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Scalp Folliculitis 

Folliculitis is an infection of the hair follicles mainly with bacteria. Staphylococcus aureus is the most common bacteria that causes folliculitis. It is more likely to occur in a person who shaves the hair on the head and communal bathing like in hot tubs hence the common name hot tub folliculitis. An uncommon type of folliculitis known as folliculitis keloidalis occurs at the back of the head and on the nape of the neck mainly in men of African ethnicity. Folliculitis appears as small white to yellow pus-filled pimples which initially starts as tiny red eruptions. If the condition is severe and left untreated for long periods of time, it can lead to significant scarring. Keloid scarring is seen with folliculitis keloidalis.


Problem Scalp

40% A.H. frankincense

25% A.H neroli

25% A.H orange mint

10% apple cider vinegar

Reference: Hydrosols/ Suzanne Catty



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