How to Get Rid of Dry Flaky Sore Scalp at Home Naturally

Get Rid of Dry Flaky Sore Scalp

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When you have a dry, flaky, sore scalp, it can prove to be very irritating, and you would surely be looking for ways to get rid of this problem.

Not only does it appear ugly, especially if you have dark hair,  but it can also give the mistaken impression that you are not paying sufficient attention to hygiene.

But did you know that you can treat this pesky condition naturally, using natural substances, right in your own home?

A little care and persistence with the natural remedies can rid you of this condition without any harsh medical treatment to your hair.

Symptoms:

Our scalp tends to shed some dead cells every day.  When this occurs more than the normal quantity, we find them clumping together as grey-white flakes on the scalp, and it goes by the common name of dandruff.

The flakes being oily on account of excess sebum secreted by the scalp, there is always an itchy sensation and a tendency to scratch the scalp often.

The scalp turns reddish, and reddish bumps sometimes appear on the back of the neck.  Everyone experiences this to an extent, but it occurs most frequently when hormonal changes occur in the body, especially during puberty.

Causes:

Even on the scalp, our skin is always renewing itself, and in the process, pushes the old, dead cells to the surface for removal or exfoliation.

These dead cells, when in excess, combine in the form of flakes.  This happens when the scalp is either too oily or too dry.

The condition can also be hereditary.  The diet has some part to play in the formation of dandruff.  Spicy, oily, sugary food tends to aggravate the condition, as does alcohol. Lack of essential fatty acids and B vitamins in the diet is also known to result in dandruff.

A fungus called pityrosporum ovale is sometimes responsible for dandruff.  At other times, seborrhoeic eczema is the cause.

In the latter case, the glands on the scalp become inflamed and red, and the condition spreads all over the face, making it appear as a more severe dandruff case.

Dry Scalp Natural Treatment:

There are various ways in which you can treat dry, flaky, sore scalp at home naturally.  Maintaining good hygiene,  not lending or borrowing combs, towels, etc. can go a long way in preventing the spread of this condition.

It is not dangerous,  yet it is not a good idea to ignore it completely, hoping that it will go away on its own.

If your scalp is too dry,  using a little pure almond oil will help bring back the required pH, which is necessary to maintain the scalp in good condition.

It will help to loosen the flakes of dandruff as well.  Olive oil works just as well.

The inflammation and itching can be treated quite safely with any of the following essential oils:

Avocado oil,    Chamomile,  Lavender, or Tea Tree Oil.

However, you must remember that essential oils always need to be mixed with a carrier oil or even with water.

A mixture of the above oils can also be used.   Tea Tree oil, in particular, will stop the drying of the scalp while also protecting it from infection.

Neem oil can be used on the scalp as a preventive measure for dandruff. Since it is heavy oil, care must be taken to use a little at a time.

Thyme, which has antiseptic properties, can also be used as a rinse for treating dandruff.  Boil some thyme in water,  cool, strain, and use the liquid so obtained as a final rinse on your hair.

Ultravoilet light has anti-inflamatory properties, especially on flaky skin. Hence, exposing your scalp to the sun for a short while (without getting sunburnt) will reduce dandruff.  It is also one of the reasons why dandruff forms more in winter than in summer.

Dandruff is such a common condition that several more natural remedies are available for getting rid of it.

All of them are as simple as the ones given above.  To know more about these, do get in touch with a Professional Natural Therapist.