Seborrhaeic cyst

Seborrhoeic cysts can be recognised as hard lumps under the scalp, which vary in size from that a pea to an egg. They are caused by a blockage of the sebaceous glands, often as a result of an injury. Sometimes a fatty excretion can be squeezed from the cyst, but care must be taken not to damage the skin.

To treat this condition, we would recommend:

No.2 – Salictlic Acid and Cade Oil Scalp Cream

Directions – Directions for Use: To be applied every other day. Leave on for approximately 20 minutes, rinse off well and shampoo thoroughly
Ingredients – Salicylic Acid, Almond Oil, Glycerine, Cade Oil, Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Preservative
SEBORRHAEIC CYST TREATMENTS: INFORMATION ON SALICTLIC ACID AND CADE OIL SCALP CREAM >>

No.4 – Shampoo with Juniper Oil for Dandruff

Directions – Directions for Use: Wet hair thoroughly and apply shampoo, gently massage into the scalp and leave on for a few minutes before rinsing.
Ingredients – Aqua, Solidium Laureth Sulfate, Mealauryl Sulfate, Cocoamide Mea, Juniper, Panthenol, Citric Acid.
SEBORRHAEIC CYST TREATMENTS: INFORMATION ON SHAMPOO WITH JUNIPER OIL FOR DANDRUFF >>

No.8 – Lotion with Glycerine for Itchy Scalps

Directions – Directions for Use: After washing the hair, towel dry and apply the lotion, either straight from the bottle, or by wetting cotton wool and then applying to the scalp. The lotion is then left on the scalp to allow it to have an ongoing effect until the hair is next washed.
Ingredients – Aqua, Glycerine, Cetramide, Aloe Vera, Piroctone, Olamine, Panthenol, Wheat, Amino Acid.
SEBORRHAEIC CYST TREATMENTS: INFORMATION ON LOTION WITH GLYCERINE FOR ITCHY SCALPS >>

We hope this covers everything, but please do not hesitate to contact us on 0207 152 4473 or email info@haircentre.co if you are unsure of anything or require further advice regarding your treatment.