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Does an Oily Scalp Cause Hair Loss?

Your scalp, like the skin on the rest of your body, contains small oil and wax-producing glands called sebaceous glands. The oil produced from these glands is called sebum! In addition to keeping your skin moisturized, these glands are responsible for your hair’s hydration, too!

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Removing seborrheic keratosis in Chiangmai

Seborrhoeic keratosis is a harmless warty spot that appears during adult life as a common sign of skin ageing. Some people have hundreds of them.

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Melasma treatment

   Treatment is not always necessary for melasma. If hormonal changes, such as those that occur during pregnancy or while taking birth control pills, have caused melasma, it will fade after delivery or once a person stops taking the pills.

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HAIR LOSS: TIPS FOR MANAGING

When faced with hair loss, many people aren’t sure where to turn for help. They often:

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Scalp Problems

Many people have hair or scalp problems. Hair may thin or fall out, break off, or grow slowly. Dandruff or an itching or peeling scalp may cause embarrassment and discomfort. Hair and scalp problems can be upsetting, but they usually are not caused by serious medical problems.

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Laser Treatment for Acne Scars

Laser treatment for acne scars focuses light on the top layers of your skin to break up scar tissue. At the same time, the treatment encourages new, healthy skin cells to grow and replace the scar tissue.

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Co2 Laser for Skin Rejuvenation

Moles are very common, and most people have one or more. Moles are concentrations of pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) in your skin. People with light skin tend to have

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What Is Your Oily Scalp Telling You?

   First, the natural oil your scalp produces – sebum – is a good thing. Without it, your skin would look like leather and your hair like tumbleweed. But too much of a good thing is – well, too much. It’s important to note that the amount of oil you produce changes over time and generally decreases as you ag

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Hair loss and lupus

A lupus diagnosis often brings many physical changes, including hair loss. Hair loss is a common side effect of lupus and the medications used for treatment. Recent severe illness, thyroid problems, certain nutritional deficiencies, genetics and specific skin diseases of the scalp can also cause hair loss.

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Menopausal hair loss

For many women, our hair is something we control; we cut it, style it and choose how to wear it. It is an expression of ourselves, our personality and our image. If we lose a lot of hair, we may feel less feminine, less in control and it can affect our self-esteem.

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