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Itchy scalp and hair loss: The link, causes, and treatment

Although they can occur independently, there may sometimes be a link between hair loss and scalp itching.

Fungal infections, allergic reactions to hair products, and inflamed hair follicles can cause the scalp to itch and also damage hair follicles, leading to hair loss.

In other cases, scarring on the scalp can cause severe itching because scar tissue can damage the nerve fibers in the skin. If a person's hair loss has led to the formation of scar tissue, this may be causing the itching.

When a person scratches an itchy scalp repeatedly or aggressively, they can damage their skin and hair follicles. This damage can result in temporary hair loss, bleeding, and scabbing from the scratching. Once the scratching stops, the hair will usually grow back.

In other cases, such as with hereditary hair loss or male and female pattern baldness , hair loss occurs without scalp itching. In these cases, scratching the scalp may cause damage, but the underlying cause of the hair loss does not relate to the itchiness. Scratching will not affect whether or not a person loses their hair due to hereditary hair loss.

Does this specific brand of hair growth shampoo and conditioner work?

In a Harriet Carter magazine I have just recieved through the mail today,i saw a brand of shampoo and conditioner (pg.102)called "Shampooing Hair+ Shampoo" along with"Accelere La Pousse des Cheveux" on the shampoo bottle,with "Baume


sorry hunn, but nothing will make your hair grow faster : ) sorry, byebye


Spending that money on something that may not work on your hair is silly + the shipping and handling charges.
You should look in the hair salons . ask a beautician
Try the hair sections at wal-mart. or drug stores.
If you don't know

Where can I buy good hair growth shampoo, and how much does it cost?

my hair is pretty damaged, and the only way it looks alright is if I damage it more by straightening it... i dont want to do that so i need help growing it long so i can cut off the damage. i just cut off some, but theres a lot more and its much too short


Growth shampoos don't actually work as well as they claim they do. You should focus more on your hair's health instead of the length. If you already have so much damage try deep conditioning every week & be sure to trim your hair every 6 to 8 weeks.


I love Dominican hair products, my hair never feels heavy and has lots of body and a beautiful scent. Try www.iBeautyNY.com


heres one for under 20:

http://www.salonweb.com/37/grow.htm


good luck =]