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How To Get Rid of Folliculitis Scars

How To Get Rid of Folliculitis Scars

Folliculitis is a common skin infection that can develop anywhere on your body. Severe infection can lead to permanent hair loss and leave disfiguring scars, dark spots, irregular pigmentation on your skin. It is not bad if your scars are small. But when they are not, you should look for an effective way to treat them. Folliculitis Scar Type To ... Read More »

What is folliculitis

What is folliculitis

Overview Folliculitis is a skin condition in which there is an inflammation of your hair follicles. It’s usually caused by bacterial, viral or fungal infection. The first symptoms include white-headed pimples or red bumps that develop around hair follicles. Folliculitis is not life-threatening, but it is itchy. In mild cases, it will disappear in a few days after applying basic ... Read More »

How long does Folliculitis last

How long does folliculitis last

It depends on the severity of your infection. In most cases, folliculitis will go away, after 2-3 weeks, just by washing your affected area with antibacterial soap or shampoo (if you have scalp folliculitis). There are many easy home remedies for you to treat folliculitis. For severe cases, you may need topical and oral antifungal treatment, and it will take ... Read More »

Over-the-counter treatment for folliculitis

over-the-counter treatment for folliculitis

Folliculitis is one of the most common skin conditions. Folliculitis can be caused by extreme sweating, shaving, friction of human skin against different fabric or infected cuts. In this skin condition, the main symptoms include red and pink little bumps which appear at the hair follicles. In most cases, folliculitis can be treated with over-the-counter products or remedies. If your ... Read More »

Hot Tub Rash Cure

Hot Tub Rash Cure

Hot tubs: fun, luxurious, and even sexy, they nonetheless come with inherent risks, built in alongside their super-powered massaging jets and mood lighting. At first, you may think, “Yeah, that’s obvious. A big pool of very hot water. You’re talking about drowning, or overheating, right?” Not quite. Something less conspicuous, though all the more insidious for it, lurks inside many ... Read More »

Pityrosporum Folliculitis Diet

Pityrosporum Folliculitis Diet

Pityrosporum folliculitis is a condition in which the yeast, also known as pityrosporum, manages to get into the hair follicles and multiply. This sets up itchy, acne-like eruptions. Itchy red pimples that have a white head at their center are a main characteristic of the rash. It can  occur on any region of the body that has hair on it. ... Read More »

13 Natural Home Remedies For Folliculitis

Natural Remedies For Folliculitis‏

The following home remedies may help you reduce discomfort, heal quickly and keep an infection away from spreading: Apply a warm, moist washrag or compress. Moisten the washcloth and towel with a saltwater solution (1 teaspoon of table salt in 2 cups of water). Do this several times a day to reduce discomfort and make the area dry. Apply over-the-counter ... Read More »

Scalp Folliculitis Treatment

Scalp Folliculitis Treatment

Folliculitis is an infection of the hair follicle that can occur anywhere on the body. Scalp folliculitis  is usually a staph infection of the hair follicles on your head. Scalp folliculitis causes small pustules to form around the hair on the scalp that then crust over. They look like tiny pimples with a small red ring around the opening of ... Read More »

Folliculitis or Herpes

Folliculitis-or-Herpes

Hi friends, in this post, I will cover 3 following main points: What Herpes/Folliculitis is The difference between Herpes and Folliculitis  Herpes virus can cause Folliculitis (Herpetic Folliculitis) What Is Herpes The most common types of herpes viruses are known as herpes type 1 (HSV-1) and herpes type 2 (HSV-2). Herpes type 1 is transmitted between people by close contact ... Read More »

Pityrosporum Folliculitis Treatment

Pityrosporum Folliculitis Treatment

If you’ve had acne your doctor has been treating with antibiotics and it still won’t go away, you may have been misdiagnosed. Instead of having regular pimples, you may have a condition called pityrosporum folliculitis, also known as malassezia folliculitis. Pitysporum folliculitis must be treated differently than everyday acne in order to heal up and disappear. Pityrosporum folliculitis is different ... Read More »

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