What Causes Scalp Rashes and What Can You Do About Them?

Scalp rashes have a few different causes including seborrheic dermatitis, scalp psoriasis, dandruff and even rosacea that be on the scalp as well. At times you can see other issues turn into rashes including scalp plugs that block the hair follicles and skin pores or diseases such as lupus. But even with Lupus and other diseases the way to handle the scalp rash is still the same.

The best way to handle scalp rashes are with detoxifying herbs and gentle but effective deep cleansing shampoos. This means that you need to deep cleanse the hair follicle. For dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis xperts have found that a very specific type of fungus is the cause. This is why you shampoos like head and shoulders and t gel or even selsun blue sell so much. 

The problem with these shampoos is they do not do anything long term to correct the out of balance scalp. We strongly suggest using an herbal shampoo that deep cleanses and detoxifies. We also believe that zinc pca is the best effective ingredient against seborrheic dermatitis and oily scalp dandruff as well since it helps to regulate the amount of oil or sebum that the gland that is down inside the hair follicle is producing. 

You can find these ingredients in the Zincplex Herbal Mix. This mixture or complex is in a shampoo ( not a medicated – no tar or selenium sulfide) very natural zinc and also a very specific synergy of deep cleansing herbs that do a lot to break down and clear out buildup but also fungus and bacteria that can hide own in the canal of the follicle or pore. For long term results the detox and restoring correct balance is what you are needing.

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