Remedy: Tea tree oil
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Remedy (new) posted by David Niven Miller of Perth, WA, Australia on 3 May 2010 at 18:8 143
First wash your hair. After washing, apply a handful or two of neat apple cider vinegar to the scalp and leave it for a minute or more. Then rinse and dry or partially dry your hair. The last step is to apply a little diluted tea tree oil to the scalp. Test some skin with a little tea tree oil a few hours before using it - it may be too strong. In this case, dilute it more with coconut oil. Try to cover the scalp completely, but you do not need a lot. If the scalp is wet with the oil, dry it off with a cloth. A single application of the oil may cure the dandruff, if not repeat this procedure a week or two later. Note: if you do not react will to tea tree oil, many people have reported that neem oil is very effective with dandruff, when used the same way as tea tree oil here. Please read the neem oil remedy first.
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