excess scale and will itch. This disease can cause a loss of scalp hair, which will return if
the disease is controlled. The symptoms appears as small bumps, as a papule surrounded by scale.
This scale appears as dandruff. Scratching this plaques is not a good idea. The best way to treat this is to use medication that will get into the skin of the scalp. Both the scalp and hair need to be treated. The first thing you need to do is to remove the scale, by washing the hair. In this treatment we use goat milk, I use real goat milk mixed with tar. The clients sit under a cap for 20 minutes
without rinsing the goat milk mixed with tar, after 20 minutes comb through gently removing the scale, if the scale are thick repeat. After you have removed the scale gently comb through the hair parting the hair rubbing shea butter to the scalp, make sure you get the whole scalp, sit under a
clean cap for about 5 more minutes, then add macadamia oil to the scalp and hair, then blow dry. I know you may wonder why these product, so let me tell you. Goat milk is good for dry hair and dandruff condition, it softens and smoothest out nicks or scratches across the hair strand, it also makes your scalp healthier and less prone to dryness. Tar is great for the scalp especially if you have itching scalp. They sell tar shampoo for psoriasis, or you can add tar to your shampoo. Shea butter is another products that is great for the skin, it make you scalp healthier, and help to moisten your scalp to keep it from getting dry. Macadamia is great for the hair as well, it's heavy enough to hold the moisture in your hair keeping it from getting dry, so these are the things we have tried that works, and there are other products you can use, but the most important thing is to get diagnose by seeking a herbalist or other healthcare professional.