Solution For Plaque Hair.?
I want to ask, I think it is because I like pulling my hair there are parts of hair that are injured (such as dandruff) always sagging the skin, this part is always sick and the best to pull out the hair when I hurt coconut, now the part of the hair that I pulled back grows back but that part of the wound didn’t grow at all and was really slippery, did it really not grow back? Or is there another solution to grow back. My age is 22 and I am a little embarrassed if I see it.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Basically, as long as there are still hair follicles or hair roots, hair can grow back. The problem is, the condition of wounds, injuries, hair pulling habits (which is the same as the waxing procedure), certain damaging chemical exposures, and burns, can remove the hair follicles and roots, causing the part to not grow hair forever. The illustrations are the same as the palms and soles of the feet. There are no hair follicles and roots there, and at any time, any drug cannot trigger hair growth in that area because there really isn't anything that can be triggered.
Therefore, the first thing in your condition that needs to be ascertained is whether you still have hair follicles, or the injury is indeed too severe to handle. For this, you should consult a dermatologist. Your dermatologist will do an examination and if it turns out there is still a chance for hair to grow, your doctor will give you shampoo or lotion that contains hair growth-promoting substances. However, if it already does not exist, the solution can be surgery, in the form of hair planting, hair grafting or scalp reduction.
In the meantime, stop your habit, because it's not the right way to deal with headaches, dandruff, or any problems. If you have a headache, tugging at your hair can sometimes provide comfort, but only pulled and not pulled. If unbearable, take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed, not by pulling hair. So, hopefully answering your question.