Problems with the scalp?
Seborrheic dermatitis is often what is referred to when dealing with the face and scalp. In the central part of the face it may be greasy scaly patches that cover the skin (reddish) and is significantly itchy. The eyebrows and eyelashes scales are whitish, with dandruff forming on the scalp. If an adult has the chronic relapsing disease then they will find it worsening in winter.
Pictures Of Scalp Infected With Demodex Mites
Dysfunction of the sebaceous glands with increased secretion of sebum (oily secretion) on which infections are sustained by micro-organisms of the surface of the skin, known as mites (Demodex follicular).
Wash the hair with suitable shampoo (containing sulfur and selenium) and then condition with HAIR n SCALP Natural Hair Conditioner with Anti Demodex Properties
What is it?
Seborrhea or sebaceous hypersecretion is the production of excess sebum due to hyperactivity of the sebaceous glands (grease glands pump out oil). Itching and pain in the head to the scalp hair are common symptoms of Seborrhea, with hair loss as a natural consequence if the condition is not treated.
Seborrhea sometimes evolves into seborrheic dermatitis, a condition in which the excess sebum is accompanied by inflammation of the skin that react and produce oily scales on the scalp, behind the ears and inside the ear canal, as well as a sensation of pain to the scalp. The sebum, under normal conditions, is a fatty substance that protects the skin from dehydration and plays an antibacterial role, but when you produce sebum in excess because of seborrhea there occurs alteration of the hydro-lipid skin with consequences ranging from simple blemishes to hair loss, acne formation of blackheads or folliculitis.
Why should I treat it?
The problem of excess sebum and seborrhea, especially if prolonged over time, can become the cause of hair loss, and takes the name of alopeciaseborrheic. This is because excess sebum accumulates in the ducts excretory (channels) of the follicles preventing proper oxygenation of the hair (it suffocates), as well as the healthy development of themselves. In this way the hairs are finer, shorter and off and weaker to each growth cycle.
How should I treat it?
This is the reason why it is important to intervene promptly to eliminate or reduce seborrhea with appropriate hair care treatments. This involves making sure the scalp is well cleaned to stop the blockages and then conditioned with HAIR n SCALP Natural Hair Conditioner with Anti Demodex Properties to make sure it stays strong. This also helps to stop Demodex mites from taking advantage of the extra dead skin and oil which they use as food.
As an extra measure you should take an anti-seborrhea and sebum-balancing action which are doubly effective in combination treatments with high bio-stimulants. This is more for severe cases. The frequency of disinfecting the skin and hair follicles can help as well s vascularized favoring of the activity of hair follicles. Laser therapy, in turn, is a useful alternative to strengthen the hair follicle, stimulating activity. As usual in order to act on an informed basis, gauging the treatment in the characteristics of the skin and hair in question is necessary to perform a hair analysis. This will make it possible to study the quality of the sebum and produce a personalized remedy against serious Seborrhea.