Does anyone get scabs on the scalp? If so, how do you treat it?

Does anyone get scabs on the scalp? If so, how do you treat it? I went to a dermatologist and he prescribed me Derma-smoothe. I loved it at first, b...


Does anyone get scabs on the scalp? If so, how do you treat it?
I went to a dermatologist and he prescribed me Derma-smoothe. I loved it at first, but it smells awful, is expensive, and I lose a lot of hair when I use it. Lately I’ve been having to use it every other week in the fight against scab, and now the hair loss starts to show. I talked to my dermo, but he said it is not hair loss, because it will grow back. I honestly do not even want to use derma-smoothe more because it is now and my scabs are out of control. (Does anyone have this problem, and if so, how can you control it Best Answer (s):

Reply by Don Darkeau
I can not believe that derma smoothe is the only answer to the condition of your skin. Why do not you go back to the dermatologist and ask for an alternative, especially as you say your scabs are out of control. It is important when you are taking medication or to go back to the doctor if the item in question does not work. Sometimes things can work for some but not for others, and there are always alternatives. You only need to press your case.

answer Topaz
Try it. Olivenöl.Erhitzen with a small amount in the microwave For 1 second! You do not want it hot, just warm. Pour on the scab. The olive oil is to treat the crust, no smell, and your hair will grow back. I do not know what kind of condition you have, but olive oil certainly will not hurt. Twice a day. Morning and at night.


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