hello, I want to ask. why after shampooing and after my hair is dry my face gets itchy around the top of my mouth and cheeks like my face grows hairs so it feels rough. but not all shampoos are like that only he * d u0026amp; should ** and what I use now is cl * ar shampoo, why is that? Does the shampoo contain certain ingredients? And another one, I use various shampoos for anti-dandruff but why do I keep dandruff huh?
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Dandruff can be a very annoying problem for some people. Imagine, the presence of excessive dandruff on the head, in addition to frequent itching, can also affect appearance. This condition occurs when the process of death and skin cell growth accelerates. The causes can be multifactorial, including seborrheic dermatitis, rarely washing hair, malassezia infection, dry skin, or contact dermatitis (local skin inflammation due to contact with substances that trigger allergies or irritation).
Scalp and face that become itchy and rough after using certain types of shampoo may indicate a contact dermatitis. This condition can not only be caused by the content of the shampoo which is irritating, but also because of the hypersensitivity you have to one or more of the components in the shampoo. It could also be that complaints on your scalp and face occur due to other factors, such as skin infections, excessive sun exposure, psoriasis (an autoimmune disorder that triggers chronic skin inflammation), and so on.
You can check your complaint directly to a dermatologist and genitalia specialist for further observation. In order to deal with your complaint, your doctor may prescribe therapy in the form of topical medicines or special shampoos. Along with the doctor's handling with the following efforts so that your complaint gets better:
Avoid excessive scratching or flaking of itchy and rough scalp and face. Drink sufficiently Choose the type of anti-dandruff shampoo that is suitable for you (preferably consult a dermatologist) Wash your hair once a day Stop using shampoos that cause complaints on your skin Manage stress well Avoid exposure to the sun for too long Limit modifying hair too often Reduce consumption of food or drinks that often trigger allergic reactions for you Hope it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah