THE MOST COMMON SCALP ISSUES

Originally appeared on Refinery 29 by Kelly Dougher

It’s not hyperbole to say that everyone reading this article has had, or will have, a scalp issue or two at some point in his or her life. It’s one of those you’re-not-alone situations (everything from hair loss to dandruff is super common), yet it’s a topic we often don’t feel comfortable talking about. Thus, many people suffer from easily treatable conditions quietly and alone — and that’s no good.

If you’re dealing with scalp problems, you shouldn’t be too embarrassed or afraid to seek treatment and advice. But here, we got the ball rolling for you. We reached out to some top dermatologists to get the lowdown on the most common scalp issues and how to deal with them.

Read more about what Dr. Dendy Engelman has to say about how to treat scalp issues here

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