We’ve all heard of the viral shaving trend, but the truth is that it’s a great thing to have in your hair.
We’ve been doing it for years now, and we’re sure you’re itching to try it.
There are a lot of reasons why you might want to try out this new hairstyle, including the fact that you’re going to be wearing it at work and/or at school, but there’s one thing that many women might not know: if you’ve got your head shaved, you’ll actually be able to get a bit of an itch to shave it off.
Here’s what you need to know about how to stop itching and get rid of your head itch.
What is a head itch?
There are two main types of head itch: viral and bacterial.
Viral head itch is caused by the common cold and can be severe and even life threatening, especially if the person is allergic to cold medication or if they have other health problems.
It is usually caused by viruses in your saliva or nasal secretions, but can also be caused by bacteria.
Viruses cause inflammation in the skin, and bacteria cause an inflammation in your mouth and throat.
While the bacteria in your head may be harmless, viral head itch can lead to infection, infection with a bacteria, and even death.
It can be very difficult to stop the itching and remove the virus from your scalp.
Here are some of the signs and symptoms that can indicate viral head or bacterial head itch in your scalp: swelling in the area around your scalp