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“Itch No More” Organic Hair Serum

“Itch No More” Organic Hair Serum

Regular price $15.99 Sale

.5 ml dropper

This Hair Serum was created to deal with dandruff and itchy scalp. 

 

What is dandruff?

Dandruff is a common chronic scalp condition marked by flaking of the skin on your scalp. Dandruff isn't contagious or serious. But it can be embarrassing and sometimes difficult to treat.

The good news is that dandruff usually can be controlled. Mild cases of dandruff may need nothing more than daily shampooing with a gentle cleanser. More-stubborn cases of dandruff often respond to medicated shampoos.

For most teens and adults, dandruff symptoms are easy to spot: white, oily-looking flakes of dead skin that dot your hair and shoulders, and a possibly itchy, scaly scalp. The condition may worsen during the fall and winter, when indoor heating can contribute to dry skin, and improve during the summer.

A type of dandruff called cradle cap can affect babies. This disorder, which causes a scaly, crusty scalp, is most common in newborns, but it can occur anytime during infancy. Although it can be alarming for parents, cradle cap isn't dangerous and usually clears up on its own.

 

What is Scalp Psoriasis?

Scalp psoriasis  is a common skin disorder that makes raised, reddish, often scaly patches. It can pop up as a single patch or several, and can even affect your entire scalp. It can also spread to your forehead, the back of your neck, or behind and inside your ears.

You can’t catch scalp psoriasis from another person. As with other tyoes, we don’t know what causes it. Doctors believe it comes from something wrong with your immune system that causes akin cells to grow too quickly and build up into patches. You may be more likely to get scalp psosaris if it runs in your family.

 

Symptoms of mild scalp psoriasis may include only slight, fine scaling. Symptoms of moderate to severe scalp psoriasis include:

  • Scaly, red, bumpy patches
  • Silvery-white scales
  • Dandruff-like flaking
  • Dry scalp
  • IItching
  • Burning or soreness
  • Hair Loss

Scalp psoriasis itself doesn’t cause hair loss but scratching a lot or very hard, picking at the scaly spots, harsh treatments, and the stress that goes along with the condition can lead to temporary hair loss. Fortunately, your hair usually grows back after your skin clears.