Do you often have to scratch your itchy scalp? This can be so embarrassing especially when in public and could lead hair loss.
I have been battling with itchy scalp for like ever. Have tried all remedies, creams, shampoos and a whole lot more. I think the highest of it all was when I tried one anti dandruff shampoo, believe me I thought it was hot sauce that was in it, my head was on fire and tears from my eyes is enough for irrigation.
So i couldn’t take it anymore after braiding my hair nicely and everything I could lay my hands on ends up on my scalp like my eating fork. so i tried something really funny and it worked. For almost 2 hours that have tried the mixture, have not touched my scalp. In my whole life this is the first time in years that i haven’t itch my scalp this long.
Causes: I read online that these few things could cause itchy scalp
- Excessive production of oil from sebaceous glands
- fungus and viral infections
- dry scalp
- Poor hair care etc
It works for me. Just try it out and see if it will work for you too.
- Lemon juice:
Just massage 2 tablespoons lemon juice into your scalp and rinse with water. Then stir 1 teaspoon lemon juice into 1 cup water and rinse your hair with it. Repeat this daily until your dandruff disappears.
- Garlic juice:
add the juice from the garlic directly to your scalp and to make a mask, you an honey and leave it on for 10 minutes.
- Apple cider vinegar:
dry scalp, itchy scalp, dry itchy scalp, dry and dandruff, itchy and dandruff, scalp buildup, scalp psoriasis and flaky scalp. Add 1/4 cup of organic apple cider vinegar to 1 cup of water. Stir it well and pour this mix in an empty spray bottle.
I did not mix this three ingredients together.
I applied each mixture one after the other using a cotton wool. i covered it with a shower cap, wrapped it with a dry towel and I waited for 30 mins. I picked up another cotton wool and dip it in water to clean my scalp and allow fresh hair penetrate in. You can use one at a time.
Extra tips: if you have itchy scalp avoid scratching it too much, even though it’s not easy to avoid. Drink water, shampoo your with alcohol free products, eat well.