How to Remove Your Stubborn Dandruff in Just One Wash!

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Hello Ladies!



I understand that you’ve tried lots of hair care treatment to help you cleanse and remove hose stubborn dandruff and its getting you crazy when nothing happens (yeah I know the feeling).
That uncomfortable itchiness, those white flaky substance that keeps on falling onto your shoulder (it would be cool if it’s a snow!) but it not cool at all.

And you’ve tried many anti-dandruff shampoos and hair care in-a-bottle available over-the-counter, and I understand that some of you even undergone extensive treatment that yeah cost you a fortune.
But still nothing happens… right?

What only happen is that you got yourself broke.

But don’t you know that the best hair care solution for that stubborn dandruff is just lying around your Momma’s kitchen? And that even those crazily thick dandruff can be removed easily, and using a natural way.

And ladies, this doesn’t or even will never cost you an arm and leg to buy it.

Allow me to share you what my good Momma have taught me for years.


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I use Datu Puti Vinegar!

Ohh yeah it really works, and thanks for my Momma for sharing this secret!

Datu Puti Vinegar is made of sugar cane, and it is all natural. Most home have this in their kitchen because this is a household brand.


PS. This Datu Puti Vinegar is only available in the Philippines (and some neighbor country in Asia) and also the CHEAPEST, but YOU CAN USE only vinegar brands available near you. Sugar Cane Vinegar, Apple Cider Vinegar, Coconut Vinegar, etc...


So how can Datu Puti vinegar can help to remove your dandruff.

Simply pour a part of vinegar and dilute it with water. I use ½ cup of vinegar and dilute it with 1 cup of water.


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Do this simple method. After washing your hair with your favorite shampoo (don’t conditioned your hair first) pour your vinegar solution onto your scalp. Let it sit there for 15 to 30 minutes.

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In my case I let it sit up to an hour, depends on how much you don’t mind the slight hurting sensation on your scalp. But I assure you, that feeling is nothing compared to waxing.

Vinegar is a natural acid, so it understandable that it feels a bit hurting on scalp. Don’t worry it will never make you baldy, LOL

So while waiting, I got this video clip just to annoy you how much awesome this solution is:





The only down-side of this is the very sour scent, well of course it vinegar!


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When you starting feeling that hurting sensation on your scalp, it means the solution is working and get into your roots and unclogged your hair pores, cleaning up to the core. And it’s a good feeling!
After that, you can wash your hair thoroughly to remove the vinegar.

Towel dry your hair, and blow dry. You’ll see how much your hair looks so healthy ala-hair salon treatment.

Actually after washing conditioner is optional. You will see how much your hair becomes softer and smoother, though sometimes it might smell a bit sour but that’s okay. It will be gone after 2nd washing.


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I don’t know why, but it really makes my hair so soft and smooth and very easy to combed with. It’s like I’ve been to the hair salon for a hair treatment plus hair straightening.


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For just one (1) wash my dandruff problem is gone! I do this treatment once a month. But sometimes just to be thoroughly sure, I did this treatment up to twice a month. It expensive at all, you just need to a lot time for this treatment, and would only cost you like less than Php40.00 (or less than a dollar) for a bottle of this vinegar.

Just be careful not to irritate your eyes. A vinegar is a vinegar and you already know how irritating it is in your eyes.

You can also use other types of vinegar: either coconut vinegar, apple cider, or whatever.

I opt for Datu Puti vinegar coz it’s always available in our kitchen, plus very affordable.

PS. Another thing… if you have kiddos whose contemplating with hair lice (eeww!) Datu Puti vinegar is also a good remedy. Same method and procedure of application, and you will see how easy these lice will just fall / sliding down your kid’s hair (but yeah its kinda gross) and those lice eggs will be dead instantly, then you can easily remove it from hair strands.


Vinegar is a natural solution and perfectly safe for all types of scalps.



Have you tried the vinegar as your go-to haircare? How’s your experiences? Share it here!




xoxo, Blair




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53 LOVES AND COMMENTS:

  1. I've never heard of this vinegar before! I'll definitely have to remember this little trick the next time I'm suffering from dandruff!
    Kyla
    Wanderlustkyla.com

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    1. Hello! You can use any type of vinegar. This vinegar I've used is made of sugarcane, the cheapest vinegar available in the Philippines :D

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    2. Never had dandruff issues, but my son gets lots of dandruff. This will help him.

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  2. I have never used anything like this but, it does seem like none of the shampoos really work so but well. Will have to share this!

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    1. Thanks Jehava! This is a perfect home remedy for dandruffs, even hair lice :D

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  3. I LOVE using ACV (Apple Cider Vinegar) as a go-to hair product for my hair. I went no conditioner, no shampoo for a while and baking soda and ACV is what I would occasionally use to clean :)

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    1. Hello Tessa,

      I also use ACV to my hair, I make it my toner, and even I drink it, lol to help my digestion and its good! Coz its natural vinegar :D

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  4. Your hair is beautiful! I wish they sold that product here!

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    1. Hello Divya,

      You don't have to use the exact brand/label. Any type of vinegar will do!

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  5. Thankfully, I don't deal with dandruff too much but there is usually a week or so during the really cold months that I do. Thanks for sharing this, I'll have to try it this winter.

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    1. Hello Krystal,

      Even without dandruff, you can use vinegar to naturally condition your hair. Believe me it looks and feels like you went to a hair treatment after washing your hair with vinegar :) And its cheaper!

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  6. Our little one is only a few months old and has cradle cap- we've been using coconut oil and some essential oils to help her and its awesome! Maybe it would work for dandruff too? I have no idea!

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    1. Hello Meg!

      Yeah coconut oil works too but it tends to become greasy. I remember my Mom did wash our hair with coconut milk (to make our hair more healthier and stronger) then wash and soak it in vinegar (for thorough cleaning), and hella it works! Maybe that's the main reason why we still don't have white hairs, lol.

      The only awkward thing is, it looks like you are cooking your hair with vinegar, lol

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  7. It seems that vinegar is the key to so many problems. I don't suffer from dandruff myself, but if I ever had the problem, I would try this approach.

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    1. I know right, you can use vinegar for cooking, body cleansing, and even home cleaning!

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  8. Should I mix it with water or apply just the way it is? My skin is very sensitive and I'm a bit worried that clean vinegar will make it even worse.

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    1. Ideally you have to mix 1 part of vinegar and 1 part of water. Since vinegar is a natural solution, it is rare occasion that someone might got allergies with it. If you are brave enough and wants instant quickie result, you may use pure vinegar - vinegar per se contains water so no need to worry. :D

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  9. Great hair. I'd never heard of this type of vinegar. So trying this.

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    1. its a sugarcane vinegar, but you can use apple cider or coconut vinegar..

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  10. Many people have recommended I add vinegar to my hair regime, but I've never know why. Thanks for filling me in on what I've been missing!

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    1. Its an effective clarifying agent for our hair, and its all natural :D Try it!

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  11. How interesting. Love how multi-purpose vinegar is. While I don't suffer from dandruff, I will share with this friends who do!

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  12. I always swear by coconut oil for anything hair related. It makes my hair so soft and shiny.

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    1. Coconut oil works too no doubt, but when you use coconut oil and you are living in a tropics like here in Asia.. ohh my! My head smells like a cooking oil! LOL

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  13. That's a really interesting thing to know, I'd never thought to use that. Say thanks to your momma from me ;-) Nikki x

    www.twentysomethingmuddle.com

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    1. Using Vinegar for all types of cleansing is the cheapest hack I've learned and it works :D

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  14. Your hair looks fabulous! I need to try this because yes, I do get dandruff sometimes.

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    1. Hello dear, yeah you should. Any type of vinegar can cleanse :)

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  15. This is awesome. I wish we had that product here. I never used to have dandruff before, but I think now that I'm living in a colder area, my skin and scalp get dry!

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    1. Hello Divya,

      You can use any brand and type of vinegar!

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  16. I've never had an issue with dandruff but this looks like a helpful fix for those that do struggle!

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    1. You can also use diluted vinegar as substitute for your vaginal wash.

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  17. Okay, this is awesome! I'm gonna give it a try tomorrow, positive. I'll use Apple cider, since this isn't available around here. Thanks so much, Blair!

    xoxo
    Radhika
    Expressing Life

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    1. Hello Rahika,

      Apple cider is also good! It's also good in digestion when you drink it, of course mixed in your water.

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  18. Wow that is literally the last thing I would expect to use on my hair! I will have to bare this in mind for the future if I evr get dandruff

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    1. Hello Anosa,

      Even you don't have a dandruff but you want to clarify your hair, you can wash it with vinegar. It will make your hair softer but stronger.

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  19. Vinegar? I'm ok with using it but, not so eager after you mentioned the tingling sensation. It would be nice to use a natural product and have better, longer results then a traditional shampoo. Cheers to your mom for sharing her knowledge.

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    1. Hello Rose,

      That tingling sensation is the indication that vinegar is working on your scalp. And PS. vinegar is a natural fermented product.

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  20. I've never heard of this vinegar but I must find it!! I use organic apple cider vinegar in my hair sometimes, but this sounds great!

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    1. Apple cider, sugar cane vinegar, coconut vinegar, whatever type of vinegar is good for scalp and hair.

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  21. This was a very helpful post. I haven't tried vinegar in my hair yet. Your hair looks gorgeous though.

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  22. Wow, how about that! Vinegar has so many good uses, but I would have never have thought to use it to remove dandruff. Thanks for sharing and it's such a bonus it being a natural product.

    Lennae xxx
    www.lennaesworld.com

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  23. I need this. Can you get it in the U.S.? I want to try it.

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    1. Hello Valeris,

      Am not sure if this exact brand is available in the US. But you can use any brand of vinegar that you have, chose made of sugarcane or coconut, apple cider works. too.

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  24. Never heard of vinegar as a remedy to remove dandruff. Thanks for sharing this incredible home-made remedy with us! Also Blair, you've such a beautiful hair!

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    1. Thank you Ana!

      Now I have official a mermaid's hair in black! Its now down to my waist :)

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  25. I've used this trick! In my house we use a mixture of coconut oil, vinegar, lemon juice, and then spray it on the scalp. It definitely works but I wish the results lasted longer.

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    1. Yeah, but this is much cheaper means that using anti-dandruff shampoos, which are expensive.

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  26. Thanks for these beauty tips. I will keep them in mind in case I need them in the future.

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    1. You can also use vinegar to clean your house and bathroom!

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