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Hair Stuck to Scalp After Using Relaxer [Here’s What You Must Do]

how long does it take to heal?

Relaxers are chemically-based treatments created to straighten black hair. It changes the texture of the hair. There are two kinds of relaxers: No-lye relaxer and a lye-based relaxer. The no-lye brand is made with potassium hydroxide or calcium hydroxide. Lye-based relaxers contain sodium hydroxide. Curly hair is straightened by breaking down the hair shaft’s bond. […]

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How to Stop Excessive Scalp Sweating

Different remedies for excessive head sweating

Everyone sweats throughout the day, and some perspire more than others. But, excessive sweating on the scalp can become a problem. Not only is it embarrassing, but it can lead to foul odors and dirty-looking hair. It may even be a sign of an underlying health problem. Thankfully, there are different ways to stop your […]

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Bleach Burn on Scalp – Treatment for Irritation, Blisters, & Scabs

Healing burns after bleaching the hair at home

The problem with wanting to look your best is that you sometimes put yourself in embarrassing and painful situations. Being beautiful takes work, and it’s not as easy as some folks may think. Unfortunately, some pay the price for a new look, such as a bleach burn on the scalp. How much so, depends on […]

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Will Tea Tree Oil Kill Scalp Fungus (Dandruff and Ringworm)?

Can you get fungus on your scalp?

Tea tree oil is an amazing essential oil. It has numerous benefits for the hair and scalp. Because it has antifungal, antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory agents, it’s able to cure itchy scalp, dry scalp, stubborn dandruff, and ringworm. Some people avoid wearing dark clothing because the flaking is so severe. However, relief is possible when […]

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Why is My Scalp Peeling Off in Chunks (Large Flakes)?

Why are flakes falling from my scalp?

Large flakes falling off your scalp is embarrassing. You may assume that you have dandruff, but that may not be the case. Skin issues like seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, and sunburn can cause the scalp to peel off in chunks. Many different skin conditions affect the scalp. Yes, dandruff is a common problem. But, dandruff flakes […]

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