Treat Dandruff With Aspirin
How to treat dandruff with aspirin? The same aspirin you take or use can be extended to your hair too, especially, to treat dandruff.
Before you start this treatment, be sure that the flaky scalp is indeed dandruff. Personally, I haven't experienced any dandruff since I properly started caring for my hair. You could be doing stuff to your hair but that doesn't mean you are doing it well.
When I get asked how to treat dandruff, I usually, find out your regimen. If your regimen isn't up to scratch, you can be rest assured that you'll have to sort it out to see if that can clear the dandruff like my regimen did. You see, washing with shampoo without using a deep conditioner afterwards isn't a great practice. Products work effectively when used accordingly.
So, if you've done everything properly and still experience dandruff, here's a remedy you can try.
According to dailymail.co.uk,
Plenty of shampoos aimed at treating dandruff use salicylic acid to control these pesky flakes. Adding aspirin to your shampoo can help keep dandruff under control by simply crushing two uncoated aspirins into a powder and combining them with a tablespoon of shampoo. Exfoliating the scalp helps remove dead skin layers that cause dandruff. Kristen Colon, Owner of Studio 11 Hair Salon in Orlando, Fla., wrote in The Huffington Post guest blog: “…aspirin contains salicylates, which is the active ingredient in dandruff shampoos that contain salicylic acid,” explaining why the method works.
This remedy is very cheap too. If you try this and it works, do share your results with us.