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Dear hairsite : i need advise about hair specialized dermatologists in n.y


#1

Anybody knows of hair dermatologist in new york


#2

» Anybody knows of hair dermatologist in new york

Dermatologists don’t specialize in hair, they specialize in skin disorders. Dandruff, for example, is a skin problem. In fact, regarding hair loss, they will probably just suggest minoxidil and/or propecia.


#3

ya that makes perfect sense.
i would like to treat nmy sebhorric dermatisis .
its killing me.
ah u reminded me? do u know anything about diprosalic?
it seems that using it for long terms is not adviced because the body absorbs it and it ends up in the blood
plus excess use might cause another skin disorder.
and it seems the nly thing that partially works forme so far

i tried many things. the latest neutrogena tar based.
used it 2 times
and my scalp turned into a volcano

heeeeeeeeeeeeeelp


#4

» ya that makes perfect sense.
» i would like to treat nmy sebhorric dermatisis .
» its killing me.
» ah u reminded me? do u know anything about diprosalic?
» it seems that using it for long terms is not adviced because the body
» absorbs it and it ends up in the blood
» plus excess use might cause another skin disorder.
» and it seems the nly thing that partially works forme so far
»
» i tried many things. the latest neutrogena tar based.
» used it 2 times
» and my scalp turned into a volcano
»
» heeeeeeeeeeeeeelp

Sorry to hear that. Did you try the H&S Sensitive Care? If your scalp is extremely sensitive, try this one instead of the T-Gel (but still rotate with the others):

http://www.vitacost.com/Avalon-Organics-Thickening-Shampoo-B-Complex

Mine burned at first too for awhile because it was so inflamed. May be good to use Cortisone cream at first to get the inflammation down, it’s ok to use for awhile, but don’t use Cortisone long term.

I haven’t tried diprosalic.