Epsom salts can usually be washed away completely by running water.
In your case, it is likely that it is the Dermol 500 which is causing the problems and not the Epsom salts.
Dermol 500 lotion contains four main ingredients: liquid paraffin, isopropyl myristate, benzalkonium chloride and chlorhexidine hydrochloride. The liquid paraffin will cause the hair to become sticky and oily by forming a barrier over the scalp and hair. The other two ingredients can cause irritation and hair loss.
Dermol 500 should be used only in conditions like psoriasis where the skin becomes dry and scaly.
Please stop using the Dermol and try using a normal hair shampoo - you should see the state of your hair improving gradually.
Consulting a doctor for tests to identify the cause of your baldness will also help.
I hope this helps.
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No, washing up liquid would cause more harm to your scalp and hair.
The best thing for you to do is try baby shampoo. These are mild but can cause substances like salts to drain out.
Another option is to apply lemon juice . Lime juice is an astringent and will strip salts and paraffin from your hair. Juice one half of a lime and apply the juice, keeping it on for 30 minutes. Wash off with baby shampoo. try this for one month to see results.
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