Thursday, 4 April 2013

Aspirin - Old and famous method to prevent dandruff?

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Step 1
Crush two uncoated aspirin by folding them in a napkin and crushing them with the back of a metal spoon or grinding them in a pill grinder.

Step 2
Pour one capful of shampoo into a bowl. Use a fragrance-free, dye-free shampoo with as few ingredients as possible. Dandruff can be exacerbated by additives such as perfumes and conditioners.

Step 3
Add the aspirin powder to the shampoo. If you use more than a capful of shampoo to wash your hair, adjust the number of aspirin tablets accordingly.

Step 4
Stir the mixture well and use it to wash your hair. Leave it on for at least five minutes to allow the salicylic acid to exfoliate your scalp.

Step 5
Rinse the shampoo thoroughly from your hair and repeat if you wish. You can add 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar to a pitcher of water and use that for the final rinse for extra dandruff-fighting power. There is no need to wash the vinegar out of your hair; the smell will go away as your hair dries.

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Do you know plastic combs are terrible for your hair?

I know it's a dumb question but since I started taking care of my hair I have been using one of those cheap plastic combs,its wide toothed and it does the job pretty well.but I saw recently in markets and online stores a wooden comb that said to reduce the breakage and the same I heared from my naturopath friend. Plus what I thought is buying this kind of things from anywhere may call a risk for ourselves so better to buy from a known one for this. I found  this one on google search. This wooden stick comb is made from the wood of Indian Neem (Azadirachta Indica) tree, this wooden comb has proven medicinal properties that controls hair loss and treats dandruffNice and natural! I am using this comb myself! I have recommended this to many people as well 

These Wooden combs are Non-invasive and Natural.