Dr Oz: Apple Cider Vinegar Dandruff Recipe & What Causes Eye Boogers

By on October 18, 2012

Dr Oz: What’s Your Problem?

What health problem is driving you crazy? Leave it to Dr Oz to come up with the most creative, out there solutions to everyday irritants. Of course, he will also know whether what’s bothering you is more serious than it might seem. Check out the Apple Cider Vinegar Dandruff Recipe from this show and find out what causes eye boogers.

If you suffer from Dandruff, you don’t have to give up on wearing black. Many viewers have complained they can’t seem to shake the stuff, but Dr Oz thinks he can help people find the answer they’ve been looking for.

Dr Oz: Chronic Dandruff Causes

Dr Oz: Apple Cider Vinegar Dandruff Recipe & What Causes Eye Boogers

Dr Oz tackled some of your chronic complaints, featuring an Apple Cider Vinegar Dandruff Recipe; what causes Eye Boogers & the cure.

Jamyrna showed Dr Oz how the dandruff flakes off her shoulders. She can’t seem to get results with any products out there, so she tends to wear a baseball cap when she leaves the house.

It was purple glove time as Dr Oz showed her how dandruff flakes off the scalp and becomes noticeable (and embarrassing). Jamyrna said she has even gotten the nickname Snowflake from her husband (how loving!).

Fast Fix: Dr Oz Apple Cider Vinegar Dandruff Recipe

Apple Cider Vinegar smells terrible, and for good reason. It can be a dandruff remedy by changing the acidity of your scalp. That’s the metric that determines whether the fungus responsible for your dandruff will grow.

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1/4 cup Water

Directions

  1. Combine ingredients in a spray bottle.
  2. Apply liberally to hair, mixing it into the scalp.
  3. Wrap your hair in a towel and let sit for 15 minutes.
  4. Rinse the Apple Cider Vinegar out in the shower.
  5. Repeat this twice a week until symptoms subside.

Dr Oz: What Causes Eye Boogers?

Are you one of the many Dr Oz fans who wakes up with crusty eyes in the morning? One woman called them “eye boogers,” and she thinks they’re gross. Is it genetic? What causes this problem?

Dr Oz met Nikki, who believes her “eye boogers” are worse than anyone else’s. Her eyes are glazed over when she wakes up in the morning. But you don’t have to take my word for it: “It’s goopy on the inside and crusty on the outside,” Nikki said. That is an amazingly gross description. She can’t remember how long she’s had this problem.

Tears are what naturally lubricate our eyes under normal conditions. Blinking is supposed to clear away dirt and other microbial material that can accumulate throughout the day. But when you’re asleep, you can’t blink this material away.

Dr Oz: Saline Drops Cure Eye Boogers

Goop and goo can dry up and accumulate in the corners of your eyes. That’s where eye boogers come from. Is that a medical term?

The fast solution for this problem is as simple as Saline Eye Drops, which aren’t just for contact lens wearers. “Put a drop in each eye before you go to bed. It’ll lubricate this area. It’ll thin it out more,” Dr Oz said.

This should make eye booger sufferers wake up without that unpleasant way to start the day. Will you be trying either of these solutions? Let me know how they work in the comments section.

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