Eczema of the Scalp

Eczema of the scalp or seborrhoeic eczema is a skin disorder that tends to begin with itching and scaliness on the scalp, causing severe dandruff. Sufferers of eczema of the scalp will often find that it may spread down to the face, in particular the oily zones such as the sides of the nose, eyebrows, ears etc.

Eczema in babies is common, and eczema of the scalp often goes by the well-known name of cradle cap. It will usually strike during the child’s first year, and the child may develop red scaly patches in areas where the skin rubs together ie. elbows or under the armpits.

Most sufferers of eczema of the scalp will be especially sensitive to chemicals in products such as soaps, bubble baths, some shampoos and cosmetics. These can dry out the scalp even more, and thus create an increasingly embarrassing dandruff problem.

Finding a good shampoo and conditioner that won’t irritate your eczema of the scalp is very hard.

Many shampoos make a scalp condition worse

After almost a year of searching I believe I have found the answer.  Grahams Natural Shampoo and Conditioner contain natural ingredients to leave the hair feeling beautiful and extra clean, whilst retaining the essential natural oils and moisture.

Grahams Natural Conditioner works to detangle the hair and increase manageability. Unlike other conditioners, Grahams improves the condition of the scalp.

Combined and continuous use of these two products will lead to more lustrous, manageable, healthier hair and scalp.

Definitely worth a try!

Mel Sinclair, RN