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Itchy, Sensitive Scalp and Hair Loss

Itchy, sensitive scalp can be accompanied by hair loss. Applying harsh, topical hair loss treatments to a sensitive scalp can cause itching and burning. A soothed, conditioned and healthy-feeling scalp is the ideal environment for healthy hair growth.

Causes of itchy scalp

Itchy scalp can be caused by seborrheic dermatitis, or even parasites or fungal infections. If you suspect your itchy scalp is due to any of these conditions, consult a dermatologist. However, a more common cause of itchy, sensitive scalp is dandruff, which affects an estimated 50% of women and men from adolescence to age 50. A dry, itchy scalp due to dandruff can have an impact on healthy hair growth or even lead to hair loss because healthy hair needs a nourished, healthy scalp environment to thrive.

Itchy scalp and hair loss

For itchy scalp with thinning hair, try a hair serum for women or men that maintains a healthy scalp and helps promote fuller and thicker looking hair. Choose a hair thickening serum with ingredients from natural sources, menthol to invigorate the scalp, and creatine to give hair more volume and smoothness. Use a hair serum along with hair loss treatments, such as hair growth supplements, as well as a gentle, nourishing shampoo. Use a combination of hair growth and hair care products to promote thicker looking hair, nourish thinning hair from within, and soothe an itchy, sensitive scalp.

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