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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: 1 greasy spot gradually increasing!
Date: October 27, 2006 at 6:23 am PST
In Reply to: Re: 1 greasy spot gradually increasing! posted by Pamela on October 27, 2006 at 5:25 am:
What I am looking for is a common ingredient that could be irritating your scalp. When an oil gland gets irritated, it sometimes produces more oil.
The dermatologist idea is good, since you could have a mild case of psoriasis, but they will generally put you on those coal tar shampoos anyway.
Read the bottles of the shampoos and look for "Sodium Lauryl Sulfate"
or "Sodium Laureth Sulfate". It is a surfectant (sudsing agent). It can cause many scalp problems and contact dermatitis.
It seems that you care very much about your hair, so maybe it is time to get out of the drugstore, and get some good professional products.
If you were my client, I would work with you trying different products, i.e. shampoo and conditioners. I would check in with you every week, and try different products for 2 week intervals. Also, if you were my client, I would give you small amounts of the shampoos so that you would not have to waste your money on things you could not use and would have to throw out.
It is all about customer service, that it the relationship between a stylist and client. Any good stylist would do this for you.
Another idea is to check out the products right here on this site.
The ingredients are top quality and they guarantee their products.
Read about them, and let me know what you think. I have tried many of them and find them top notch, and there is almost no chance that you would have a reaction to any of the ingredients.
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