For nearly 20 Years Zincplex has been known as one of the pioneer hair and scalp products to help both men and women from 5 and up with many different scalp conditions including seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff symptoms – especially those that seem to be more severe or difficult to get a handle on. Zincplex is considered revolutionary because of their use of herbs and a very special mineral zinc pca. Testing of the synergistic approach of the herbs and the minerals shows the ability to combat fungus, bacteria, mites and yeast that are often the cause of many scalp problems including scalp sores that won’t heal, scabs, hardened or crusty sebum build up, sebum plugs for clogged hair follicles, slower growth, severe itching and flaking and even leaking of a clear liquid on the scalp from sores or bumps. These problems are more common that you think.
What Triggers Seborrheic Dermatitis?
A scalp and skin condition that can affect both men and women from young ages but is more predominant with the those once they hit puberty and can last throughout adulthood. It is most often associated with excess sebum or a condition known as seborrhea. The scalp oils or sebum is what 5 alpha reducatse, fungus, mites and bacteria feed of off. This is important to understand that when the sebum is regulated directly from the gland then the symptoms will visibly reduce and many times drastically. The inflammation inside the hair follicle will also be brought down to a minimum allowing hair to grow as it should and be much more healthy. This also means a big reduction in the amount of excess fungus, mites and bacteria that can hide down inside the hair follicle itself. This will eliminate or greatly reduce the Scalp Sores and Scabs on the Scalp. This is why the mix of zinc pca and herbs that Zincplex uses are vital from optimal hair and scalp conditions.
Is Seborrheic Dermatitis a Fungus?
Yes, seborrhea refers to the fact that the sebum gland is over active and is producing excess amounts of sebum. The dermatitis simply means inflamed and in this case it is the skin on the scalp, face, forehead, ears, behind the ears, cheeks and similar areas. The sebum itself feeds the fungus which in turn grows into unacceptable percentages (yes, we all have this fungus on our scalp – however the symptoms of itching, flaking, redness, inflammation inside the follicle or skin pore which can also lead to hair loss and thinning as the blood, food supply to the hair is choked off.
What Kills The Seborrheic Fungus That Causes Itching and Flaking
The best approach is two fold. Remember that the fungus feeds what is emitted inside the sebum on the scalp. So the less amount of sebum the much less percentage of fungus. The mineral zic pca is known to actually regulate the amount of sebum that is produced. This means that you will not get too much but also not too little. This same mineral is also one of nature’s best anti fungals and anti bacterials which out having to use hard drugs or medicated shampoos. The final step is to use very specific herbs that melt away and get rid of sebum plugs and reduce the inflammation on the scalp. This is very important as it acts as a flushing process inside the skin pores or hair follicle to remove yeast, mites, fungus and bacteria that has bee using these areas as hideouts. The hair products that carry these in a synergistic mix are the Zincplex for Seborrheic Dermatitis hair care line including Shampoo, Conditioner, Scalp Lotion and also a Mineral Scalp Scrub.