Fri, 08 Dec 2023

New Delhi [India], September 16 (ANI/Mediawire): When Bollywood star Ali Fazal announced, 'I desperately want to get rid of 'snowfall'' on social media, everyone got curious. What has happened? Why has Ali Fazal suddenly taken a dislike to the oh-so-romantic snowfall? Not only us, but even the Twitter world was also all agog. His post spread like wildfire with fans giving him a tremendous response. Has he already grown tired of winter, even before the season was upon us, his fans wanted to know.

Social media was abuzz with speculation - fans exchanged memes, and opined that it could have something to do with his upcoming movie, whereas others felt that he was hinting at something else. It could be a code word, a secret he doesn't want to share yet. But his fans were very eager to know and in guesswork posted series of interesting memes and messages. The entire episode became so interesting that led to trending #AliEndsSnowFall on Twitter.

However, he later revealed on Instagram that he put up that cryptic post because he was too embarrassed to admit that he suffered from a severe case of dandruff, which fell like "snowfall" all around his shoulders on his dress. There was such an overwhelming response to this post! It was as if almost everyone empathised with Ali and the problem he was facing.

Okay... so, this was the real issue. Well, we knew that Ali was not alone in feeling helpless about getting rid of his dandruff, that almost half the human population was afflicted with dandruff at some stage in their lives. So to help him and all of you out there, we spoke to the experts.

What is dandruff?

Dandruff, the itchy scalp flaking, often confused with seborrheic dermatitis and other scaly-scalp conditions, is characterized by uncontrollable itching and flaky scalp. So, when you scratch, the skin flakes more and falls down all around you like a 'snowfall' often leaving tell-tale evidence on your clothes all around the shoulders.

A deep-rooted problem: Dandruff

Dandruff is not about physical symptoms alone. It also causes a lot of mental stress. Most people recoil at the sight of someone with snowfall flakes on their shoulders, causing you immense emotional trauma. You feel embarrassed about the flaking; you go to great lengths (such as wearing only white clothes) to hide it. You avoid standing close to someone or being under bright lights. Some of us even resort to permanently wearing a cap or bandanna to avoid social shaming, exclusion and embarrassment.

If left untreated, dandruff not only leads to hair fall, thinning of hair and scalp infections induced by our nails scratching the itch, but also emotional scarring. Constant public shaming erodes your self-confidence and, ultimately the very quality of your life.

Do anti-dandruff products work?

The market is flooded with 'anti-dandruff' products and most of you must have tried everything out there. But all those 'anti-dandruff' products - shampoos, creams, serums, oils - only provide short-term relief. However, experts also warn that if you use very strong products, with the aim of only curing dandruff, you risk harming your hair and scalp, eyes and skin. Dry skin, rough and dry hair, irritated reddish skin, and temporary hair loss are some of the common side effects reported by those who regularly use over-the-counter anti-dandruff products. In fact, some chemicals present in those products could actually aggravate hair loss.

Of course, you can try home remedies like applying curd, or onion paste. But they are messy, and often you with a smelly scalp.

So, what is the right solution to fighting dandruff?

So, what is the solution?

What if we told you there is a tried and tested solution to eliminate dandruff forever? That Ayurveda is the right and only answer? And what if we told you the only thing you need to get rid of up to 100% dandruff forever is Kesh King? It is an anti-dandruff shampoo powered with curd and lemon and free from all harmful chemicals and toxins.

Already the favourite of many and known for its expertise in stopping hair fall, Kesh King has come up with a new Ayurvedic anti-dandruff shampoo now. A powerful shampoo that is gentle on the hair and scalp and yet takes care of hair fall and dandruff at one go; Kesh King will make your hair silky, shiny, and smooth within the first three times you use it.

Kesh King: Pros and Cons

There are no cons to this product. When you use Kesh King Ayurvedic shampoo, you don't have to compromise between having lustrous hair and getting rid of dandruff.

So now, let's look at the pros of using Kesh King

- It is a complete hair care solution in itself

- Since it is an Ayurvedic formulation, it has no side effects whatsoever

- It reduces hair fall, removes dandruff upto 100%

- Leaves your hair smooth and shining with health

- It is suitable for all hair types

- It is free from paraben

- It is cruelty-free and FDA approved

What makes Kesh King so good?

Kesh King is India's No. 1 Ayurvedic hair fall brand known for its expertise in hair problem solutions, especially hair fall. It is trusted by crore of people. They already have a range of Ayurvedic oils, shampoos and conditions, and condition-specific capsules. Their latest offering is the Ayurvedic anti-dandruff range. The Kesh King anti-dandruff shampoo, infused with the goodness of curd and lemon, is power-packed with 21 Ayurvedic herbs, the combination of which reduces dandruff upto 100 per cent, keeps your scalp healthy, and hair shining and lustrous. So, stop worrying about how to get rid of your dandruff, and go buy Kesh King anti-dandruff shampoo today from:

Moreover, don't forget to check out Ali's video revealing the all-new Kesh King Ayurvedic Anti-Dandruff Shampoo - check the link below:

This story has been provided by Mediawire. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content in this article. (ANI/Mediawire)

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