Recently, I have been going to the gym at night then showering afterwards. I then end up ting my hair back and going about my business. My hair ends up getting a little, well dandruffy. So that stinks.
I ended up searching for home remedies to quickly get rid of it.
One suggestion, that I thought made sense, was rubbing baking soda on it. It changes the pH of your scalp and, because it's abrasive, will dislodge any flakes.
Sadly it has left my hair a little duller and with a lot more fly-aways.
Of course I once again look into natural remedies (tend to be cheap and already in the house).
While looking into the large array of sites that offer the suggestions of what to put into your hair, (ie: mayo, oil, vinegar, honey, eggs, etc.) I found that this site explained it very well. The blogger, Becky, does a good job separating the different types of conditioners (acids, proteins, and oils) and explains each types purpose.
Hopefully, the results of this search will solve my current hair issues without creating any new ones. (I learned I need to put proteins in my hair to solve my issues. #fingerscrossed)