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Wednesday, November 2, 2011
In my profession as a natural hair and scalp specialist, I encounter all kinds of hair and scalp disorders and other issues that often raise concerns for my clients. Some times I refer my clients to a trichologist (person in the paramedical field for dealing with problems of the hair and scalp, encompassing hair loss, hair breakage, infections, scaling or itchy scalp and excessively dry or oily scalp.), or a dermatologist (A dermatologist takes care of diseases, in the widest sense, and some cosmetic problems of the skin, scalp, hair, and nails.), however more often than not I can treat the problem right in the salon.
According to American Family Physician:
Seborrhea (say: seb-uh-ree-uh) is a common skin problem. It causes a red, itchy rash and white scales. When it affects the scalp, it is called "dandruff." It can be on parts of the face as well, including the folds around the nose and behind the ears, the forehead, and the eyebrows and eyelids. On the body, seborrhea often occurs in the middle part of the chest, around the navel and in the skin folds under the arm, below the breasts and in the groin and buttocks area.
Usually the condition my client is dealing with is determined at the time of consultation. If I determine that my client can be treated I give them a therapeutic shampoo treatment, tailored specifically to that particular clients needs. I also advise them how to treat their scalp/hair at home, and or advise them to further consult with a trichologist or dermatologist. I am fortunate to work in a salon owned and operated by a trichologist. Dr. Kari Williams at Mahogany Hair Revolution always provides me with a wealth of information and assistance when required.
Some of the over the counter shampoos I often recommend and use are:
· tar (T/Gel)
· salicylic acid (T/Sal)
· zinc pyrithione (like Head & Shoulders)
· selenium sulfide (Selsun Blue)
· ketoconazole (Nizoral)
The active ingredients are listed before the product. You can get other products that have these active ingredients as well.
I hope this information has been helpful.
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Mahogany Hair Revolution is located at 490 S. San Vicente Bl., Ste 10, Los Angeles, CA 90048