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Have to have Cyst Removed by kimmie1980ca Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 12:00am Pilar (trichilemmal) cysts, sometimes referred to as wens, are common fluid-filled growths (cysts) that form from hair follicles that are most often found on the scalp. The cysts are smooth and mobile, filled with keratin (a protein component found in hair, nails, and skin), and they may or may not be tender. Pilar cysts may run in families. ... Read on »
Natural Treatment for Seborrheic Dermatitis, Cradle Cap, Dandruff, and Itchy Scalp by Nicole S. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Thu 29 May 2008 1:03pm 2 Comments An itchy dry, flaky scalp is typically “seborrheic dermatitis” commonly referred to as dandruff in adults and “cradle cap” in babies. Most standard anti-fungal shampoos, topical steroids, and topical treatments such as selenium sulfide and pyrithione zinc typically only provide temporary relief because they are not addressing the root cause of t ... Read on »
More stories from Orange County, ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:20pm More stories from Orange County, CA... insurers still looking for the perfect patient.. and no doubt there is some type of query that determines pay out amounts over premiums paid somewhere along the line since they refunded her premiums after the fact...State of California Managed Care Department is still she stated in the s ... Read on »
Topical Treaments for Seborrheic Dermatitis, Dandruff, Cradle Cap, and Itchy Scalp by Nicole S. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Fri 20 Jun 2008 8:03pm Q. What can I use topically for my seborrheic dermatitis? A.The itchy scalp condition of seborrheic dermatitis, commonly referred to as “dandruff” can be extremely frustrating. The course is typically insidious and tends to worsen over time in adults. I am not a fan of many topical treatments for skin conditions as a long term plan b ... Read on »
Scalp Massage for Relaxation and Healthy Hair by Carolin K. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 13 Sep 2009 10:06pm It’s Sunday and all you want to do is relax and prepare yourself for another day’s work tomorrow. You would also want to start the week with a great hair day. That sounds like a great idea and you’ve just come at the right place. Here’s a video that will show you how to massage your scalp to help you strengthen your hair and relax your mi ... Read on »
Sensitive Scalp by Lee Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 28 Nov 2009 10:00pm My Scalp has become very sensitive because of my radiation treatment. I was told this would happen, but it is way more sensitive than I could imagine! And my hair is already starting to fall out and I am only halfway through my treatment! My scalp is going to continue to be sensitive until my treatment is over and my hair is all out, that is wha ... Read on »
Good Home Remedies for an Itchy Scalp by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 11 Apr 2010 1:18am An itchy scalp can be caused by a number of different things.  Dandruff, sunburn, psoriasis, eczema and others can lead to dryness, crusting, irritation, sores and uncomfortable embarrassment as well. Some of them will need medical treatment but you might want to try a few good home remedies for itchy scalps first. Good Home Re ... Read on »
Scalp acne – A very irritating hair disorder by Yusuf Posted Wed 19 May 2010 12:00am All of us want to present our best personality to the world and we attempt to take care of our body and hair through the best of creams, lotions, a balanced diet and physical exercise. However, there are times when despite all the care and precautions taken; you can develop a condition called scalp acne. This is a c ... Read on »
Is the No-Poo method safe for hair and scalp? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 20 Jan 2014 1:01am Our FaceBook page was abuzz recently over this HuffPo article on the woman who hasn’t washed her hair in 5 years .  If you really did NOTHING to clean your hair and scalp, would that be bad for you? Trichologist and fellow cosmetic scientist, Tony Maleedy, weighed in on the debate with this analysis: “What many people seem to forget is ... Read on »
MAN Fertility: Fix Thinning Hair by Rebalancing your Scalp? by Marie L. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 9:10pm I've become a big believer that hair/skin are huge indicators of our overall health and yin/yang balance. So piling on silicone and other find-at-the-Pep-Boys-garage ingredients might slick things up temporarily, but in the long run probably does more harm than good. My husband has been mildly anxious about some thinning hair. By being ma ... Read on »