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How are bumps on the hairline treated?

Heather Kerr
Fitness

You may need to be a bit more specific; sometimes bumps along the hairline could mean several things. It could possibly mean that your skin is dry and using a good moisturizer in combination to increasing your water intake would decrease the problem.  However, without asking more questions or seeing the bumps themselves this may be something that your doctor would have more answers to. 

You may want to begin journaling the breakouts of the bumps to determine if you are experiencing an allergy.  This journal would also be a handy tool while speaking with your doctor, to determine the cause.   Skin and nutrition do go hand and hand and with proper nutrition and a well hydrated body you may find that the bumps decrease naturally.      

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