Scalp Acne: Simple and Ultra-Effective Tips to Calm and Treat Itchy Scalp

The itchy scalp won’t let you do anything but you scratch your scalp all the time? Look for signs of acne, dandruff, and dryness. Scalp acne can be the result of an oily scalp and dead skin cells that simply resist to begin with. Plus, it’s winter, so you’ll have more hair issues to deal with. Make sure to keep an eye on the health of your hair which means you should contact your dermatologist as these pimples could also have appeared due to bacteria, fungal infections, or unhealthy lifestyle habits.

Even in the best of circumstances, we would all use a few basic tips to make sure we don’t invite more acne. Scroll forward and let us know if you are following these steps religiously. Do you choose the buttons? This can make your acne level worse and allow bacteria to find permanent refuge. It can leave on an itchy fashion forever. Say impeccable cleaning with a rinse. How many times a week do you wash your hair? At least twice a week and do it three times if you have excess oil production or if you are a gym lover. Look for activated charcoal, oatmeal, and aloe vera shampoos and lather well. Wash and clean with lukewarm water.

Do you see too many flakes crawling? Dandruff alert! Don’t let your hair see snow all year round. Cut down on your sugar intake, rely on tea tree oil, apple cider vinegar, amla, and fenugreek. These ingredients infused into DIY hair products or face masks can help fight dandruff and reduce its appearance.

Say no to chemical hair treatment. Whether it’s fancy colors, hair spas or hair oil massage. Anything that gets stuck on your skin when you already have acne on your scalp is a bad idea. This can trigger existing acne. So, give it time and seek expert advice before resuming treatments.

Try DIY hair masks that make exfoliation easier. These can help wear down dead skin cells and leave your hair well hydrated. Aloe vera, oatmeal, coffee and banana, use these ingredients sparingly and prepare recipes twice a week.

How do you take care of your scalp? Do you have essential hair masks? Let us know in the comments below.

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