has calmed many keratosis breakouts. One of the qualities it is admired for is that it includes both zinc and glycerine, both agents used to moisturize, formulating it as a perfect blend. Let’s not forget about the special lavender extract needed to lull the skin down.
Which one of these will you be trying out this season? Let us know in the comments below.