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Hairfall and Skin pores

I have hair fall problem from last 3-4 years also have dandruff. Can hair spa be an effective treatment for hairfall problem and my second question is, my skin is oily, there is some white element generating and creating pores on my skin. What should i do ?
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Dr. Pradnya Shastri Mumbai | Dermatologist
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1. Hair spas don't really work is my experience. Your hair is the biggest indicator of your overall health. If you have hair fall then somewhere you need to focus on improving lifestyle (sleep , food and exercise). It is a holistic approach. So how could only a hair spa work? And if hair spas worked, why isn't everyone who has done it have great healthy hair? An allopathic dermatologist is the right person to address your hair fall issues is my sincere suggestion . Read this article please to understand how your hairs grow and die to regrow again:  http://www.skinmatra.com/single-post/2016/11/10/Hair-Woes-10-Things-You-Should-Know-About-Hair

2. There are 3 types of skin: oily, dry and mixed. All have their basic skin care needs. The white material is sebum (oil by sebaceous glands). This is a natural phenomenon. But the information that you have is given is insufficient to say if you have a pathological problem. So, again visiting an allopathic dermatologist will help you understand how-to take care of your skin. Also read this article please to get an idea of how the skin gives you indications : http://www.skinmatra.com/single-post/2016/09/17/Listen-to-your-skin-talk-Here-is-how

Next Steps
Visit an allopathic dermatologist near you please. Before you choose your dermatologist read this :http://www.skinmatra.com/single-post/2016/07/03/Skin-Troubles-Here-is-WHAT-NOT-TO-DO
Health Tips
Do not self medicate yourself. There are no quick fixes in skin care or hair care.
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