Seborrheic alopecia

Seborrheic alopecia or alopecia is a complication of seborrhea. It occurs in 25% of people in the world. It starts at puberty and reaches a mentioned clinical manifestation by the age of 23 to 25. The hair on the head becomes greasy, shiny, as if the hair were oiled, it sticks together in strands. The hair and skin is oily, and there are yellowish scales.

The process is usually accompanied by itching as well. When scratching begins soak, serous crusts starts to appear, often with purulent serous-bloody and crusts. Hair follicles cannot breathe, blood supply becomes poor and the hair begins to fall out, gets thinner and thinner be replaced by vellus hair. The bald spot becomes noticeable from the edges of the forehead to the occiput or from the back of the head or from the top of the head to the forehead. The bald patch has a border or a narrow border of healthy hair. Replacing lost hair with the new one is almost impossible. So there is an incomplete restoration of the hair that has been lost already. It disrupts the normal physiological process of hair change.

Factors leading to baldness:

Endocrine diseases, chronic infection, which changes the immune status, hereditary factors, impaired peripheral circulation, micronutrient deficiencies. Normally people lose up to 100 strands of hair a day, if the loss of the hair is higher than this amount, it is considered abnormal and could lead people to baldness. So, it is highly recommended to confer with a dermatologist! The loss of hair is really important. It does not only affect the appereance but also the emotional state of someone who has been losing their hair could make them lead to something more serious. Do not try to self-medicate yourselves!

An instantaneous improvement of the skin will only aggravate the process!

May the health and beauty be always by your side!