I have itchy red spots on my scalp and also have flaking skin coming off my head. I use biolage shampoo and conditioner... What do I do?

Depends. Your condition may be seborreic dermatitis or scalp psoriasis. These conditions are at either end of the spectrum and psoriasis is generally more severe w silvery scale and redness. Both conditions do best with rx shampoo like clobetasol to reduce inflammation. If its seb derm, an rx anti fungal shampoo is also good. Otc zinc or selenium shampoo are good but rx are better.
Skin. Is largest organ in the body. It needs proper nutrition like every other organ. Stop eating "junk" if that applies, particularly sugar and try taking a teaspoon of canola oil once a day.

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The skin on my forehead is flaking and now I am getting itchy red spots appearing. These spots crust over? Could it be a food allergy?

Office visit. I'm concerned about seborrheic dermatitis and a couple of other entities, but this should be seen by your physician. I trust you are not taking any new medications. Good luck. Read more...
No. If you have a food allergy you would have a more generalized reaction involving more parts of your body. If the flaking and spots are in one spot then you have an infection. Without seeing it, it is difficulty to determine what it is. Read more...
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No. Food allergies are blamed for all kinds of problems. I think that for every 1000 times someone is worried that their rash is food related, i find it to be true in just 1 or 2 patients. As other respondents have said, food allergies cause hives or GI problems and the problems tend to be generalized, not just one part of the skin. Read more...

Itchy red spots appeared overnight in my upper chest. They range from half to a quarter of an inch and have no visible raised head. Any clue?

Sudden itchy rashes. on the torso usually have allergy or hypersensitivity causes. I would monitor and apply an antihistamine cream or ointment and monitor for duration, relief or change of symptoms. Read more...

I have dry, itchy red spots on my skin that turn white. They're really bad on the back of my knees. What is this?

Eczema? By location and symptoms, it sounds like eczema. When it goes away, it sometimes leaves lighter patches. Treated by cortisone creams and prevented by moisturizing the skin better, eczema is very common. Dry climate (winter) can worsen. Moisturize well--creams, not lotions. The color will return if it is eczema. Read more...