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What is Pityrosporum Folliculitis, Malassezia Folliculitis Treatment?

What is Pityrosporum Folliculitis, Malassezia Folliculitis Treatment?

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What is PityrosporumFolliculitis, MalasseziaFolliculitis Treatment?
Pityrosporum ovale
fungus was first mentioned in our “How to Get Rid of Dandruff ” article.  Fungus Pityrosporum ovale is a common inhabitant of the scalp and other parts of the skin, and normally does not cause harmful effects. But induced by climate or hormonal changes, including stress, begins to multiply rapidly and accumulate on the scalp as well as the largest concentration of sebaceous glands. It usually causes Seborrheic Dermatitis,
andPityriasis Versicolor. The condition caused by this fungus is also known as  Malassezia Folliculitis. It is associated with metabolism, the activity of the microorganisms that 
often irritates thescalp becomes irritated and sensitive.Pityrosporum ovale are unique in the realm of fungi, the only organisms that are part of the normal commensal flora of human skin. However, under the effect of different predisposing factors, naive saprophytes become opportunistic pathogens, causing some skin diseases and systemic infections. Can be isolated from almost every part of the human skin, usually in the area of 
rich units glands. They can also cause Pityrosporum folliculitis on face. Some people mistaken it with theinfected hair folliclecondition.
What is Pityrosporum Folliculitis Treatment  Malassezia Folliculitis?
Malassezia is a normal inhabitant of healthy human head, and the food are fatty oils secreted by hair  follicles in our scalp. But sometimes, for reasons that are still unclear, fungi grows uncontrollably, causing irritation that actually accelerates the decay of cells on the scalp. It can cause Pityrosporum folliculitis.There are some tips of the pityrosporum folliculitistreatment:The most important is the use of drugs against fungus Pityrosporum ovale. For hair it isketoconazole shampoo, which is used twice a week to withdraw the changes,  then as a preventative once a week. Also, very efficient are even shampooswith zinc 

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