Dandruff is one of the most common problems. A large number of people are faced with this issue at least once in their lifetime, and as a chronic form it is present in 2-5% of the population. According to some authors it can occur at any age and is more common in men. Although there are no significant consequences for health it has significant negative effect on the psyche of every individual.

Stop blaming the dry scalp for dandruff. The real guilt bearer is actually a fungus called pitirosporum. “The skin is trying to eliminate the fungus, but not succeeding, leaving you with a constant problem, leaving you with dandruff,” says dermatologist Adnan Nasir.

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Now that you know the exact cause of dandruff, you can work on a solution. This medicine is made from only two ingredients that will help you eliminate dandruff forever! Here are a few steps to the final healing:

Take one tablespoon of vinegar and mix it with one cup of water. Rub this mixture into scalp while in the shower and stay with it. “This will kill the germs that create a problem,” said Nasir.

Rinse with vinegar in the morning (bad because of the smell). Use a shampoo with zinc because zinc kills the fungus. Shampoo twice in a row. “Leaving shampoo longer is not too effective. Instead, consider two quick rinses,” said Nasir.

The first time apply shampoo to remove dandruff and debris, and a second time to allow the zinc to kill the fungus.

Repeat this process every day for two weeks, then every other day for two weeks, until you get to wash your hair once a week.

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