How to Get Rid of Dandruff Using Aspirin - A Must Watch video

One medical problem, which is more annoying than serious, is dandruff. It is unsightly flakes of dead skin that fall from your scalp, leaving your hair and your shoulders white. Dandruff can be caused by hair products, eczema, psoriasis and shampooing too often, per the

Most commonly, people treat dandruff with medicated shampoo. Yet, more and more people are becoming interested in at-home, all-natural treatments and we have found one: aspirin. Today. we will discuss how to add a crushed aspirin to your shampoo in order to get rid of dandruff. This is because of the salicylates that are in aspirin, which is the same ingredient in those medicated shampoos.

Uncoated aspirin tablets;
Napkin or paper towel;
Metal spoon;
Fragrance-free, dye-free shampoo;
Apple Cider Vinegar (optional);

What to do:

First, take two uncoated aspirin and crush them onto a napkin or paper towel with the back of a metal spoon, or using a pill grinder.
Then, pour one capful of shampoo into a small bowl. Be sure to use a shampoo that is free of fragrances and dyes. Dandruff can be made worse by perfumes, conditioners and other unnecessary additives.
Now, add the aspirin powder to the shampoo and mix. If you normally use more than one capful to wash your hair, make sure that you adjust the number of aspirin that you need.
Stir the mixture very well and use it as normal shampoo to wash your hair. Be sure to leave the shampoo on your head for at least five minutes.
Rinse the shampoo out very well. You can repeat this if you’d like.
Also, you can add ½ cup of apple cider vinegar to a large container of water and use that to rinse your hair. Apple cider vinegar also fights dandruff and it does not need to be washed out. The vinegar smell will leave as your hair dries.

Do you, or a loved one, suffer from dandruff often? Do you normally use medicated shampoo? Give this a shot and let us know how it works for you.

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