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From: Michelle RN (
Subject: Re: 1 greasy spot gradually increasing!
Date: October 4, 2009 at 4:16 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: 1 greasy spot gradually increasing! posted by Pamela on October 27, 2006 at 5:25 am:

I am an RN and married to a Physician Assistant. We have a seen a ton of websites with this same question and no good answer. I have been dying my hair since I was 21 and when I got into my mid 30's I noticed an oily spot at the crown of my head after a dye job. Then it slowly resolved until the next dye job. Then it didnt resolve and stayed longer and longer and started getting bigger. I changed dye products and it only got worse and now taking over the entire part of the top of my head. Me and my husband decided to treat it like Seborrheic Dermatitis using Xstrength TGEL daily for 7-10 days and then switching back to salon quality shampoo and conditioner, medium heat for hair dryer, and kept the rest of my skin mosturized for good measure. Our theory is that my scalped was reacting to the dying and drying out and producing more sebaceous oils (like bald guys have shiney heads) causing the oily spot in my hair. Whatever it is..it works!

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