2. Stay Healthy
Improving your overall health is essential to dandruff prevention as it can protect you from other illnesses. Follow a balanced diet that provides enough zinc to help boost your immune system, and vitamin B, which promotes cell growth and prevents infections.
Exercising regularly helps as it can reduce stress. It can also boost the overall health of your skin by increasing the circulation of blood throughout your body, bringing more oxygen and nutrients to your cells.
3. Better Scalp Care
Excessive use of hair products can lead to build-up on your scalp and cause your scalp to produce more oil. Shampooing regularly is another good form of dandruff prevention as it can reduce the oiliness of your scalp and help loosen and lessen flakes.
Likewise, you can also use a special shampoo (clarifying shampoo) that can remove excess product on the hair.
4. Get Sunlight
You’re probably thinking, doesn’t UV light damage skin? You aren’t wrong as too much sunlight does damage skin. However, 10-15 minutes of sunlight a day can help in the production of vitamin D in the body. The right amount of sunlight helps against dandruff because it can suppress the fungus that causes some cases of dandruff and other skin conditions like seborrhoeic dermatitis.