Aspirin is one of the most widely used pain-killers and many people very often use it to soothe their headache, toothache, or any other type of pain. However, not many people know that this popular over-the-counter drug contains some substances that help with lots of other things, besides relieving pain. Continue reading and check out the non-medicinal ways to use aspirin!
1. Dandruff Warrior
Knowing that it contains salicylic acid, it‘s very effective at reducing the formation of dandruff in the hair. Dr. Joshua Zeichner says that applying the combination of shampoo and aspirin onto the scalp is reducing scalp inflammation which is the main cause of dandruff. Moreover, it helps exfoliate the flakes on the skin!
All you have to do is crush 2-3 aspirins, and then add them to your shampoo and massage well the scalp. Let it work for around 5 minutes and afterwardswash it off.
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