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Two of the most common problems of both men and women are itchy scalp and hair loss. Discover treatments for itchy scalp and hair loss.

Two of the most common problems of both men and women are itchy scalp and hair loss. Discover treatments for itchy scalp and hair loss.

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    • Treatments for Itchy Scalp and Hair Loss
    • Two of the most common problems of both men and women are itchy scalp and hair loss .
    • They have been reasons why some people have a low self esteem as well.
    • Constantly scratching of scalp and patchy hair are definitely not two of the most pleasant things.
    • Have you ever seen someone scratching their scalp from minutes to hours?
    • How about a person with not evenly distributed hair?
    • Admit it; you do not like the view.
    • This is also the same feelings of the person who experience itchy scalp and hair loss.
    • They are actually hoping for some remedies to their condition and increase the quality of their life.
    • First and foremost, you have to be aware of the cause of these two conditions.
    • They are often effects of excessive amount of oil secreted by the sebaceous glands found in the scalp.
    • Excessive oil causes inflammation, irritation and flaking of the scalp.
    • The scalp then becomes a good place conducive for microorganisms to grow.
    • This is then aggravated by styling products such as hair sprays, gels, and waxes.
    • On the other hand, hair loss is caused by hair treatments and products alike.
    • Not thorough rinsing of hair can be a cause of hair loss as well.
    • These causes lead to flaking or dandruff which irritates the scalp and later lead to thinning or hair loss.
    • There are two ways of treating itchy scalp and hair loss.
    • One is by reducing the amount of sebum on the scalp and the other is by curing the scalp.
    • A lot of hair products and treatments are recommended to reduce or regulate oil on the scalp.
    • You can make use of certain products exclusively manufactured to target such conditions.
    • Most products use zinc as their ingredient for it is known to reduce secretion of oil and even clean scalp.
    • It is then combined with extracts from plants to lessen irritation and deeply cleanse dirt and residue accumulation, increasing the circulation of blood and nutrients to the follicles.
    • Sage, Fenugreek and Thyme are the common herbs found in products for hair loss.
    • They have been proven and tested to help the hair to grow again at the same time preventing inflammation and irritation.
    • When combined with Zinc, it will have a therapeutic effect by regulating the sebaceous gland which will lead to reduction of oil production.
    • Compounds such as Panthenol, Emu Oil, and Jojoba Oil that prevent inflammation and bacterial growth are used to soothe itchiness and treat the scalp by penetrating it.
    • Emu Oil is capable of penetrating the dermis and helping soothe itching, redness and flaking.
    • That is why it has been widely used in products that prevent hair loss as well as skin care.
    • These ingredients promote healthy hair as well as add fullness and body to both thin and thinning hair.
    • They are used in conditioners as adjuncts to shampoos that regulate oil on the scalp.
    • When applied consecutively during showers, they can be great treatments for itchy scalp and hair loss.
    • These two conditions can be signs of skin diseases which is why a dermatologist should be consulted when they persist after series of treatments.
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