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Hypersecretion of sebum (sebaceous glands or seborrhea)

The sebaceous hypersecretion occurs when the sebaceous glands produce too much sebum, the skin and hair become greasy and oily, and the scalp is not sufficiently oxygenated. There are several possible causes for this disorder of the sebaceous glands: hormonal, products unsuitable or too aggressive, stress, fatigue, poor diet, etc.. For example, adolescence, pregnancy and menopause are periods of life conducive to the appearance of greasy hair due to hormonal changes that occur then.

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