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    I don’t know if eczema can be on the scalp or not, but if you have a skin condition that affects your scalp, you might find coal tar shampoo to be a real game changer. My dad uses it for his psoriasis and it really works well. It’s anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-parasite and then some. I don’t personally like the texture, but I also don’t need it. Does anyone here use it? Has it worked well for you?


    Eczema can definitely be on the scalp and some people only get it in this area. I’m always looking for things that may help me, thanks for the suggestion! I’m going to look-up on it now and hopefully try and get some. I’ll let you know how it works for me!

    Thanks again.


    Another tip is to use moisturizing gels designed for your scalp, especially during spring and summer when you’re out in the sun and salty water. It does wonders, both for dry skin and eczema.

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