Skin infections can occur on the skin surface or deeper within the skin tissue. Bacterial Skin Infections are caused by the presence and growth of microorganisms that damage host tissue. Common bacterial infections of the skin involve impetigo, folliculitis or furunculosis, simple abscesses, erysipelas and other nonnecrotizing cellulitis.

Folliculitis Bacterial is a terrible disease to contract. Chances are you are reading this because you are looking for answers. You know then that there are four causes and the treatment options are mostly prescription medications. The 4 categories of folliculitis are bacterial, fungal, viral and parasitic.

Bacterial Folliculitis is a result of one of the types of the Staphylococcus bacteria, Pseudonomas, Proteus or Coliform bacteria getting under the skin by some break in the skin and infecting a hair follicle. Once the bacteria are trapped under the skin it is possible for it to spread to other parts of the body.

Sometimes there is no treatment necessary and the skin rash may go away on its own after about a week. However, the skin rash may reappear from being re-contaminated from pools, spas, and other water objects. Bacterial Folliculitis scalp starts when hair follicles are damaged by friction from clothing, blockage of the follicle, or shaving.

Scalp folliculitis also cured by removing excess bacteria and oil, use an antibacterial cleansing product that contains tea tree extracts.Whatever kind of treatment you use, your hair may lose some valuable micro-nutrients and vitamins in the process. Once a week, about an hour before washing your hair, use a natural and deep-conditioning hair mask made from coconut milk, egg yolk, fresh tomato juice and honey. With their fatty acids, essential vitamins and amino acids and acidity to reduce your scalp's sebum levels, this combination helps replenish lost nutrients