I went to the dermatologist yesterday. She took one look at my hairline and said that I have Sebborheic Dermatitis.
She recommended that I wash my hair with my regular shampoo, then use Selsun Blue. Selsun Blue!!! Of course my first question was whether or not that would dry out my hair. In the past, I was told to use Nizoral, which made my hair so dry and tangled. I’m always skeptical. She assured me that it wouldn’t.
She also prescribed me a medicated foam and a solution to massage into my hairline. She recommended that I use it for 2 weeks. She said it’s a chronic condition that would clear up soon, but would likely reoccur.
She asked me how long it’s been like that. I almost said it began recently, then I remembered that it’s been ongoing that’s how I was even prescribed Nizoral years and years ago. This is the worse it’s ever been though.
She told me that my hair likely fell out in that area but assured me that it would grow back soon. So, all is well.
I must say my twistout came out pretty nice when I used the Kinky Curly Curling Custard. My hair was a little crunchier than I expected, but maybe I used more than necessary. It worked out well though because it rained all day yesterday and my style still held up.
What I didn’t like about it was that my hair felt like it had a film on it after it dried. It wasn’t a bad product, but I think I like the ORS Twist N Loc Gel better.
Needless to say, I retwisted my hair last night with ORS Twist N Loc Gel. My 2nd day hair is always better than my first day hair now. That is the complete opposite of how it was when I was dealing with the two textures.
My 2nd day hair is stretched more and has more definition from the twists instead of definition from my curl pattern.
Today was a great hair day. Not to mention, I finally got my M•A•C – All of my purple life lipgloss. *smiles*
This is Kinky Curly Curling Custard…
This is 2nd day hair with ORS Twist N Loc Gel…
I also went to the dermatologist today regarding my hairline issues. More about that later.