Acne on the face is bad enough, but what about when you get acne on the scalp? What do you do? You can’t use many of the products that are popular for facial acne on scalp acne. They will dry the scalp and disrupt the balance the scalp needs to be healthy. Some oil is needed on the scalp.
If you want a healthy scalp, and beautiful hair, you need to work toward balancing the scalp. Excess oil and bacteria build up are what leads to acne on the scalp. You need to remove the extra oil and bacteria, but you do not need to strip the oil away completely. Unfortunately, that is what most shampoos will do. Chemical products are particularly drying.
The health of your scalp depends heavily on the right balance of oil. Most anti-acne products tend to take away too much oil. Zinc is all natural. It gently removes oil and dirt from the scalp and in the hair follicle. It is also a regulating agent for the sebum gland. It helps make sure that the sebum gland doesn’t produce too much oil. Zinc is anti-bacterial which also makes it a great treatment for scalp acne removal.