Dandruff is one of the most common hair problems, affecting one in two people,50% of the world’s population. It usually occurs as a result of the overproduction of dead skin, but it can be caused by many other factors, such as winter air that causes dry skin, a diet lacking in vitamins, and harsh chemicals found in unhealthy shampoos. Fortunately, dandruff is treatable, and there are some effective methods to get rid of it permanently. How do we get rid of dandruff?
When trying to research the real cause of dandruff, we do not find any reasons that have been reached,but we have some theories about this.
Cortex appears more in the winter than in the summer, and people who suffer from dandruff also have a vitamin D deficiency. Dandruff is also an imbalance between fungi and bacteria in the skin. One type of skin fungus called “Malassezia” grows more than twice when the crust is formed, and its growth increases. These fungi feed on fats and thus cause the appearance of crust on the skin
The growth of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria on the skin has increased and antibiotics may help alleviate this, but not for long because the crust will soon reappear. Steroids (cortisone) may also help, but not for long. The problem with steroids is that they suppress the immune system and this makes room for disease-causing microbes to grow in the body due to the absence of immune defenses.
A deficiency in the level of zinc is observed in people who suffer from dandruff, but there is additional data that is not usually recognized by specialists (Mycobiota).
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