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Do any of you have good solutions for beard dandruff ?

Wash your face twice daily, dont use any gels or creams on the beard. Brush it thoroughly to regulate the skin cells too.

Also apply bio oil - its pretty good on the skin and does real good, I have tried it.

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I have some research on this dandruff. ANd I have come up with the least expensive solution for both scalp and beard hair.

Firstly Dandruff as you know happens more in winter than summer and this is esp because the blood circulation during winter to areas covered by hair goes down and a typically a person with oily skin has a greasy scalp during this period. This greasy scalp then becomes flaky and starts to shed as dandruff.

The secret to removing this condition is more blood circulation to the affected areas esp scalp or near and below the beard. To increase circulation the best option is that when taking a shower, try to alternate between hot and cold water on your scalp. This will immidiately lift blood circulation in the area and you will immidiately notice a change in dandruff.

A lot of sunshine on the scalp or beard will also reduce the incidence of dandruff because your skin will then sweat and blood circulation will naturally increase.

But since sunshine isn't always possible in winter, the alternating between cold and hot water idea is the best.

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I have some research on this dandruff. ANd I have come up with the least expensive solution for both scalp and beard hair.

Firstly Dandruff as you know happens more in winter than summer and this is esp because the blood circulation during winter to areas covered by hair goes down and a typically a person with oily skin has a greasy scalp during this period. This greasy scalp then becomes flaky and starts to shed as dandruff.

The secret to removing this condition is more blood circulation to the affected areas esp scalp or near and below the beard. To increase circulation the best option is that when taking a shower, try to alternate between hot and cold water on your scalp. This will immidiately lift blood circulation in the area and you will immidiately notice a change in dandruff.

A lot of sunshine on the scalp or beard will also reduce the incidence of dandruff because your skin will then sweat and blood circulation will naturally increase.

But since sunshine isn't always possible in winter, the alternating between cold and hot water idea is the best.

^^^^ looks like Veerji did his homework here hunna? lol :TH:

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I have some research on this dandruff. ANd I have come up with the least expensive solution for both scalp and beard hair.

Firstly Dandruff as you know happens more in winter than summer and this is esp because the blood circulation during winter to areas covered by hair goes down and a typically a person with oily skin has a greasy scalp during this period. This greasy scalp then becomes flaky and starts to shed as dandruff.

The secret to removing this condition is more blood circulation to the affected areas esp scalp or near and below the beard. To increase circulation the best option is that when taking a shower, try to alternate between hot and cold water on your scalp. This will immidiately lift blood circulation in the area and you will immidiately notice a change in dandruff.

A lot of sunshine on the scalp or beard will also reduce the incidence of dandruff because your skin will then sweat and blood circulation will naturally increase.

But since sunshine isn't always possible in winter, the alternating between cold and hot water idea is the best.

If you have dandruff you tend to have dry itchy skin. So you will scratch the area, this will cause irritation etc with the eventual result of the bodies inflammation reaction being invoked. This will lead to the arterio venus anastomoses and pre capillary sphincters relaxing so there will be plenty of blood circualting in the area, but no relief.

Best bet is to try Nizoral or T-Gel shampoo. These are expensive but are much better than the cosmetic shampoos you cna buy in supermarkets for controlling dandruff.

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I have some research on this dandruff. ANd I have come up with the least expensive solution for both scalp and beard hair.

Firstly Dandruff as you know happens more in winter than summer and this is esp because the blood circulation during winter to areas covered by hair goes down and a typically a person with oily skin has a greasy scalp during this period. This greasy scalp then becomes flaky and starts to shed as dandruff.

The secret to removing this condition is more blood circulation to the affected areas esp scalp or near and below the beard. To increase circulation the best option is that when taking a shower, try to alternate between hot and cold water on your scalp. This will immidiately lift blood circulation in the area and you will immidiately notice a change in dandruff.

A lot of sunshine on the scalp or beard will also reduce the incidence of dandruff because your skin will then sweat and blood circulation will naturally increase.

But since sunshine isn't always possible in winter, the alternating between cold and hot water idea is the best.

If you have dandruff you tend to have dry itchy skin. So you will scratch the area, this will cause irritation etc with the eventual result of the bodies inflammation reaction being invoked. This will lead to the arterio venus anastomoses and pre capillary sphincters relaxing so there will be plenty of blood circualting in the area, but no relief.

Best bet is to try Nizoral or T-Gel shampoo. These are expensive but are much better than the cosmetic shampoos you cna buy in supermarkets for controlling dandruff.

:) i know what that means :cool: lol... seriously though what did u jus say?

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MARYADA FOR KESH.

The only best solution for this problem of dandruff etc, is to wash your hair everyday with cold water (not very cold) with a anti dandruff shampoo. Then thoroughly dry your hair using a towel and then sparingly use a hair dryer. Once hair is thoroughly dry get 10 ml Desi Ghee and melt it in the microwave and then get somebody to thoroughly do a massage in your hair for about 20 mins. All the oil will absorb into your scalp you will get the feeling that your head has become BRAND NEW because of increased circulation and the head massage.

Donot do the idea that RAJU suggests of washing with cold and then with hot and then with cold etc this is crazy and will give you as cold/headache.

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I have some research on this dandruff. ANd I have come up with the least expensive solution for both scalp and beard hair.

Firstly Dandruff as you know happens more in winter than summer and this is esp because the blood circulation during winter to areas covered by hair goes down and a typically a person with oily skin has a greasy scalp during this period. This greasy scalp then becomes flaky and starts to shed as dandruff.

The secret to removing this condition is more blood circulation to the affected areas esp scalp or near and below the beard. To increase circulation the best option is that when taking a shower, try to alternate between hot and cold water on your scalp. This will immidiately lift blood circulation in the area and you will immidiately notice a change in dandruff.

A lot of sunshine on the scalp or beard will also reduce the incidence of dandruff because your skin will then sweat and blood circulation will naturally increase.

But since sunshine isn't always possible in winter, the alternating between cold and hot water idea is the best.

If you have dandruff you tend to have dry itchy skin. So you will scratch the area, this will cause irritation etc with the eventual result of the bodies inflammation reaction being invoked. This will lead to the arterio venus anastomoses and pre capillary sphincters relaxing so there will be plenty of blood circualting in the area, but no relief.

Best bet is to try Nizoral or T-Gel shampoo. These are expensive but are much better than the cosmetic shampoos you cna buy in supermarkets for controlling dandruff.

:) i know what that means :cool: lol... seriously though what did u jus say?

Ummm.... ok basically if you scratch too much the area gets red, that is a sign of inflammation. The reason for the area getting red is that the underlying capillary beds are full of blood. For the blood to get to the area the supply to the area is basically relaxed. The arteriol (artery supplying the area relaxes so blood rushes to the area), the pre capillary sphincters control blood flow to capillary beds and these also relax. Hey presto lots of blood in the area. The Arterio venous anastomoses I guess would dilate not relax to ensure the blood did not bypass the capillary beds on its way to the venule.

I am no medical expert but I am sure we have a biologist/physiologist and maybe a GP on the boards who can clarify what I have said is correct or garbage.

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MARYADA FOR KESH.

The only best solution for this problem of dandruff etc, is to wash your hair everyday with cold water (not very cold) with a anti dandruff shampoo. Then thoroughly dry your hair using a towel and then sparingly use a hair dryer. Once hair is thoroughly dry get 10 ml Desi Ghee and melt it in the microwave and then get somebody to thoroughly do a massage in your hair for about 20 mins. All the oil will absorb into your scalp you will get the feeling that your head has become BRAND NEW because of increased circulation and the head massage.

Donot do the idea that RAJU suggests of washing with cold and then with hot and then with cold etc this is crazy and will give you as cold/headache.

You ever been for a sauna ? Well you have a cold shower then into the sauna and repeat this every now and then. I have done this loads of times and never got a cold.

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I have some research on this dandruff. ANd I have come up with the least expensive solution for both scalp and beard hair.

Firstly Dandruff as you know happens more in winter than summer and this is esp because the blood circulation during winter to areas covered by hair goes down and a typically a person with oily skin has a greasy scalp during this period. This greasy scalp then becomes flaky and starts to shed as dandruff.

The secret to removing this condition is more blood circulation to the affected areas esp scalp or near and below the beard. To increase circulation the best option is that when taking a shower, try to alternate between hot and cold water on your scalp. This will immidiately lift blood circulation in the area and you will immidiately notice a change in dandruff.

A lot of sunshine on the scalp or beard will also reduce the incidence of dandruff because your skin will then sweat and blood circulation will naturally increase.

But since sunshine isn't always possible in winter, the alternating between cold and hot water idea is the best.

If you have dandruff you tend to have dry itchy skin. So you will scratch the area, this will cause irritation etc with the eventual result of the bodies inflammation reaction being invoked. This will lead to the arterio venus anastomoses and pre capillary sphincters relaxing so there will be plenty of blood circualting in the area, but no relief.

Best bet is to try Nizoral or T-Gel shampoo. These are expensive but are much better than the cosmetic shampoos you cna buy in supermarkets for controlling dandruff.

:) i know what that means :cool: lol... seriously though what did u jus say?

Ummm.... ok basically if you scratch too much the area gets red, that is a sign of inflammation. The reason for the area getting red is that the underlying capillary beds are full of blood. For the blood to get to the area the supply to the area is basically relaxed. The arteriol (artery supplying the area relaxes so blood rushes to the area), the pre capillary sphincters control blood flow to capillary beds and these also relax. Hey presto lots of blood in the area. The Arterio venous anastomoses I guess would dilate not relax to ensure the blood did not bypass the capillary beds on its way to the venule.

I am no medical expert but I am sure we have a biologist/physiologist and maybe a GP on the boards who can clarify what I have said is correct or garbage.

ooh acha i get u now :TH:

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I have been trying this 'wash in hot and then wash in cold water' method for more than a month now and for the first time this winter, I have no dandruff or itchy scalp. Earlier my scalp used to itch like crazy whenever I eat spicy food or walked some distance in winter.

Contrary to perception there I have no headache or cold.

Applying warm oil or desi ghee like lubricants have some issues like you need someone to massage the oil on the head. Because the objective of massage is again to increase the blood circulation to the area and one has to do it for a long time if it is to be affective in raising blood circulation. And sparing that amount of time might be a constraint sometimes for some people.

The main objective in any case is to increase blood circulation to the scalp.

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