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Traditional vs Conventional Methods for the Management of Dandruff

@inproceedings{Natarajan2017TraditionalVC,
  title={Traditional vs Conventional Methods for the Management of Dandruff},
  author={Kalaivani Natarajan and T. Lakshmi},
  year={2017}
}
Dandruff in general is the shedding of dead cells from the scalp region. It leads to flaking of skin with invisible inflammations. It usually peaks during teens; Dandruff affects aesthetic values and often causes itching. Hence, those who are affected by it find it to be a social and self esteem problem. Both traditional and conventional methods are available for the management of dandruff. The traditional methods involve home remedies like lemon and coconut oil massage, treatment with curd and… 

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