However there is nothing to suggest that it would be harmful to use it on your scalp which is after all, skin like the other areas the cream is approved for.
Some ladies say that it has helped them regrow their edges after years of mistreating their hair and some are using it to get to their hair length goals faster.
There is definitely a flip-side as some reported side effects include excessive shedding, scalp itching, scalp burning and headaches.
While this isn’t the norm it’s important to take these side effects into consideration when deciding if you want to give it a try.
How Should You Use It?
There are a variety of ways in which you can use this for your own hair. The first is in its natural form. By “natural” I simply mean the cream as it comes in the tube/container. Application this way simply requires rubbing it all the way into your scalp anywhere from daily to every few days.
Other forms of application involve mixing the cream with something else. This includes diluting it with water and using a spray bottle as well as mixing it with oils*. It really depends on what works for you.
When considering how often to apply your mixture, take into account the directions on the package as well as how often you would use another type of growth aid. Daily seems to be a popular option with ladies in forums.
To Sum It All Up
If you can get past the initial shock of using vaginal anti-fungal cream on your scalp, this could be worth a try for you. Remember to do plenty of your own research to make sure it’s something you really want to do.
Just like with other hair growth treatments it may or may not work for you. Aside from the side effects mentioned above there has been no evidence to show that there is any harm in trying. Go for it…if you dare.
Originally posted 2014-02-21 15:00:48.