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Peeling Treatment For Oily/Dry Scalp

Scalp treatment is one of the best ways to relieve excessive dryness or oiliness in the scalp or such other chronic skin conditions.

Oily scalp treatments

There are several treatments available for excessive oiliness on your scalp. You can try creams or medicated shampoos. Shampoos that contain certain ingredients such as coal tar, zinc pyrithione, selenium sulfide or salicylic acid are recommended for oily scalp as they help to slow down the death and regeneration of skin cells on your scalp. They also help to control the oiliness caused by fungi and minimize inflammation and itching.

Dry scalp treatment

A dry scalp makes your hair appear dull and lifeless and causes itchy and flaky skin.

For treatment of dry scalp, use products that contain coal tar, salicylic lactic acid or urea. Coal tar helps to reduce the regeneration of skin cells, which results in lesser flakes and less dry skin. Shampoos with salicylic acid helps to soften scaly patches of dry skin. However, as salicylic acid tends to dry out your skin, it is always better to use a moisturizing product along with it. For dry scalp treatment, you can also use certain products that contain urea and lactic acid.

Shampoos, creams or foams that contain corticosteroids, such as hydrocortisone, can also be used to treat dry scalp. However, you should consult your doctor before using a steroid-based product.

Scalp psoriasis

Psoriasis can affect your scalp too. This condition is often called scalp psoriasis. Some of the prominent symptoms of scalp psoriasis are:

  • Thick, inflamed, reddish patches on the scalp
  • Flaking and silvery-white scales which resembles dandruff
  • Dry scalp
  • Intense itching
  • Bleeding
  • Burning sensation or soreness
  • Temporary hair loss

Treatment of scalp psoriasis

Scalp psoriasis could be treated in the following ways:

  • Medicated shampoos
  • Topical creams and gels such as tazarotene, a Vitamin A derivative, or anthralin
  • Hydrocortisone creams, steroid creams or coal tar shampoos
  • Scale softeners
  • Vitamin D3 analogs
  • Injections
  • Phototherapy or light therapy
  • Biologics