You posted on my question about oily scalp several months ago and you know what, I believe you were right about the fungus. After you wrote that i also began noticing that the oil had a "fruity" or "sweet and sour" smell to it.... the same smell that you get under your acrylics when they begin to grow fungus..... so i used anti-fungal shampoos and vinegar and it worked to cure the condition - however, getting rid of the stubborn oil required lathering my head in palmolive and letting it sit each time before I took a shower. Thanks for you intelligent advice.... it's more than any Doctor was able to offer!
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