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Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by InvertedHammer: 8:35pm On Apr 05, 2020
Ozid:
Good morning good people of Nairaland. I hope you all are doing great and keeping safe during this period of corona virus endemic..

Pls I need help!! My younger brother has been battling with a certain rash on his head since 2013. We keep on treating and after sometimes the rashes disappear and appear later.

He has used all kinds of creams and was even on pills to treat the rashes yet the rashes refuse to go. Pls is there anybody that knows the name of the rashes and how it can be treated because my younger brother is gradually losing his self-esteem because he can hardly go out without putting on cap to cover the area that is affected by the rashes.

Suggestions, criticism and possible solutions to the problem are welcomed. Doctors in the house your input will be highly appreciated. Attached below is a picture showing the true state of the affected areas

Pls mods move this to FP for wider coverage
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Pseudofollicular barbae.

Google and read up on it.

Don't apply any cream or ointment that contains lanolin on it.

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Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by SyndyB(m): 8:39pm On Apr 05, 2020
Scratch it with razor, then get dry dog shit(ekuke)mix it with red oil and apply it. Thank me later.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by KennyG(m): 8:45pm On Apr 05, 2020
This will work like magic:

1. Buy methylated spirits
2. Buy camphor and grind it into fine powder
3. Pour the camphor into the methylated spirit and shake well and leave for 2 -3 hours.
4. Use cotton wool to soak and apply the solution on the rashes. (Just enough to soak the small cotton wool)
5. Press the cotton wool on each rash for about 10-15 minutes at a time.
6. Do this for about a week or two, first thing in the morning and at bedtime
7. It will be a bit painful but the rashes will dry up and be gone in days.
8. Always wash your hands after each application
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by Henjor48(m): 8:55pm On Apr 05, 2020
You need to carry sacrifice at night to appease the gods. The gods are angry with you and if you don't do the necessary sacrifice, it might destroy your whole head and even enter your brain.
You will carry the sacrifice in the evening. Don't wear anything except boxers and singlets. You will walk around your town or village and be confessing how many ladies you have slept with.
[/quote] You're very funny
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by mexxyaaron(m): 9:01pm On Apr 05, 2020
oyinda1599:
Pls I have the solution to that bumps, you can contact me. 07052209101.

Good.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by Chidonsky: 9:04pm On Apr 05, 2020
Ozid:


Thank you for your input I really appreciate
I have been battling with this also for years.I have tried so many drugs and creams,it is called hair bump and very stubborn.Firstly,let him get is own clipper for personal use.Whenever he wants to barb he should make sure he take his bath to avoid dirt and germ from feeding on the affected area.Secondly,He should always take his hands off the affected area that could result from scratching.Excessive touching will result to swelling and redness.He should avoid using toxic chemicals to treat as this may cause more damage than repair.Thirdly he should go for fungal and bacteria injection every six month to cushion the effect of the disease.Better still he can go for micro cell bacteria lab test like i did.I remembered the last test i went made them to place me on drug for complete six month.The early stage of my treatment i was injected at the back of my head several time to kill it completely.Fourtly,i will advice you start treating it now to avoid it from spreading as yours is not even the much complicated type.
This are some of the drugs i have used.Though some are cheap while some are dam expensive.So here are some of the drugs and supplement that i have used. Metisan,lamisil,kentoral or any strong fungal drug,phyto defence by gnld.Infact i don't want to list all the drug i have used to avoid putting fear in you.Though that lamisil is very effective but is rare to find in the market except may be in wholesale markets.As for creams,this are the ones i can remember.Honey plus cream,ori,7days cure,funbact A,mckoll cream,bump hair cure,dermovate,vecuten,Indian hem cream,aloevera cream,aquasulf,skin cure cream,betnovate n,etc.They are so many but he can try either of mckoll,vecuten or funbact a.Am saying this because am a living witness.He can also get a good shampoo for washing.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by blueheart(m): 9:08pm On Apr 05, 2020
Ozid:
Good morning good people of Nairaland. I hope you all are doing great and keeping safe during this period of corona virus endemic..

Pls I need help!! My younger brother has been battling with a certain rash on his head since 2013. We keep on treating and after sometimes the rashes disappear and appear later.

He has used all kinds of creams and was even on pills to treat the rashes yet the rashes refuse to go. Pls is there anybody that knows the name of the rashes and how it can be treated because my younger brother is gradually losing his self-esteem because he can hardly go out without putting on cap to cover the area that is affected by the rashes.

Suggestions, criticism and possible solutions to the problem are welcomed. Doctors in the house your input will be highly appreciated. Attached below is a picture showing the true state of the affected areas

Pls mods move this to FP for wider coverage

Very stubborn.

I actually have the scars of it on my head. Took me years to get it solved but eventually only Funbact A works on it. Just #320 per tube despite all the specialists treatment I underwent.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by wisdomkid: 9:12pm On Apr 05, 2020
Ozid:
Good morning good people of Nairaland. I hope you all are doing great and keeping safe during this period of corona virus endemic..

Pls I need help!! My younger brother has been battling with a certain rash on his head since 2013. We keep on treating and after sometimes the rashes disappear and appear later.

He has used all kinds of creams and was even on pills to treat the rashes yet the rashes refuse to go. Pls is there anybody that knows the name of the rashes and how it can be treated because my younger brother is gradually losing his self-esteem because he can hardly go out without putting on cap to cover the area that is affected by the rashes.

Suggestions, criticism and possible solutions to the problem are welcomed. Doctors in the house your input will be highly appreciated. Attached below is a picture showing the true state of the affected areas

Pls mods move this to FP for wider coverage

Please it's 100% treatable, it will reduce and stop the growth. Go and meet a reputable barber and show him. There are special hospitals that treats this. The cause is because you're using public clippers. You will be given drugs and injections. The injection will be given through the head.

Goodluck and get a new personal clipper for yourself. The treatment is a little bit expensive.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by HayZee06(m): 9:23pm On Apr 05, 2020
Use any skincare product that contains Salicylic acid, Vitamin E and Aloe vera.

Works like magic


Thank me later.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by kumulus(m): 9:27pm On Apr 05, 2020
Get unconventional....
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by melviniyke2002(m): 9:27pm On Apr 05, 2020
NextD18:
Your younger brother or you?
naija man easy on him
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by mexxyaaron(m): 9:31pm On Apr 05, 2020
donjancd19:
I have the solution,I base in Lagos,that's fungi infection and it's very stubborn .This fungi hide under the skin making it difficult for some cream to get to it, unless some hard anti-fungi medics.If you are in Lagos kindly indicate.
Thanks.

Am in Lagos,how do we see after this lockdown period?
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by mexxyaaron(m): 9:32pm On Apr 05, 2020
donjancd19:
I have the solution,I base in Lagos,that's fungi infection and it's very stubborn .This fungi hide under the skin making it difficult for some cream to get to it, unless some hard anti-fungi medics.If you are in Lagos kindly indicate.
Thanks.

Am in Lagos,how do we see after this lockdown period? I am interested in the solution.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by Orpe7(m): 9:33pm On Apr 05, 2020
Buy your own fvcking clipper
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by periphetes: 9:33pm On Apr 05, 2020
Dear op,
This is acne keloid if you are not careful and strict with treatment . It increases in sizes day by day.

Please avoid scraping or pressing it will only make it to become inflammed and increase size.

Do not use corticosteroids cream containing clobetasol .


Simply dab apple vinegar on it morning and night.

Or just simply apply shea butter frequently in a day .

Future precaution
Go get your own hair kit: clipper, hair brush , towel , comb etc
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by donbaba20(m): 9:36pm On Apr 05, 2020
Scrap it and put salt
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by oluwatolami: 9:49pm On Apr 05, 2020
Scrape it and apply JIK bleach with the aid of cotton earbuds cleaner. It worked for me and it was my barber that gave me that clue.
It's gonna be painful though,but no pain no gain.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by OgogoroFreak(m): 9:58pm On Apr 05, 2020
Use egg yolk mixed with salt and blended cow dung.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by bobokunlexzy: 9:59pm On Apr 05, 2020
I treated someone having it with KEDI products & it disappeared within a month never to come back. It's now a year plus. It's called bumps & its mostly gotten from a barber's clipper that's not disinfected properly.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by Zane2point4(m): 10:03pm On Apr 05, 2020
Kinematics:



That is not a Keloid sir.

Here is a picture of a keloid, not all bumps are keloids.

Graphic content,this case pass even keloid I've seen.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by Jasy(m): 10:04pm On Apr 05, 2020
1. You have to get a personal clipper which you should always use while cutting your hair.

2. Do not let the barber to line/carve the back of your head for any reason, this is the most important. This only can make after shave bumps/rashes (that is what you are currently experiencing) to come out.

3. Please find this cream and apply it at the back of your head, I used it when I had a similar experience and it cleared. I don't know if you can find the exact one in the country you reside. I attached the picture. Goodluck man

Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by luluman: 10:10pm On Apr 05, 2020
shiwex:

Does it matter?
What matters is that somebody has in your family. grin
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by unbitable1: 10:12pm On Apr 05, 2020
Bro, kindly chat me up via my email....it happened to someone I know and I recommended a cream..very effective. Philsons2017@gmail
com
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by sunmarouk(m): 10:22pm On Apr 05, 2020
unbitable1:
Bro, kindly chat me up via my email....it happened to someone I know and I recommended a cream..very effective. Philsons2017@gmail
com

bro, I need the solution too. been battling with it for sometime now.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by tfelicityk(m): 10:32pm On Apr 05, 2020
It may sound funny applied 7 keys on it for 1week... Then share the testimony
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by UDOKABESTLUV(m): 10:46pm On Apr 05, 2020
Get in touch with me bro
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by olushowunm(m): 10:50pm On Apr 05, 2020
Ozid:
Good morning good people of Nairaland. I hope you all are doing great and keeping safe during this period of corona virus endemic..

Pls I need help!! My younger brother has been battling with a certain rash on his head since 2013. We keep on treating and after sometimes the rashes disappear and appear later.

He has used all kinds of creams and was even on pills to treat the rashes yet the rashes refuse to go. Pls is there anybody that knows the name of the rashes and how it can be treated because my younger brother is gradually losing his self-esteem because he can hardly go out without putting on cap to cover the area that is affected by the rashes.

Suggestions, criticism and possible solutions to the problem are welcomed. Doctors in the house your input will be highly appreciated. Attached below is a picture showing the true state of the affected areas

Pls mods move this to FP for wider coverage
check for AB bumps solution at most pharmacies in Lagos.
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by Justino21(m): 11:04pm On Apr 05, 2020
Use cyden cream
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by MICHEALADEX(m): 11:10pm On Apr 05, 2020
NextD18:
Your younger brother or you?

Guy you bad ooo grin
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by MICHEALADEX(m): 11:14pm On Apr 05, 2020
mymadam:


shocked Rash name: Nuchal acne

Source of infection: Usually at the barber's shop (via contaminated clippers)

When will it completely disappear?: Probably never (whether you treat it or not, it will likely go and come back!)

Treatment:
1. Good, balanced diet always (Normal, isn't it?).
2. Henceforth settle for skin haircut style (complete shave) - Why? That part of the head breaks when hairs want to grow through the follicles.
3. The big one... Regularly apply a mixture of PYTHON FAT and ALOE VERA JUICE directly to the affected part (usually the back of the head... like yours).
4. Meanwhile, learn to live with it, after all you're just one of thousands with the condition.

GET YOUR CONFIDENCE BACK NOW or...

smiley Good luck.

Hmmm python fat why python fat biko grin
Re: Stubborn Rashes On The Head: How Can I Treat This? (Disturbing Photo) by stanpetro: 11:18pm On Apr 05, 2020
Kindly wash the affected part with a medicated soap, apply fungi coated sanitizer, and use NIXODERM CREAM ....It will surely clear off and never return.

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