the problem is in the hair follicle.. so treat the hair! works wonders

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    the problem is in the hair follicle.. so treat the hair! works wonders

    ok so i think i realized something after trying countless products. the problem occurs within the hair follucle right? so i figured why not get something that treats hair? so I tried tea tree oil and olive oil for hair by Hollywood Beauty ($3 each only) and they work like a dream (i have kp alba). you can get them at at wallgreens, walmart, cvs. they have to be this brand though. give it a shot it might work for you too! but continue to exfoliate. let me know what you think!!

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    Re: the problem is in the hair follicle.. so treat the hair! works wonders

    Cham,

    Thanks for the suggestion. We are always glad to hear of a new product or treatment that is helpful. Please post again if you have an update.

    kebod

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