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Dandruff Remedy: Cheap Simple and Easy

Dandruff can have many causes. It can be caused by dry scalp which leads to flaking and the excessive shedding of dead skin cells of the scalp.

Dandruff Remedy

Dandruff Remedy

Dandruff can also be caused by skin conditions like eczema, seborrheic dermatitis or psoriasis. In some cases, it can be the result of an overgrowth of a fungus called malassezia – speeding up the lifespan of skin cells in your scalp and thereby irritating it.

There are a lot of anti-dandruff shampoos available in the market and each of them contain chemicals that are supposed to help you get rid of dandruff – whatever the cause is. Still, going natural won’t hurt and will probably be the anti-dandruff remedy you’re looking for without having to spend much.

  • Baking Soda

Simply rub baking soda onto your wet hair and rinse off. Do not use shampoo while you are doing this treatment. Baking soda will help release the natural oils from your scalp and will restore your scalp to normal – without the flakes of course! You will initially have to deal with dry hair but it will all get better.

  • Coconut Oil and Lemon Juice

Try mixing 1 tablespoon of juice squeezed out from fresh lemons and 5 tablespoons of coconut oil. Mix them well and apply to your scalp. The lemon juice will help relieve itching while the coconut oil is a pretty good hair moisturizer. Massage onto scalp and leave for about 20 minutes. Rinse it off thoroughly and wash your hair again with shampoo.

  • Vinegar

After shampooing your hair, rinse it with a mixture of 2 cups of apple cider vinegar and 2 cups of cold water. You can also use apple cider vinegar alone and massage it onto your scalp and rinse off.


4 Alternative Ways to Relief Constipation



Ever felt like wanting to go but something seems to be holding you back? If you feel bloated and always full with a weirdly round tummy, then you must be constipated. Constipation is not only bothersome and uncomfortable but it is also very much unhealthy. Here are a few tips to help prevent being constipated.

  • Keep yourself hydrated. Drink enough fluids everyday – about 8 to 10 glasses of non-alcoholic and non-caffeinated beverages. Try fresh juices like apple juice and apple cider, orange juice, pineapple juice and others if you are not a fan of water. Keep off softdrinks, coffee and alcoholic beverages.
  • Include vegetables and fruits in your diet. Vegetables and fruits contain fiber which can help regulate your bowel movement. Also, some fruits like ripe bananas and vegetables like rhubarb are natural laxatives.
  • If you already have constipation, try taking some blackstrap molasses. Take 2 tablespoons of blackstrap molasses before going to bed. It is not advisable to get a dose of blackstrap molasses everyday though, because of its high calorie content. Most people do not like its taste so you might want to mix it with other juices that have strong flavors.
  • Much like blackstrap molasses is honey – a high calorie natural laxative. You can mix 1 tablespoon of honey with water or apple cider. Drink one mixture of this combination three times a day.

Try taking in oil. You can directly take 2 to 3 tablespoons of vegetable oil like soybean and safflower each day. If directly consuming oil is too much for you, try to include it in salads by mixing it with herbs, lemon juice or even vinegar. The oil provides lubrication in the intestines and will help regulate bowel movement.

I hope you find these alternative way useful to relief constipation. If you have tried these methods, please tell me how these methods work for you. Get more articles at Natural Health Care Reviews

Asthma Relief: Simple and Easy Home Remedies

Asthma relief

Asthma relief

People who suffer from asthma can belong to either the allergic or the non-allergic type. The allergic type of asthma has allergens as their trigger for an asthma attack.

This can include pet dander, dust and dust mites and pollen among others. The non-allergic type of asthma has other triggers like stressful situations, strong odors and perfumes and even laughing! The most important thing to keep in mind if you would like to prevent an asthma attack is to stay away from these trigger factors.

For those who have the allergic type of asthma, it is advisable not to have pets especially furry ones like dogs, cats, guinea pigs and even birds. If you already have a pet, it is recommended that you don’t pet them frequently and to use wipes that remove pet dander on them regularly.

Your house should also be kept clean. Avoid sweeping the floor as it can send dust and dust mites flying across the room. Use a vacuum cleaner instead. For people who have the non-allergic type of asthma, it is best to eat a well balanced diet, get enough rest and avoid any form of stress.

Do not use strong perfume and stay away from people who do so. Avoid smoke by wearing a mask. Aside from these, you may also make use of the following ingredients for asthma relief at home:

  • Coffee
  • Garlic
  • Ginger
  • Onions
  • Chili Pepper
  • Yogurt
  • Mustard Oil
  • Honey
  • Orange Juice
  • Eucalyptus Oil
  • Salmon
  • Lemon
  • Peppermint Extract
  • Figs

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How Shrinking those Facial Pores Naturally

Facial pores

Facial pores

I know women do care about their humongous facial pores? Well..at least I know one of my friend do care about.  Of course I won’t reveal who she is….Anyway here are a few tried and tested tricks that you can do at home to minimize them and eventually make them invisible.

  • Ice and Ice Water

Upon waking up in the morning, place ice cubes in a plastic container and wrap with a towel. Apply this cold compress to problematic areas of the face. If you don’t mind the shock, you can also go all out by washing up with ice water every morning. Instead of placing the ice cubes in a plastic container, place them in a bowl or a basin and add some water. Use the ice water to wash your entire face.

  • Tomato Juice

Tomato juice is proven to be very good for the skin especially if ingested. However, tomato juice can also be applied externally. Before going to bed at night, squeeze the juice out of fresh tomatoes and apply it to your face. Leave it on for around 15 minutes and rinse off with lukewarm water.

  • Lemon Juice + Egg Whites

Mix the egg whites of one egg with 3 drops of juice squeezed out from fresh lemon. Ensure that the combination is thoroughly mixed and apply it onto your face. Leave on for 15 minutes and rinse off with cold water.

  • Lemon Juice + Honey + Sugar

Use one part of juice squeezed out from fresh lemon and one part of honey. Add in half part sugar and mix thoroughly. Apply it onto face and massage your face gently. The sugar will exfoliate dead skin cells while the lemon juice and honey combination will help minimize those pores. Leave on for 5 minutes and rinse off.

Let me know how these works for you? If it works for you, please share your experience with my readers. Don’t forget to browse my other articles on my website you may interested.

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