Crust On The Head When Shampooing?

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Illustration: Crust On The Head When Shampooing?

Good afternoon, I want to ask. R nWhy every time I wash my shampoo, my shampoo foam always looks crusted, even though my hair doesn’t itch everyday. What is dandruff? Why does it happen and what is the solution?

1 Answer:

Hello, thank you for your question.

First of all, maybe the question you are asking is not very clear in describing the condition you are experiencing. I am assuming it is an exfoliating scalp, but it is thick as a crust when you wash it.

If this is the case, then it may be due to a disorder such as seborrheic dermatitis or it could be due to an infection (for example, a fungal infection of the head). Other conditions such as psoriasis can also cause complaints in the form of thickening such as crusty / scaly.

Under these conditions you may want to try using shampoos that contain selenium sulfide. If it does not improve, you should visit the doctor for further examination and confirm your condition and get the appropriate treatment.

If it is necessary, consultation with a dermatologist may be necessary.

That is what I can say, hopefully this is useful.

dr. Lili

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