Posts Tagged ‘scalp acne’

Scalp Acne You Tube Video – Watch The Video

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

Scalp Acne Video That Explains What Works!

 

There is no talking in this video but if you watch it you will learn what causes scalp acne and pimples in the scalp or on the scalp. Head pimples or acne are very common amongst both adults and teens. The hair follicle provides the perfect place for bacteria to hunker down and hide. Most topical acne products and treatments don’t get deep enough into the hair follicle. These same products can’t get through the sebum layer where the bacteria hide beneath!

In this video you will see why very special herbal complexes are used to break up the sebum and hardened oils so that the zinc pca can then eliminate the bacteria and fungus that was hidden beneath the scalp deep inside the hair follicle!

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Scalp PImples In Adults and Teens

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

scalp pimplesWhen most people this of scalp pimples and acne they think of teens as they go through ackward years that everything starts changing and is never the same again. But when it comes to acne and especially scalp acne or scalp pimples  you will shocked to learn that adults suffer scalp pimples over 70% of the time with the teens experiencing it only 25% of the time.

So what is the solution for scalp pimple, zits or acne that adults get. Most people believe that they should buy the same product for their hair as they use for their face. Of course it depends on what products you are using on your face but 99% of the time the answer is resounding no! You should use very specific shampoos for scalp pimple problems. Make sure that you are controlling the oil in the scalp. you do not want to shut down the total product of scalp oils but you do want to control or regulate it. This alone is enough to stop over 85% of scalp acne and zits.

The second step is to deep cleanse away the trapped bacteria that harbors in the hair follicle. Remember that the goal is not to dry the scalp and hair out but instead flush out the dirt and bacteria that allows acne to flourish. The ingredients that work best for this are zinc pca, and a very specific purifying herbal combination. For scalp acne look for Zinc Complex shampoo as it has all these and can end your scalp issues, not just acne in a very short time.

Whether is it scalp bumps to acne on the head or even itching and flaking we strongly suggest checking our Zinc Complex Shampoo and Conditioner Treatment!

Conditions That Affect The Scalp Including Scalp Acne

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

scaly scalpEffective Scalp Shampoo

The skin is the largest organ on our body.  We often think of it as protection for the rest on our body.  Actually the pores on our skin are constantly absorbing things in our environment, like soaps, lotions and shampoos.  The skin on the scalp and the underarms absorbs more than other areas of the skin.  This makes it important to be careful what you put on your scalp. 

Good hair care should actually start with taking care of the scalp.  Problems occur on the scalp when it is either too dry or too oily such as scalp acne or scalp pimples.  Scalp health depends on a proper balance.  An overly oily scalp will cause problems such as scalp acne and seborrhea, while an overly dry scalp may create seborrheic dermatitis, dandruff, or folliculitis.  These conditions are uncomfortable and often very itchy. 

The best way to take care of the scalp is to be aware of what is in the products that you use.  A good scalp shampoo should not be full of chemicals.  Many shampoos touted to be designed for the scalp actually have many harsh chemicals.  These chemicals will dry out the scalp and make many problems worse. 

There are all natural scalp shampoos that can both clean the scalp and give it the proper nourishment that it needs.  Some ingredients that are especially good for scalp healthy are zinc pca, jojoba oil, emu oil, thyme, and sage.  Zinc deep cleans the scalp and regulates the sebum gland creating the correct balance of oil.  Thyme and sage detoxify the scalp.  Jojoba oil and emu oil have natural moisturizing qualities for both scalp and hair.