She Rubs Aspirin Into Her Hair. The Reason? Did You Know It Could Do All This?

She Rubs Aspirin Into Her Hair. The Reason? Did You Know It Could Do All This?

She Rubs Aspirin Into Her Hair. The Reason? Did You Know It Could Do All This?

Aspirin is the mostly used remedy nowadays which people take to relieve pain such as headache, toothache and period pain, as well as to treat cold and flu symptoms and reduce fever. But, have you heard that aspirin can provide numerous other less known benefits? Here we’re presenting you how you can benefit in many different ways by using this common over-the-counter drug called aspirin!

Anti-Dandruff

Aspirin is abundant in salicylic acid so it’s extremely effective in fighting dandruff. Dr. Joshua Zeichnerf claims that a simple treatment of applying crushed aspirin mixed with shampoo on your scalp and massaging it gently will significantly reduce scalp inflammation, which the doctors claim is the most common cause of dandruff. Plus, aspirin helps exfoliate flakes that also form on your scalp.

The method is very simple. Just crush 2-3 aspirins then mix them with your shampoo. Apply the mixture on your scalp and massage for about 5 minutes. Rinse off as usual.

Better Skin Quality

The salicylic acid content in aspirin can also improve your skin quality by removing dead cells and excess sebum from the skin. Aspirin has proved to be extremely beneficial against psoriasis and acne because it unclogs pores and lessens swelling, redness, and skin lesions.

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My name is Sarah, I am a weight watchers member since 2005 and a lifetime member since 2007... I lost more than 112 lbs in the first 2 years... and now weight watchers became for me a lifestyle and not a diet.

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