6 Facts You Might Not Know About Dandruff

Our friends from Human Nature give us the lowdown on dandruff.

Updated on October 02, 2017 16:10 pm

How much do you really know about dandruff? Check these out:

1. Loads of people have it.

Dandruff is essentially when your scalp has scales and flakes. According to Better Health, around 50% of the population suffer from it and its other symptoms, such as dryness and itchiness. It's not contagious condition, just an annoying one.

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2. Alternating temperatures can cause flaky dramas.

A change in season can heighten the dryness of your scalp, causing serious flaky dramas. Very hot or very cold can make a dry scalp seem worse. That could mean from going to a scorching heat outside, to walking into a cool room with air conditioning.

3. Your age, gender, skin type, and diet can all influence flakes.

Flakes can generally begin to appear during young adulthood, but having oily skin can also predispose you to having an oily scalp. So if you are pregnant or on puberty stage, it's more likely you will experience heightened symptoms of dandruff.

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4. Washing your hair more often will make your dandruff worse.

Dandruff poses the opposite problem. Not shampooing enough will only make your dandruff worse. It causes more oil and dead skin cells to accumulate on your scalp, which the yeast and fungi will continue to feed on.

5. Your beauty tools could also cause your flakes.

If you have a dry scalp and you use hot styling tools on the regular then this could actually be a trigger for itchiness and flakiness. It's common to experience a dry scalp when you frequently use hot styling tools.

Human Nature's Pure Jojoba Oil

6. Jojoba oil is an ancient remedy that actually works to get rid of dandruff.

Jojoba oil is the closest approximation to human sebum. So it balances natural oils and doesn't clog pores. A natural go-to remedy for dry scalp that causes dandruff.

How to relieve scalp of itch and dandruff, the natural way:

  1. Deeply massage a coin-sized amount of Jojoba Oil onto clean and dry scalp for 2 to 3 minutes.
  2. Tuck hair into a shower cap and leave on for 10 minutes. Alternatively, you can wrap hair with a towel and leave on overnight.
  3. Wash off with Clarifying Shampoo.
  4. Use twice a week for optimum results.

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