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Sounds good. I did suffer for years but only ever on my scalp then 20 years ago it disappeared. I have now got a small patch which the hairdresser pointed out, I hadn’t even noticed but am trying to stop it before it gets worse. In UK I used a shampoo E47 but can’t find it here. Willsoapydave wrote: ↑Tue Aug 21, 2018 9:22 ami endured your problem for many years, tried all sorts of shampoos TGEL ETC, wrights coal tar soap,apparently its the coal tar that gives the relief, but as anything ,even coal tar is in shortage now, even stuff on prescription from doctors, none worked permanently only gave a little relief, this last twelve months started taking bicarbonate of soda small amount dissolved in water, sometimes in a morning or if I forgot in the evening,
Guess what had no problems after about a month starting on the bicarb so I take it daily now, apparently it stabilizes the PH in your body, just get the very occasional scalp itch. bought a big 1kg bag of bicarb from mas y mas, around €2 probarly last all year.
curious let me know if it works for you ,if you try it, also they say you can wash your hair with it here, will definitely try your suggestion as I have some in the cupboard.
Thank you, I intend trying everything until something works.Aviator wrote: ↑Wed Aug 22, 2018 5:04 pmHave you tried ALPHOSYL which I believe is available from Spanish farmacias. It contains coal tar extracts and the information on the bottle states it is for the treatment of psoriasis. See the following link for more information:
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Alphosyl-2-i ... Swh41avlFQ
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