By Sally | 20 July 2022 | 0 Comments

Skin condition for hairpiece wearers

It is very important to understand the various skin conditions and what kind of adhesive is most suitable for the hair replacement system. This is because anyone who deals with sensitive skin conditions or scalp abrasions will not only find further irritation after wearing a toupee, but may also have serious allergic reactions. If you are in this situation, this blog post will help guide you forward.
The most common skin condition of people wearing toupees
Some skin conditions are either incompatible with any type of hair system attachment or require careful attachment. In addition, it is important to know your skin condition, because it can help you determine which hair system and attachment method are most suitable for your special needs.
Here are some of the most common skin conditions:
#Alopecia areata - Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease, which can lead to a large number of hair loss on the scalp or other parts of the body. It can grow back because it is not completely permanent, but in some cases, many people will experience continuous hair loss. This is what most people who wear hair systems, hair toppers or wigs need to deal with.
#Seborrheic eczema - also known as dermatitis, is one of the most common skin diseases, which usually involves flakes or scales on the skin, especially on the scalp. The scales that eventually fall off are dandruff, which may irritate the hair system.
#Psoriasis - Another common skin condition is psoriasis, which affects the skin, mainly the scalp. It mainly causes red, scaly or dry spots, which may be very itchy and uncomfortable
#Tinea capitis - This is a fungal skin infection that can cause circular patches on the skin. Also known as ringworm, this may be caused by skin contact with the infected person's skin.
#Head lice - Head lice refer to lice and / or their eggs living in hair follicles. This may cause irritation and may also cause allergic reactions due to bites.
#Lichen planus - Lichen planus is an uncommon disease that affects not only the skin, but also the scalp, nails, mouth, genitals or esophagus. It will cause itching, purple lesions or lumps, and develop and spread in the affected area for a period of time, and may feel pain.
#Scleroderma - Scleroderma is an autoimmune disease, which can cause changes in skin texture and appearance, mainly manifested as skin thickening. This is caused by increased collagen production.
#Leishmaniasis -Leishmaniasis is a parasitic disease that infects sand flies. Sand flies are usually found in tropical environments. If a person is infected by the bite of these sand flies, it may cause scab and skin damage.
#Temporal arteritis - Temporal arteritis occurs when arteries supply inflamed or damaged blood to the head. This usually leads to increased scalp sensitivity.

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