Thanks for your patience in answering my queries.
Well, I feel that these itchy bumps are most likely stress induced since what happens is that stress tends to increase sensitivity of the skin and causes more production of sebum and thereby makes it more reactive to foreign agents or chemicals as well as to the environment.
So, owing to the same reason your skin reacts badly to the use of even non- irritant hair sprays and other hair products which otherwise cause no harm to the skin and scalp of other users. So this conditions seems to be related specifically to stress and therefore you got to bring in the below mentioned changes and introductions.
1) You try to shift towards use of herbal hair products for a couple of months so as to allow the skin to become replenished and totally free from the affects of previously used chemicals.
2) Ask your physician to start you on an anxiolytic / stress controlling medication such as lexapro ( escitalopram) at dose of 5 mg once a day which is a modest dose to begin on, later the dose may be raised to 10 mg once a day a per the need and discretion of doctor. This medication will relieve you from the underlying stress thereby helping in preventing the vicious cycle of stress induced itchy bumps.
2 ) Try to use De-stressing exercises such yoga or meditation , deep breathing exercises, to help you overcome stress from within, this should help the medication in faster control over stress.
3) Stop taking too much of coffee and aerated drinks if you do so. Also avoid oily and spicy meals.
4) Apply calamine lotion gently over the skin which is affected as it will help towards faster healing of the bumps and also would control the itching. The lotion is to be used on PRN basis that is as and when required basis.
5) Make sure that you do not either poke or burst the bumps as it may lead to untoward reaction.
Kindly do as much as suggested and consult the doctor before doing the same.I am hopeful that with the use of this strategy applied over the course of 2 to 3 months you may see significant improvement in your condition.
I hope this helps.
Wish you all the best.
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