Facial Blisters And Scalp Problems?
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Blisters on the skin of the face and body that secrete like rice when squeezed and itchy may indicate some of the following conditions:
Skin infections, for example due to folliculitis, miliaria, scabies, molluscum contagiosum, acne
Other skin inflammation, for example due to contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, drug eruption, dermatitis herpetiformis
Hyperkeratosis, and so on
Meanwhile, your scalp that feels itchy, dandruff, bumpy, and as if someone is walking on the scalp, in addition due to head lice, it may also occur because:
Fungal infections or other microorganisms
Allergy or irritation
Bite insects or other animals, and so on
Often, head lice are not easy to find in the midst of thick hair, unless the amount is already very much on your scalp. So, it doesn't seem like flea eggs don't necessarily make sure you are free from head lice.
It is better if you go to have your complaint checked directly to a doctor or a specialist in skin and genitals. Through direct examination of your skin and head, often doctors can determine the best treatment that needs to be done, for example by providing soap, shampoo, cream or medication certain drinks that are useful in eradicating the cause of the complaint while improving the complaint. Do not forget, so that the results of treatment are more optimal, you also need to balance the treatment with the following steps:
Does not scratch the skin and head, although it feels itchy
You can sprinkle salicyl powder or apply calamine lotion to itchy skin to reduce itching, but avoid the area around the eyes, nose, skin, anus, and genitals
Also do not squeeze, slurse, or give careless handling of skin and head that is itchy, bumpy, and dandruff
Take a diligent bath, wash your hair with a special anti-dandruff shampoo
If there are substances that can trigger your allergies, avoid contact with these substances
Keep yourself clean and the environment around you
Do not exchange clothes and headgear with others
Drink plenty of water
Hope this helps ...