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How Do I Get Rid of Bed Bug Bites

Are you asking yourself, “How do I get rid of bed bug bites?” Then you are at the right place. Bed bugs can be quite a nuisance as their bites can cause itchy rashes, allergic reactions, and blisters. Feeding on their victims while they sleep, bed bugs can be hard to link to the crime. …

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How to Get Rid of Razor Bumps

Have you been wondering how to get rid of razor bumps? This common condition, also known as pseudofolliculitis barbae, affects nearly everyone who shaves at some point in their lives. Here’s what you need to know to avoid this irritating issue. What Causes Razor Bumps? Razor bumps develop when shaved hairs curl back inward, causing …

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Hair loss in African Americans

Hair loss affects people of all ethnic groups.  African Americans, however, can be predisposed to certain types of hair loss. In African Americans, hair loss can occur due to various reasons, including the unique characteristics of kinky hair, certain hairstyles, and underlying medical conditions. In this post, we’ll discuss the most common causes of hair …

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Causes for hair breakage and what you can do to stop the damage

From the products we choose to put in our hair to the infections we never hope to get near our hair, causes for hair breakage can come in many forms. Hair breakage can affect any hair type and is common among many adults. The good news is that much of it is treatable and even …

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Kinky hair: the whys and hows of its care

Kinky hair, a type of curly hair, is found exclusively in humans and requires special care. Read on the learn about why we have this unique and delicate hair type and how to best care for it.     What is kinky hair? Kinky hair is a hair type characterized by tightly coiled and curled …

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Should I shampoo every day?

Should I shampoo every day? The short answer is it depends. Washing hair doesn’t always require shampoo. Some people swear by daily shampooing, while others are better off to shampoo less frequently. Let’s take a closer look. Hair and scalp care: keep it clean Although good hair and scalp care does include keeping it clean, …

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Hair loss due to PCOS

PCOS, or polycystic ovary syndrome, is a condition in women that is commonly associated with hair loss. In this blog post, we will discuss what PCOS is, how it affects hair growth, and how to treat hair loss due to PCOS.     What is PCOS? PCOS is a hormonal disorder that affects women of …

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Is Telogen Effluvium Reversible?

Yes, telogen effluvium is reversible–but not immediately.   This type of hair loss occurs when more hairs than usual enter the resting phase of the hair growth cycle–then fall out at the same time.   While, even without treatment, it generally resolves in 6-12 months, it can still cause significant stress and anxiety. In this …

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Hair Loss After Giving Birth

Hair loss after giving birth is a common phenomenon that affects many new mothers. It can be a frustrating experience, but it’s important to understand that it’s a normal part of the postpartum period. In this blog post, we’ll explore why hair falls out after pregnancy and provide some tips to help manage hair loss …

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Scalp psoriasis plaques vs other scalp conditions

Not all red rashes on the head are scalp psoriasis plaques. Although psoriasis is a common condition, there are similar looking skin conditions that occur on the scalp. Correctly diagnosing the cause of a scalp plaque is important for effective treatment.   Scalp psoriasis Scalp psoriasis plaques is a common skin condition that affects millions …

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