Noticing a bit too much dandruff on your shoulders or your work desk? You are thinking about it a bit too much then.
Dandruff is a common condition which mostly occurs during Winter season or in response to cold and dry weather. If it goes unnoticed, you will start to experience itching and even inflammation.
Generally, dandruff occurs due to external factors and sometimes even indicates a dormant health issue. If your dandruff isn’t going away after a few head washes and oil massages on the scalp, it could be a problem.
But it’s not something you need to be too worried about, as there are many home remedies to get rid of dandruff.
Ayurveda explains the reason for dandruff in detail.
Obvious enough, dandruff arises when you don’t wash off the oil, dirt and sweat build-up on your scalp at least thrice a week. If your scalp is frequently dandruff-ridden, it could lead to infections.
Dandruff also occurs due to scalp allergy, when you knowingly or unknowingly come in contact with an allergen or some irritant. This could be pollen from some flower, water scales or even a hair care product you weren’t supposed to use.
Humidity decreases during winter and most people just don’t wash their hair often. Both of these contribute to dandruff as your scalp goes dry.
If you are likely to have dandruff frequently, you should take pre-emptive measures to avoid it.
Noticing a bit too much dandruff on your shoulders or your work desk?