Actress Countess Vaughn Tells How Lace Front Wigs Gave Her An Oozing Scalp Infection

countess-vaughn-lacefrontSo there’s proof now that lacefront wig actually do cause forehead cancer??

Via: Newsone

Petite actress Countess Vaughn (pictured), whose zany ways made us laugh on such popular TV shows as “Moesha” and “The Parkers,” has now revealed the nightmare she’s lived through with the serious infection she contracted due to her use of lace front wigs. Vaughn recently appeared on the popular daytime show “The Doctors” to openly talk about the infection that nearly ravaged her scalp.

Vaughn, who has been out of the public eye for a while now, admits that her five-year-long love affair with lace front wigs, which required her to use a glue adhesive, caused a severe scalp infection that resulted in hair loss, pus-filled blisters, scarring, discoloration, and even a facial infection.

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