Choose a mild shampoo
Most anti-dandruff shampoos can leave your hair dry and stripped of \nits natural moisture. Using a shampoo that can treat your dandruff \nwithout damaging your hair is key. You may have to try several products \nto figure out which one suits your hair type best. Use a mild shampoo \nthat is not harsh on your hair.
Try home remedies
Applying fermented curd, oiling your hair regularly and eating right \ncan solve your dandruff woes to a large extent. Reduce\nconsumption of sugary foods and yeast - and add proteins, whole grains, \nlegumes and other vegetables rich in B vitamins and zinc to your diet.
Natural hair is best
Avoid colouring or streaking your hair if you suffer from a dandruff \nproblem - it will only worsen your problem. Even heat styling products \ncan add further damage, so you should try and avoid them as much as \npossible.