Understanding Folliculitis: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment 

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Dealing with Follucilitis Apart From Medical Treatment 

Aside from medical treatment, certain lifestyle changes can help manage and prevent folliculitis. Here are some recommendations: 

  • Maintain good personal hygiene, including regular showers and washing clothes and towels frequently. 
  • Avoid sharing personal items, such as razors or towels, with others to minimize the risk of bacterial or fungal spread. 
  • Choose loose-fitting and breathable clothing to minimize friction and sweat buildup. 
  • Opt for gentle and non-irritating skincare products, avoiding harsh chemicals or fragrances that may exacerbate the condition. 
  • Refrain from excessive shaving or waxing, as this can cause further irritation to the hair follicles. 
  • Keep the affected areas clean and dry, and avoid scratching or picking at the bumps to prevent secondary infection. 

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