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Do you know what’s easier than folliculitis treatment? Folliculitis prevention! A number of simple measures can be taken to prevent folliculitis. Here, we’ve gathered a range of helpful tips on how to avoid folliculitis:
Tight clothing causes friction that can easily irritate hair follicles and create infections. Opt for loose-fitting and breathable clothing for folliculitis prevention.
Proper hygiene is a good way to prevent folliculitis. Wash and dry the skin and scalp thoroughly, particularly after exercising. Proper hygiene is also important in hot, humid weather where you may be sweating more than normal, as this can clog and irritate hair follicles.
Though most folliculitis causes are bacterial, it’s important to avoid sharing items such as towels, hair brushes and razors, as fungal folliculitis is contagious.
Frequent shaving may lead to folliculitis, and shaving over folliculitis bumps can greatly worsen the condition. It is best to limit shaving whenever possible to avoid ingrown hairs and infection, and prevent folliculitis. Use a clean razor blade whenever you shave, and use caution to avoid cuts that can lead to infection.
Hot tub folliculitis occurs when hot tubs or public pools aren’t treated properly, which is difficult to determine before you make use of them. If you are using them, it is recommended that you wash immediately after with antibacterial soap for folliculitis prevention.
If you own a hot tub, be sure it is well maintained.
Scratching folliculitis bumps can worsen bacterial infection and disrupt the healing process. For folliculitis prevention, it’s important not to scratch the affected area.
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