Keep Dandruff At Bay With Asprin

Aspirin is a medicine cabinet staple for those prone to headaches. Combined in the right ratio with tap water, it's equally handy for keeping dandruff flakes at bay.

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If you're looking to help keep those pesky flakes in check, try that bottle of asprin from the back corner of your medicine cabinet to make up this DIY mixture.

Finely crush 3 tablets of Aspirin then dissolve in a spray bottle of hot water, allow to cool. Apply to scalp (all over) then shampoo as normal. Shake the spray bottle before each use.

We've shown you before in the past how to keep your hair shiny and flake free by using Listerine, but for those who are looking for a less minty-fresh experience, you might give Asprin a try. Home help weblog Tip Nut has 8 more ideas, in case either of these seem a little off the wall for your daily routine.

9 Home Remedies For Dandruff [Tip Nut]


    Or use one of the many shampoos with salicylic acid in them. They cost a little more than normal shampoo, but you don't have to go through the palaver above, plus it does its stuff as you're washing rather than being washed off straight away.

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