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Old 09-06-2010, 03:28 PM   #1
 
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Arrow ~~LINKS to NC threads on dermatitis, eczema, allergies, itch, iffy ingredients, etc.

Threads on Curltalk Useful for Curlies with Allergies or HyperReactive Issues

cyclopentasiloxane, mineral oil, wax, etc condishs
cyclopentasiloxane, mineral oil, wax, etc condishs

Overwhelmed Newbie with Allergies...product recs
Overwhelmed Newbie w/ Allergies...Product Recs

Itchy Scalp = Glycol Allergy?
Itchy scalp = glycol allergy?

Seborrheic Dermatitis. Anyone else deal with this?
Seborrheic dermatitis. Anyone else deal with this?


Stopping the Itchies
Stopping The "Itchies"....

Cowash and Allergies
Cowash and allergies

Sensitive Skin Curlies
sensitive skin curlies?

Curlies with Gluten Sensitivity or Intolerance
Curlies with Gluten sensitivity or intolerance

Fragrance Free / Unscented Products
Fragrance free/unscented hair products

Insane Itchiness-- Help!
Insane Itchiness -Help!- UPDATE

Need Product Recs for my 2a hair and Allergies
Need product recs for my 2a hair and allergies!

Anyone have allergic reactions to products containing citrus?
Anyone have allergic reactions to hair products containing citrus?

Seborrheic Dermatitis: Raw Honey Treatment
Seborrheic Dermatitis: Raw Honey Treatment

Any ideas for flakes?
Any ideas for flakes?

Tried EVERYTHING and my scalp won't stop itching
Tried EVERYTHING and my scalp won't stop itching

Bad shampoo ingredient list needed now that I have eczema
bad shampoo ingredient list needed now that I have eczema

Question...I have a pretty big sore on my scalp
Question..I have a Pretty big sore on my scalp..

I'm new here with a big problem (please help)
Note: read if you have weird build-up / sebum issues due to good responses
I'm new here with a big problem (please help)

Is this sebum buildup or oily dandruff?
Is this sebum buildup or oily dandruff?

No Fail Flax Seed Gel--I finally did it... TWICE
No-fail flax seed gel - I finally did it...TWICE!

GENTLE cheap non-sulfate shampoos?
GENTLE cheap non-sulfate shampoos?

Skincare impact of Haircare
Skincare impact of Haircare


Heads up for Newbies: YOU CAN DO A FORUM search for all of Curltalk threads (and forum specific searches) on topics related to your issues/interests (eg. eczema) as long as the search term is more then 3 letters. Look at the "Search" feature on the forum page.

~~If one of the links is messed up or I made an error, please drop a post with corrected link url or what I need to fix. THANKS.

If I missed a Curltalk thread discussing useful products/techniques/treatments for allergic/eczema/dermatitis/etc issues with scalp/hair care (that is NOT listed, mind you), please post with the link to the Curltalk thread or NC.com article, and I will post it to this OP.

Thanks...hope this helps other curlies with sensitivities...
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Old 09-06-2010, 04:45 PM   #2
 
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I'm not sure if this one fits in the thread or not.
Dandruff vs. dry scalp (Laura Lee's thread)
Dandruff vs Dry Scalp

Off to read gentle cheap shampoos.
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Old 09-07-2010, 11:13 AM   #3
 
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Yeah, I had looked at that thread and pondered whether to put in or not and leaned towards not. BUT...since you have the link there, people can check it out.

I added this thread to the sticky one on TECHNIQUES, since some of the threads give tips on how to use sugar scrubs and rinses and etc for these conditions.
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Old 09-21-2010, 01:17 PM   #4
 
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Thanks! This is great! I think it would also help if there were a forum for people with allergies/sensitivies etc... Just a suggestion!
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Old 09-21-2010, 01:28 PM   #5
 
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Thanks! This is great! I think it would also help if there were a forum for people with allergies/sensitivies etc... Just a suggestion!
That would be nice. For now, just head to the "health-related hair" subforum. Start a thread.
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I'm not sure if this one fits in the thread or not.
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I didn't see anything related to removing allergens from the hair.
If you have (or suspect you have) allergies to dust mites, dogs or cats, pollen, fungi (mold) -- things that blow around in the air and sit on surfaces, you will feel better if you at least rinse your scalp after exposure to those things! And at least during your allergy season -- unless you've got year-round allergies like I do. Allergies can cause itchy scalp systemically, but the contact with allergens in your hair and on your scalp can give cause itching etc. as well.
It also helps to have an allergen-proof pillowcase and mattress cover and wash sheets weekly, either in very hot water (130 degrees, hotter than most of us have our water heaters set) or to add 30-50 drops of tea tree oil to the wash cycle to kill dust mites. (the scent goes away when the sheets are dry)
Dust from roads and fields and calcium chloride used to control dust are also irritants that need to be rinsed off.
Because some of these allergens will "stick" to your scalp/hair, sometimes a shampooing (co-wash... I'm not sure) is the only way to get them to go down the drain.
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Who has Word Press experience and would like to add these to our topics areas? I will offer you hair care product as a thank you!

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Old 10-05-2010, 05:02 PM   #9
 
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Who has Word Press experience and would like to add these to our topics areas? I will offer you hair care product as a thank you!

Email me at gretchen@naturallycurly.com
I hope someone takes you up on it. Lots of us with allergies on here.

The only WordPress I ever heard of is the blogging thing. Otherwise, I'd have helped with this.
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Old 10-24-2010, 05:26 PM   #10
 
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Awesome list! Thanks for this!!
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Old 10-24-2010, 05:28 PM   #11
 
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I didn't see anything related to removing allergens from the hair.
If you have (or suspect you have) allergies to dust mites, dogs or cats, pollen, fungi (mold) -- things that blow around in the air and sit on surfaces, you will feel better if you at least rinse your scalp after exposure to those things! And at least during your allergy season -- unless you've got year-round allergies like I do. Allergies can cause itchy scalp systemically, but the contact with allergens in your hair and on your scalp can give cause itching etc. as well.
It also helps to have an allergen-proof pillowcase and mattress cover and wash sheets weekly, either in very hot water (130 degrees, hotter than most of us have our water heaters set) or to add 30-50 drops of tea tree oil to the wash cycle to kill dust mites. (the scent goes away when the sheets are dry)
Dust from roads and fields and calcium chloride used to control dust are also irritants that need to be rinsed off.
Because some of these allergens will "stick" to your scalp/hair, sometimes a shampooing (co-wash... I'm not sure) is the only way to get them to go down the drain.


Perfect, well said and I'm taking note
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Thanks for the posts MirCurls and everyone.
Of course, now I'm itching again just by reading them...
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Thanks for this awesome thread!
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