Monday, December 2, 2013

Treat A Scalp Rash

Does your scalp constantly turn red and itch with a burning sensation? If you answered yes, then you have a scalp rash. A scalp rash will cause discomfort if left untreated. Over-the-counter scalp treatments found in drugstores are expensive and take a long time before you can actually see any effective healing. Fortunately, there are natural herbs and oils that are cheap and can heal a scalp rash quickly. In this article you will learn naturally treat your scalp rash with exotic oils.


1. Wash your hair and scalp with pure herbal shampoo. You can find herbal shampoos in most health food stores. Make sure you purchase shampoos with plant ingredients only--ask the sales clerk if you cannot understand the ingredients label. Herbal shampoos, unlike chemical shampoos, will lessen the itch and diminish the rashes.

2. Apply aloe vera oil after showering every day. Use pure aloe vera straight from the plant. You can find aloe vera plants at any plant store in your area.

3. Apply virgin coconut oil generously to your scalp before going to bed. Coconut oil will coat the rash healing it over time. You can find virgin coconut oil at most Asian supermarkets.

4. Eliminate the use of styling products. If you have a scalp rash, hair styling products will only aggravate the rash, making it spread and itch more. If you want to style your hair, purchase hair gels with plant ingredients. You can find them at your local health food store.

5. Massage your scalp for 15 minutes twice a day, when you wake up and before you go to bed. Massaging the scalp will ensure more blood reaches the areas with the rash, making healing faster.

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