A sensitive scalp originates from inflammation coming from blood vessels beneath the area. This floods the nerves within your hair follicles, causing pain and sensitivity. And though there are many conditions that could lead to scalp pain – such as infections, headaches, and skin disorders – one factor that is often overlooked is…
Fungal infections are usually a result of bacteria that enter the scalp through your hair follicles or damaged skin. Such skin damage can be caused by a number of things, but one offender that you may not know about is…you guessed it, dry shampoo.
Regular breakouts are bad enough, but when you start to get pimples on your hairline, and on the back of your neck, it hardly seems fair! But there’s one unfamiliar hack that can help tackle breakouts.
Can dry shampoo lead to scalp problems and hair loss? Although dry shampoo is a savior for most, there’s still the dilemma of whether or not dry shampoo is actually doing more harm than good. Read this week’s decoded to find out.
Believe it or not, hair thinning is a common problem for many women of all ages, and it’s usually caused by stress, tight ponytails, menopause, and even using harsh products and treatments as well. Here are a few easy tips to help you cover up hair thinning that you may feel self-conscious about!