Oily dandruff

Oily dandruff is the result of enhanced secretion of the sebaceous glands of the skin and scalp, which in turn causes higher levels of androgen hormones in the blood. Under the influence of hormones and change occurs in the sebum. This entails consequences such as reduced disinfectant properties, and as a result of favorable conditions for the growth of skin infections.

The first signs are manifested in the most crowded places of the sebaceous glands such as the face, back or scalp. In this case, the skin becomes gray and yellow, and the hair becomes greasy within 2-3 days after washing.

Oily dandruff triggers hair loss and dandruff. This process can lead to complete baldness scalp.