When it Comes to Scalp Sores and other head problems there are a lot of questions. Which products work best? Do shampoos help or hurt with scalp problems. What ingredients should I be looking for?

People want treatments that work well and we don’t blame them. The information that you are looking for when it comes to scalp issues is here in one single, easy to read place.

Scalp Sores Symptoms & Treatments

What are the symptoms of different and common problems as well as some not so common problems. Check back with us often to find out what you can do to get your head and hair back to perfectly healthy!

Symptoms typically include itching, redness and flaking that go along with an intense itch. The severity of the head itching can change. This means that one day it can be without an itch at all and then the next it can be very severe and intense.

Why Do you Have Intense Itching and Flaking

Often times people have dandruff that goes along with the itching. This flaking can also be very severe or can be mild. The intensity of the flakes and itch depends on several things that include diet, the type of products and how often you cleanse the scalp. It depends on the amount of bacteria that has made its way down into the hair follicle and around the root of the hair.

The cause of Sores is from different conditions that include seborrheic dermatitis, seborrhea, seborrheic eczema, scalp fungus, dandruff, severe dandruff, scalp psoriasis and similar issues. We have found that all of these are based on excess bacteria being down in the root of the hair. For your symptoms to get eradicated you must remove the bacteria and fungus from the hair follicle.


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