When and Why Prescription Shampoo and Herbal Formula Shampoo_AROMASE scalp care1
When dealing with scalp issues, selecting the right shampoo is crucial for scalp health. You might choose between prescription shampoos, recommended by dermatologists, and over-the-counter herbal shampoos, known for their natural ingredients. Knowing when to use each can effectively manage your scalp condition.   Prescription Shampoo: for Emergency and Acute Conditions Prescription shampoos are specifically formulated to treat particular scalp issues and are usually recommended by healthcare providers for conditions that are severe, persistent, or not responding well to daily shampoo products. Here’s when opting for a prescription shampoo is wise: Severe Dandruff and Seborrheic Dermatitis: When daily dandruff shampoos…
Prescription vs. Herbal Shampoo: Which One Is Right for Your Scalp?
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Scalp Folliculitis-scalp pimple-AROMASE (6)
Why are there some small bumps on my head? What is it? If you are experiencing this type of scalp condition, you might have folliculitis on the scalp.  Stay and see how to deal with it.    What does folliculitis look like? Hair follicles become inflamed Occur anywhere on the skin or scalp Small, very itchy pustules on the scalp Sometimes a little soreness.    What causes folliculitis? Mainly involves these 4 mechanisms: Around the hair follicle, the pores can be blocked by accumulated dead skin, sweat, and dirt. The microbiome of the scalp is out of balance, or certain…
What does Scalp Pimple look like? Treatments Before After of Scalp Folliculitis, Causes, symptoms
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MediPRO case study-dermatitis-AROMASE
Scalp seborrheic dermatitis (SD) is a chronic type of inflammatory dermatosis associated with the proliferation of Malassezia species. Several recent scalp microbiome studies on different populations have also revealed the association of dandruff with bacterial and fungal dysbiosis. Cutibacterium acnes (formerly known as Propionibacterium acnes) and Staphylococcus epidermidis were noted to be the core bacterial species on the top of the scalp.     ABSTRACT Background Scalp seborrheic dermatitis (SD) is a chronic inflammatory dermatosis associated with sebum imbalance and proliferation of Malassezia species. Various antifungal shampoos are commonly used for scalp SD. Aims Glycyrrhetinic acid is known to have antioxidative,…
Evaluation of a new-formula shampoo containing 6% glycyrrhetinic acid complex for scalp seborrheic dermatitis: A pilot study
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AMWC Asia-TDAC, which was held in Taiwan in 2018 for the first time, attracted more than 2,300 domestic and foreign participants, 30% of which were international participants. It is the largest aesthetic medicine and dermatology event in Southeast Asia and received more than 90% feedback. 2021 AMWC Asia & TDAC was taking place on 1st – 2nd May in TICC Taipei.   AROMASE – the MediPROTM  the SCALP SOLUTION FOR DOCTOR SCALP EXPERT NEW-GENERATION exclusively presented for medical channel shows its debut in 2021 AMWC. Over the years, AROMASE has worked closely with dermatologists to provide scalp solutions for patients…
Product Effectiveness of MediPRO was Certificated by Major Hospital Institution Review Board (IRB)
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Psoriasis vs Seborrheic Dermatitis What's the Difference_AROMSE_scalp treatment
I am Dr. Chou, President and Director of Sincere Dermatology Clinic. With 15 years of experience as a dermatologist, I specialize in trichology and addressing various skin concerns. I have compassionately cared for patients with scalp conditions like psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis, providing effective management strategies to alleviate symptoms and improve their well-being.   How to distinguish scalp psoriasis from seborrheic dermatitis? Scalp seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis can be difficult to distinguish clinically. If the diagnosis is difficult, a “sebopsoriasis” diagnosis may be made temporarily, with dermatologists waiting to see if more typical lesions develop on other sites later on.…
What’s the Difference Between Psoriasis and Seborrheic Dermatitis Scalp?
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