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Scalp Conditions – Cause & Care: Eczema, Dandruff, Dermatitis | ***Tip Tuesday***

Scalp Conditions – Cause & Care: Eczema, Dandruff, Dermatitis | ***Tip Tuesday***

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I hope you enjoyed this Tip Tuesday on the cause and care for scalp conditions like Eczema, Seborrheic Dermatitis, and Dandruff. Check back every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday for a new upload.

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11 Comments
  • nvrnakednails1
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

    Very informative video! I have a very neutral scalp, but my son doesn't. About a year ago he had a lot of itchy dandruff. On top of that every time he would scratch he got a bald spot in the same area. That's when I started to educate myself, and learn everything that I could about hair. I first tried a dandruff shampoo on him but it didn't work. Then I did a acv rinse on him, started to incorporate dc into his routine, and after determining that he was also low porosity had him follow the LCO method. Dandruff and itchiness stopped immediately, and hasn't returned.

  • Anne Cuthers
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

    I use selsun blue shampoo weekly to treat my seborrheic dermatitis and it works great

  • marjorie charles
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

    Great video, very informative.

  • AhhhsoNeo
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

    Great video, very informative. I agree with others that diet and sugar intake is important to monitor! I find tea tree shampoo and during desperate times the tar shampoos are helpful. Thanks for the links too!

  • Naturally Lisa
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

    Love your hair and the lipstick!!

  • SpicyNerd
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

    My poor daughter has had scalp issues since birth and tried many things but the one thing that has helped tremendously was diet and water intake. Every time she starts slacking the scalp condition flares up with vengeance. I keep different shampoos with different active ingredients bc if one does not work I try another. Also I have found that her scalp responds better to "sulfates"than "sulfate free".

  • taimatsuko
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

    I find that my dandruff gets way worse when I eat too much sugar. Also, co-washing wreaks HAVOC on my scalp. Using an aloevera and essential oil scalp treatment overnight and then shampooing it out the next morning as well as washing my hair twice a week has helped the most.

  • Nicole Allen
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

    Very good tips! Thanks for sharing!

  • Marleen G.
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

    I do recommend a dermatologist visit when you are having problems, because it can be so hard to distinguish between dry scalp and flakes of fungal overgrowth. Both need totally different treatments.

  • Marleen G.
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

    I have SD, seborrheic dermatitis (fungal overgrowth), had cradle cap as a baby and it sort of never went away. I use a medicated shampoo (Nizoral 2%) on it when I need it, and in between bouts I can keep it at bay with a strong sulfate shampoo. Took me years to figure out. I can't go sulfate-free or CO-wash because it will exacerbate the condition. My scalp needs to be squeaky. Also, I can't use oils or conditioner on the scalp either as it will all make it worse.

  • A Love 4 Me
    Posted at 07:18h, 11 May

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