Bumps on scalp can appear due to various health conditions. These are health conditions such as folliculitis, acne, head lice and eczema. Bumps are often harmless, but can sometimes indicate to an allergic reaction on the hair follicles. In this article you will learn more about the conditions that lead to bumps on the scalp and the treatment against it.
There are various common causes of bumps of the scalp. And one of them is folliculitis, which is a skin infection that causes damage to the hair follicles. This infection can result in raised red bumps that look similar to acne pustules. There are symptoms that include pain, stinging and pus from the site of infection.
There are a couple ways to treat your hair against folliculitis at home. You can use a warm compress or antibacterial shampoo, such as the Neofollics exfoliating shampoo, that improves symptoms such as redness, flakes, dandruff and other impurities.
Scalp acne refers to breakouts that happen on your scalp. Like any other kind of acne, they can be caused by bacteria, hormones and clogged pores. Bumps that are created by acne can be painful, itchy, red or inflamed and in some cases they even bleed. Treating scalp acne can with changing your hair care routine. And if that does not work you might have to see a dermatologist.
Scalp psoriasis is a skin condition, in which silvery scales develop in patches on your scalp. Sometimes these scales can feel bumpy to touch and they often itch. Psoriasis could occur anywhere on the body such as places as the knees, elbows and trunk. It is common and tends to go through cycles, flaring for a week or months.
There are a few special shampoos and conditioners that can help to soften the bumps caused by psoriasis. A combination of products that are effective against psoriasis is the healthy scalp treatment of Neofollics.
There are several types of eczema that can affect the scalp which include:
- Atopic dermatitis; is an eczema that causes the skin to become inflamed. The symptoms differ sometimes in skin colour. A person with a darker skin, can become darker, more grey or purplish, while a person with a lighter skin, appear to redden.
- Seborrheic dermatitis; adults with a chronic form of eczema on the scalp may notice colour changes such as redness, as well as swelling and greasy scaling.
- Ringworm on the scalp; is a fungal infection of the skin, and it can form on the scalp. It is also known as tinea capitis. And symptoms include an itchy skin, inflamed skin and hair loss.
Best treatment for a healthy scalp
The best treatment for a healthy scalp free from bumps is the scalp treatment. It consists of an exfoliating shampoo and nourishing mask. That effectively combats dandruff, flakes, itching, seborrheic dermatitis and eczema.
The products of Neofollics consist of ingredients that have effective ingredients that stimulate the hair follicles.
The key ingredients of this treatment are: climbazole, piroctone olamine, witch hazel leaf extract, horse chestnut extract, geranium oil, panax ginseng and lavender oil.
For more information about this ingredients and their effects we advise you to take a look at the pages below:
- Piroctone olamine
- Witch hazel leaf extract
- Horse chestnut extract
- Geranium oil
- Panex Ginseng
- Lavender oil
Results of the clinical study of Neofollics
Neofollics has tested the scalp treatment by 90 people with mild to severe scalp conditions for a period of 28 days. More than 90% of the users has stated that they experience an overall improvement of their scalp health after using it. They experience less dandruff and flakes, itching and irritation and also an improvement of hydration of the scalp.
Bumps on the scalp are often due to eczemas. Bumps are in essence harmless, but they are often due to an infection, that can stimulate an itchy feeling, irritated skin or flakes. Against bumps on scalp the best treatment is using an effective special developed shampoo.