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Re: Scalp Staph Folliculitis and I shaved!
 
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Re: Scalp Staph Folliculitis and I shaved!


For me, Manuka Oil didn't work. Definitely the honey is the better way to go. It's expensive, but you only need to use a tiny bit on infected areas. One jar has lasted me over 6 months, and will probably last me 1 year more.

When my infection was at its worst, any heat made it flare up instantly. When I was in the shower, the sun, or cooking, I could feel it getting worse immediately.

I wear a hat. I don't know if it is good or bad, but it doesn't seem to make any difference now I have a shaved head.

This is the honey I bought:

http://www.superfooduk.com/spirits-bay-manuka-honey-umf-30-250g-out-of-stock-...


I recommend it highly, and while I still had visible infection, I used to put a very thin layer over the infected area, then cover it with a cap, so people couldn't see.

Mine is also staph folliculitis.

It sounds like you have caught the infection early, and by your rapid progress, I'm sure you'll have a healthy scalp in no time.

I did try growing my hair again after about 4 months, out of curiosity more than anything, and within a week, the infection was back again. So my recommendation to anyone is to keep it shaved.
 

 
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