Help!how can i care my sun burnt scalp?i'm afraid of all kinds of harm to my hair~I wish i can put the sun block on my scalp,but i cant!can i put some kindda thing to slove the sun burn problem or ways to block the sun?
updated by @murphy-the-rasta: 02/14/15 03:31:58PM
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I hate the sun=-=it burns my scalp
The higher the altitude the more likely you'll burn. Just wear a hat or try to cover your scalp with hair. Usually natural dreads cover the entire head but sometimes they will have a rare piece of scalp showing when they lay a certain way.Murphy the rasta said:
some part aint blocking the sun out.....and im not sure if UV is stronger in hk..
im a rugby playa,,some times i have to play under the sun for 5 hours..i did once interlock 5moths ago...lose hair 's came out again..interlocking might not the main problemsoaringeagle said:
did u interlock or crochet or do rigid sections that leave scalp exposed
aloe to treat aloes amazing on burns but to prevent..a hat..or hair
yup...hat may not be useful coz i need to sport under the sun...i wish i can wear a hat while playin rugby,,aint possible thoulghGreyGargoyle said:
The higher the altitude the more likely you'll burn. Just wear a hat or try to cover your scalp with hair. Usually natural dreads cover the entire head but sometimes they will have a rare piece of scalp showing when they lay a certain way.
Murphy the rasta said:some part aint blocking the sun out.....and im not sure if UV is stronger in hk..
im a rugby playa so, i cant wear a hat while playin rugby. i 've got one jar of coconut oil now.i use it straight on my hair or scalp?raw sum said:
Hi, If burned already ... coconut oil... extra virgin cold pressed raw coconut oil from the organic food store or the health food store. It has to be pristine white with maybe a small bit of more yellow on the bottom of the jar... (I have staved off a very serious burn one time by slathering myself in the coconut oil.. soothing and not even a peeling after .. who new?) ... if it's not yet burned then of course coconut oil for protection and stay out of the high sun and/or wear a hat if needed for longer periods of time ... btw it's now proven that we NEED sunlight and would you guess it's the sun between 10 and 2 that has the UVA rays our body needs for the vitamin D uptake in the body... follow your innate knowledge is my motto...
be well ... rawsum