Scalp conditions are very common, most are embarrassing and very irritating and some can cause hair loss. Treatment of the majority of scalp disorders involves slowing down the often rapid growth of skin cells to reduce gradually the persistent build-up of dead skin (scale). We have the best scalp treatment that includes the use of exfoliates, anti-pruritic (relieves itching), and anti-bacterial etc. The symptoms of many scalp disorders can be completely cleared if treated correctly.
This is a chronic relapsing inflammatory scalp condition occurring in seborrhoeic areas (area with more sebaceous glands). It spited of the name it is not necessarily an oily condition. It presents differing signs, varying between mild pruritic scaling and erythema, to excessive scaling and crusting formed from dried exudation over a red and moist scalp.
The whole of the scalp can be affected, particularly the margins and retro auricular area behind the ears. Seborrhoeic eczema can be highly pruritic, which leads to excoriation and secondary infection with postulation.
Irritant Dermatitis (Contact Dermatitis)
This is a scalp condition that causes scaling, and can occur in patches anywhere on your scalp. It most commonly affects those between the ages of 25 to 50, and also those who have psoriasis, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis and lichen simplex. Pityriasis Amiantacea initially characterized by the formation of tight scales on the scalp. Eventually, these scales overlap, cling together, ‘build up and result in hard patches with matted hair at the root”.