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How To Get Rid of Scalp Acne




Scalp acne sucks. Almost everyone has had it at some point, and most people do not know what triggers it. The pain and constant itchiness experienced when you scratch or style your hair are enough to ruin your day. Worse still, you may end up losing hair if you ignore it for long.


So how can you prevent your scalp from developing acne? Stay with me to the end as I unveil different ways you can navigate.

But before then, let us look at the causes of scalp acne.


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Causes of Scalp Acne


Acne on your scalp occurs when hair follicles get clogged by excess oils and dead skin cells. Poor hygiene, bacteria reaction, a buildup of products like hair sprays, and excess hair oiling can also lead to tiny pumps on your scalp.


Knowing how to treat and maintain a healthy scalp will help prevent hair loss, bleeding, or scarring.

Other Causes of Scalp Acne


ü Weather changes

ü Travelling

ü Lack of sleep

ü Using dirty styling tools

ü Unmanaged stress levels which trigger excess oil production

ü Wrapping your hair with dirty or tight head wraps

ü Infections from microbes like Staphylococcus aureus, Malassezia yeast and Demodex folliculorum


Signs of Scalp Acne


ü Whiteheads

ü Pimples

ü Blackheads

ü Pustules or nodules


So how do you deal with pimples on your scalp? The guide will give you practical ways to manage and prevent them effectively.

Let's dive in!


Wash Your Hair Regularly


Washing your hair eliminates the dead skin cells and excess sebum that clog your pores and cause acne. Make sure you use medicated shampoos with salicylic acid, tea tree, and Vitamin E or have scalp-soothing properties.


Detoxify your scalp


Scalp detoxification is an effective way to balance your hair's PH levels. Bacteria thrive well when your scalp is dirty or the Ph level is destabilized.


A scalp massage can also help increase blood circulation and improve nutrient absorption.


Apply Coconut Oil Mask


Coconut oil has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties that help manage scalp acne. Better still, coconut oil is analgesic properties, which makes it great for relieving pain for scalp pimples.


Exercise Regularly


Regular exercise is not only good for your body but also for your scalp and hair health. For best results, it is recommended to exercise 30 minutes three times a week.


Eat a Balanced Diet


Diet plays a major role in hair health. Consuming frizzy drinks, junk food, sugar, dairy and refined flour can exacerbate scalp acne. If you have scalp acne, consider adding Omega-3, Vitamin D, C, and Zinc to help clear scalp acne. Remember also to stay hydrated.


In case your scalp worsens, consider visiting a doctor for assistance.


Wrapping Up


Scalp acne is not a deadly condition. You can easily manage it using the above methods and maintaining a healthy diet. At Contour Day Spa, we offer scalp treatment to help detoxify your scalp, balance your PH, prevent hair loss and promote hair growth. Visit us today for assistance.


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