How To Get Rid of Dandruff for Black People: Natural Dandruff Hair Treatment at Home

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Kerri is having a problem with dandruff and she does’nt understand why she is all of a sudden having that problem now.

Tip #1: Dandruff is a buildup of dead skin cells (for chronic dandruff seek a specialist that can work with you personally)
Tip #2: Shampoo more often and remember to stay hydrated.
Tip #3: Keep your scalp moisturized by lubricating your moist scalp with oils.

These oils are a better choice of option because they are light and closer to mimicking your natural hair oil (sebum) than other options.

Almond Oil
Coconut Oil
Jojoba Oil

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