Lavender Oil: Using lavender oil on dandruff August 07 2013

Lavender oil is an essential oil that comes from the flowering plant (Lavandula angustifolia). This plant is native to the western part of Mediterranean - primarily in the Pyrenees and some other mountain regions in Spain. This essential oil has been used for centuries now throughout many cultures for its medicinal purposes, including treating dandruff.

Dandruff is a common problem and certainly can be embarrassing and frustrating. A good way to handle flakes is to apply lavender essential oil on your scalp.

There are various kinds of treatment for dandruff but the best natural and effective way to cure flakes is the lavender essential oil. This plant oil extract helps you get rid of dandruff with a calming scent. The lavender can help normalize the skin, and by making the skin balanced, it can end the flaking that occurs with dandruff.

 

How to treat dandruff with lavender oil:

First, wet your hair and pat dry with a towel. Place 15 drops of a pure lavender oil, such as Days Island lavender oil, in the palm of your hand and rub your hands together to warm it. Massage the oil into your entire scalp.. After you have applied the oil on your scalp, leave it there for a minimum of 1 hour, maximum of 2 hours. Then wash your hair with the shampoo you prefer. For best results do this 3 times every week for two consecutive months .

As with any topical or internal use of essential oils, check with your doctor before beginning any sort of regimen.