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Hi all,

I am 23 years old, and last September I stopped cutting my hair and and started to wear a Dastar. Around a month ago a spot appeared on my forehead, as I wear my Dastar every day it hasn't healed properly and every time I remove my Dastar the spot looks flattened, red and is very sore to the touch. Over the past 2/3 weeks the spot as appeared to heal, then another one appeared alongside it and it has become uncomfortable during the day and very painful. I have used various spot ointments, bio-oil, sudocrem etc to try and help it heal and now put a plaster on over it prior to tying my dastar, but it hasn't gone away.

Has anyone else had a problem like this? Any recommendations how I can proceed?

Kind regards

G

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Hi all,

I am 23 years old, and last September I stopped cutting my hair and and started to wear a Dastar. Around a month ago a spot appeared on my forehead, as I wear my Dastar every day it hasn't healed properly and every time I remove my Dastar the spot looks flattened, red and is very sore to the touch. Over the past 2/3 weeks the spot as appeared to heal, then another one appeared alongside it and it has become uncomfortable during the day and very painful. I have used various spot ointments, bio-oil, sudocrem etc to try and help it heal and now put a plaster on over it prior to tying my dastar, but it hasn't gone away.

Has anyone else had a problem like this? Any recommendations how I can proceed?

Kind regards

G

bro , try getting a tube of calendula cream nelsons/boots are good brands , the calendula will help the skin to seal itself faster however if it keeps getting infected , get some tea tree oil cream and try that first , buy some calendula 30c homeopathic remedy from boots you can take a pill a day to work on it from your inside for a couple of days.

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VAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA, VAHEGURU JI KI FATEH

Is it a pressure point under your dastaar where a lot of cloth is coming together and you are tying your dastaar with a lot of pressure on the area? Try to spread out the cloth and not put so much pressure on one spot. Alternatively, if you have to place that much pressure, make sure you tie a gol smaller dastaar under it (a couple of rounds around your head) so it cushions that area from damage.

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