There are a number of cost-effective and easy-to-apply home treatments for a dry scalp, such as crushing up aspirin and mixing it in with normal shampoo. Aspirin contains salicylic acid, which is also found in most medic... More »

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Some homemade oil treatments for a dry scalp include using an olive oil mask, a mixture of coconut oil and honey, and a few drops of tea tree oil mixed with a carrier oil. Jojoba and sesame seed oils are also great optio... More »

Home treatments for crusty scalp include applying a small amount of mineral oil, petroleum jelly or baby oil directly to the scalp to loosen scales, explains WebMD. Patients can also treat a crusty scalp by gently scrubb... More »

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One treatment for an itchy scalp includes using over-the-counter shampoo containing selenium. For acute cases of dandruff and itchiness, other treatments include medicated foam, prescription-strength antifungal shampoo o... More »

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Treatment options for a dry, itchy scalp due to seborrheic dermatitis or dandruff include topical cortisone, prescription antifungal shampoos, and over-the-counter shampoos that contain zinc pyrithione or selenium, accor... More »

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A dry, flaky scalp can be caused by a number of skin conditions, including seborrheic dermatitis, scalp psoriasis and eczema, as stated by WebMD. The result of each of these conditions is dandruff, tiny white flakes of d... More »

Individuals suffering from bunions may seek relief at home by applying ice to the joint or taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen or aspirin, according to WebMD. They should also wear roomy shoes w... More »

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