I'm a hair expert – four ways to get rid of dandruff at home without spending a fortune | The Sun

NOTHING ruins a sleek hairdo quite like dandruff does.

The pesky flakes can be irritating, both literally on your scalp but also to deal with.

Whether you're dealing with a few dry flakes here and there or are constantly finding white flakes in your hair and on your shoulders.

There are a few ways to get rid of dandruff, but most of them aren't exactly cheap.

If you want to tackle your dandruff at home, there are some methods you try at home.

DIY hair-mask

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If you've got any stray avocados in your fridge they can be used to make a fruity hair-mask.

Simply mash together with bananas to create your own cooling mask and massage into your scalp, leaving to sit for 30 minutes.

The antioxidants from the avocados will help sooth and nourish your scalp.

Tea tree oil

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This healing oil is great for soothing irritation and adding moisture to dry scalps.

Before you wash you hair normally, just mix a few drops of tea tree oil with one tablespoon of olive oil.

Massage gently but thoroughly into your scalp and leave it for 10-20 minutes and then rinse and wash your hair as normal.

Apple cider vinegar

Mix roughly equal amounts of apple cider vinegar and water and evenly coat your scalp with the solution and leave for 15 minutes.

Since apple cinder vinegar is a natural anti-inflammatory its perfect you itchy and dry scalps that need some TLC.

The handy mix should also prevent more bacteria growing on your scalp, thanks to it's high acidity levels.

Lemon juice

Lemon juice is known to lighten hair, so make sure to dilute with a few drops of water and stay out of the sun while the solution gets to work, unless of course you fancy being blonde for summer.

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Since lemon juice is a great natural antiseptic it works perfectly for dandruff sufferers.

Pour the mix on to your scalp and wait five minutes before rinsing well.

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