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    Posted: Dec 18 2012 at 7:47am
I am wearing kinky twist its been in for a month..but my scalp is itching very bad..can any one give me some suggestions on what kind of hair products I can use to keep my scalp from itching very very bad? Please!!!!
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Maybe trying some Seabreeze on your scalp.  Just use a soaked cotton ball of Seabreeze and gently rub your scalp to soothe your scalp.
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O okay thank u for ur advise.
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Originally posted by Tangala0810 Tangala0810 wrote:

O okay thank u for ur advise.

You can also try Aloe Vera Juice, it should cool your scalp down and massage with an oil like Olive oil nightly.  
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Tea tree oil is an antifungal itch reliever too. Hope the itchies go bye bye!
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You can try to use aloe juice
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You can try to use aloe juice
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A rinse of diluted apple cider vinegar after a shampoo also helps. Shampoo as usual, then rinse with a mix of Apple cider vinegar and water, a 1:4 ratio should do.

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ketoconazole - shampoo, Nizoral helped me

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Hi,
An itchy scalp can be a rather uncomfortable experience for anyone. It can be brought about because of dandruff, dry scalp, dirty hair, or a skin condition such as psoriasis.

I think Vinegar can help in it quite a bit. By rinsing with vinegar, you can easily remove the buildup of dandruff and oil in your hair and soothe itching too.

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