If you have been noticing little white flakes all over your shirt for a while, then you have dandruff.

Dandruff– Is a common condition that causes the skin on the scalp to flake.

Cause and How to Avoid Dandruff

Itchy and irritable to your scalp? Yes, it is dry scalp in our head, it’s like flakes and very itchy. And sometimes we feel shy because when we wear a black shirt it’s falling like snow. The causes of irritable dandruff are by oily scalp, not clean hair and for others, that’s an unhealthy scalp. And health issues you have might be lack of vitamin B.
 Most of the time dandruff occur every winter.
The scalp gets dry and summer too its worsens because of oily skin. This fungus stays long to scalp if you don’t take any  necessary actions. But it doesn’t mean that if you have dandruff you have poor hygiene. The dust and the natural oils leave our heads cause to produce dandruff.
How to Avoid Dandruff?
Make your scalp hydrated yet not oily. Makes sure you wash it properly using the exact amount of shampoo.Massaging using tea tree oil helps to have a healthy scalp to avoid dandruff. Make sure has a healthy diet for our skin to have a clean and healthy scalp. Because fungus needs to remove before it will become severe.
Have a regular shower and proper cleaning of hair. In some instances, even you take a shower everyday dandruff stays on the scalp due to dust comes to our hair.
Also avoid scratching your scalp when it is itchy instead massage it gently when you feel itchy.
There are some home remedies for it, like massaging using lemon juice, coconut oil and fresh aloevera, green tea, apple cider, and baking soda. Like our bare skin, we should take care of our scalp too.
You can use commercial anti-dandruff shampoos and other treatments but don’t use too much to avoid damage the scalp. 
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