Itchy Scalp Treatment during Rainy Days

Itchy Scalp Treatment during Rainy Days

30-06-2015   |   Posted By: Vivek Singh   |   9656 View(s)

Each season has its wonders and woes, and monsoon is no exception. While summer comes with the mandatory body odour and winter with its dry skin, monsoon scares with its skin irritation, smelly feet, and itchy scalp. The itchy scalp can occur due to many reasons- from miserable dietary habits to negligence over hair care. But the effects are always the same- scratchy head and hair loss. There are other evils like- dry scalp, stressful lifestyle, fungus and the sebaceous cyst that can cause itchy scalp. Here we discuss the causes and  the remedies available for Itchy Scalp Treatment

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Causes of Itchy Scalp During Rainy Days


Though dandruff is a common worry in winters, the monsoon is also not far behind for this menace. A vast demography falls under the attack of dandruff ranging from 5-50-year-olds. The reason for dandruff is pretty well known. When the sebaceous glands grow more vigorous, they lead to the accumulation of dull skin scales on the scalp, which forms flaky dandruff. It comes with itching.


Seborrheic Dermatitis

A skin disease that affects the scalp and is found mostly among people at the wrong side of 50. The symptoms start from scarlet patches that gradually tend to form golden and oily scales which are later converted to crusts. This disease not only leads to itchy scalp, but it can also contaminate ear, armpit, mid-chest area and groin.

Parasitic Conditions

School going children of a hot and humid country like India are mostly prone to this. Parasitic conditions mean the breakout of lice, eggs of lice and nits on the scalp of children. Sharing of hair care tools, proximity with an affected person, hair care negligence lead to such conditions during monsoon. These damages invariably come with itching scalp.

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Tinea Capitis

This condition is the example of the formation of fungal creatures damaging the hair follicles. This can be of two types- one is inflammatory, and the other is non-inflammatory. While the inflammatory one is accompanied with boils and skin eruptions, the non-inflammatory one comes with scarlet patches. It happens when a person shares hair care tools and accessories with a victim unknowingly. Even proximity with germ-laden animals and soil patches can lead to this.

Inflammatory Conditions

This is commonly known as psoriasis that takes place along the hairline of the victim. It is followed by patches and itching scalp, especially when the weather is wet and humid.

Home Remedies for Itchy Scalp Treatment

If you encounter itchy scalp in the months of monsoon, then don’t fret. You don’t need to spend a bomb on hair care treatment. Just following some basic home-made remedies will do. Some of them are listed below

Tea Tree Oil

Whether you mix 20 drops of it with a baby shampoo or add it proportionately with any vegetable oil- this wonderful aromatic oil works miraculously in eliminating itchy scalp.

Lemon Juice

Whenever you face dandruff eruption, rub a slice of lemon directly on your scalp, keep it for five minutes and then wash your scalp off. You can also prepare a hair pack with lemon juice and yogurt. The antiseptic property of citrus is the remedy for dandruff.

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Baking Soda

Like your skin, your scalp also needs scrubbing to shoo away dandruff and what’s a better way to do it than investing upon a paste of baking soda and water? Just leave it for 15 minutes followed by a wash can work wonders on itchy scalps.


A hair pack of two ripe bananas and an avocado has moisturising properties that have a nourishing effect on inflammatory patches on the scalp. Leaving it on your hair for half-an-hour before the wash is enough to remove dandruff and itchiness.

Apple Cider Vinegar

A tonic of apple cider vinegar with water is effective to kill yeast and virus and stopping the process of the scalp itching. Leaving the pack for 10 minutes before washing is the norm. Applying it with cotton balls makes the process easier.

Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil

Massaging scalp with virgin coconut oil for 15 minutes is one of the quickest ways to kill itchy scalp.

Sesame Oil

Sesame oil has 3-in-1 properties- nourishing, curing and moisturising an itchy scalp. Massage the scalp with warm sesame seed oil and wash it off gently.

Witch Hazel

If you blow-dry or colour your hair excessively, then it may lead to itchiness on the scalp. Preparing a paste of Witch Hazel herb with water and keeping it there for a few minutes before washing- will heal the itchiness.

So Hope these tips will help to take care of itchy Scalp effectively. If you do like the article please do share it with your Friends and Family and put in a word or two in the comment Section below.

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