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Burg says you should avoid conditioner on the scalp because it coats the scalp and leads to dryness—that's especially true if the conditioner is silicone-based.
Like the skin on your face, the skin on your scalp is made up of sebaceous glands and also has a "type" ranging from dry to oily.With regards to the hair dyeing, don't you think it's hypocritical that people have to change their hair colour to match people's preferences, but someone with acne should just be accepted? I agree with your point that they can do something about it, but should they have to dye their hair just to fit in? I've seen people from all around the world and one thing I appreciate is everyone's intrinsic individuality! People attract me in different ways and that's cool with me I'm not saying that someone should dye their hair just so that they can get off with someone, that's just ridiculous. People get dismissed for all sorts of reasons: height, ethnicity etc and it's just a fact of life sadly.People are free to choose and I think that although it's sad that someone with scarring would get dismissed, that person also has the choice to pick and choose who they want!Looks like those beauty influencers on Instagram shilling hair gummies are on to something—just make sure you're looking for the right ingredients.
"As the scalp is similar to the rest of the skin, the same principles apply.
Look for supplements with key ingredients such as Omega 3 oils and Vitamins A, C, and E which are great for helping skin maintain is structure and moisture," Burg says. It's normal to shed skin cells and have some dander everyday, Burg explains, but a lot of people confuse dry scalp and dandruff.
Dandruff can happen on a dry scalp, but occurs on oily scalp types as well.
No matter what products are used, acne often persists until the teens are over with.
While improvements are usually seen during the early 20’s, many people are surprised to see that pimples still make an appearance throughout their lifetime.
"The scalp actually has a population of billions of good bacteria from hundreds of different species," Burg says, "The microbes help balance p H and actually work to out-compete the bad microbes for nutrients and by producing special defense molecules." Daily washes can exacerbate a dry scalp and upset your scalp's microbiome, so he suggests only washing two to three times a week.