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Does Massaging The Scalp Of Head In A Circular Motion With Tip's Of Finger's Not Using Fingernail's Help With Eczema On Scalp?

Does Massaging The Scalp Of Head In A Circular Motion With Tip's Of Finger's Not Using Fingernail's Help With Eczema On Scalp?

posted about 2 months ago
A MyEczemaTeam Member said:

T Gel alternating with Head & Shoulders shampoo work fairly well. Glad you are having some success. Keep us posted. Thanks. Nancy. 🙃

posted 22 days ago
A MyEczemaTeam Member said:

It has helped me before, especially when I’m using some type of treatment or product on the scalp!

posted about 2 months ago
A MyEczemaTeam Member said:

Do you have a Rx shampoo or ointment for the scalp? Am horrified this was so bad for you. An oil might help such as Emu or Bio oil. But with this severity you need an Rx. So very sorry you were so miserable with this. Take care & keep us posted. God bless.....Nancy✨

posted 26 days ago
A MyEczemaTeam Member said:

The hive's have cleared up in me now after many day's of suffering with them.They got so bad on the scalp of my head that I laid in bed at night and cried like a baby because of of all the itching,stinging and burning." I saw a comment on here where some lady said she started using Collagen and her's cleared up so I bought some powdered collagen from WALMART.IT comes in a can with a scoop in it and you use one scoop in a cup of coffee or can also put it in room temperature bottled water and shake it up.It is tasteless and odorless.after just a couple of day's hive's took a hike.

posted 26 days ago
A MyEczemaTeam Member said:

Difficult to say as eczema seems quite unique to the individual. Gentle massage will certainly increase circulation. In some else it may irritate. Trial & error as usual. Glad it works for some as must be soothing...good luck with this ongoing search for what works best. Best wishes to you all....Nancy🙃

posted 26 days ago
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