To treat eyebrow dandruff, use a medicated shampoo on the area, then apply a good moisturizer before going to bed, states TotalBeauty.com. Be careful not to get either the shampoo or the moisturizer in the eyes. The moisturizer keeps the skin hydrated, minimizing flaking.Continue Reading
Although dandruff has a huge list of possible causes, it is most likely to occur in people who already have dry, irritated skin. Comb the eyebrows regularly with a special brush to help the skin shed. People with seborrheic dermatitis or irritated, oily skin develop dandruff as well, explains MNT. Dandruff also occurs as a reaction to hair or skin products, so consider switching facial cleansers to something less drying.
Treatment depends on the severity of dandruff. Ideally, shampoo the eyebrows every day until the flakes disappear, then use the shampoo only when needed. Over time, a shampoo becomes less effective. When this happens, switch to another brand. Anti-dandruff shampoos contain a combination of zinc pyrithione, selenium sulphide, coal tar and salicylic acids, according to MNT. Tea tree oil is also a popular anti-fungal ingredient, but some people are allergic, so test the shampoo first before applying it to the scalp or face. Make sure to leave the shampoo on the eyebrows for at least five minutes to allow the ingredients enough time to work.Learn more about Skin Conditions