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  • Seborrheic Dermatitis Diagnosed as Rosacea

    Seborrheic Dermatitis Diagnosed as Rosacea

    Send by Mary D. I also have SD, wrongly diagnosed as Rosacea. I always seem to have flareups around this time of the year (October), which I was told is because of the dry air. I was proscribed Metrolotion which seems to keep it under control, but then again I’ve […]

     
     
  • How to get rid of dry skin rash?

    How to get rid of dry skin rash?

    There are a number of conditions that can cause a dry skin rash, but whatever it is causing it, the symptoms range from the irritating through to the extremely painful range. Some skin rashes are more serious than others, and some can be treated a lot easy than others too, […]

     
     
  • Q: What is atopic dermatitis and is it different from Eczema?

    Answer: Atopic dermatitis is a very common skin disease found in both adults and children. In fact, up to 10 to 20 percent of the population at some point suffers from atopic dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis is often used interchangeably with the term ‘Eczema.’ Technically Eczema is slightly different and is […]

     
     
  • Q: Can you recommend a good dermatologist in my area?

    I generally don’t recommend the services of any doctor of which i have no experience with. To find a dermatologist in your area visit the American Academy of Dermatology their easy to use search engine would be a good place to start.

     
     
  • How to Use Advantage & Frontline Together for Allergic Cat Dermatitis

    How to Use Advantage & Frontline Together for Allergic Cat Dermatitis

    How to make utilization of benefit & Frontline Together for Allergic Cat Dermatitis. This write-up describes the proper selection to apply benefit and Frontline Flea manage protection to stop Allergic Cat Dermatitis. dermatitis is positively an allergic reaction that cats often have to… Instructions Things You’ll Need: Advantage flea control […]

     
     
  • How to Prevent Blepharitis

    How to Prevent Blepharitis

    How to stop Blepharitis. Blepharitis is more of an irritation than a threat within your eyes, but it’s a continual condition that recurs regardless of treatment to control symptoms. Therefore, the ideal treatment for blepharitis is… Instructions 1. Maintain scrupulous eyelid hygiene. wash the lids making utilization of the cleanse […]

     
     
  • Is there a connection between acne and seborrheic dermatitis?

    The connection between these two skin conditions is the oil on your skin also known as sebum. Sebum lubricates and protects the hair and skin and prevents drying and irritation of membranes. Sebum may collect excessively as a result of a diet rich in fats, or accelerated glandular activity, especially […]

     
     
  • What are the seborrheic dermatitis causes?

    What are the seborrheic dermatitis causes?

    Seborrheic dermatitis is a very common skin disorder that causes flaky, white to yellowish scales to form on oily areas. It occurs in all age groups. In adults, seborrhoeic dermatitis usually presents as scalp scaling similar to dandruff.  When seborrheic dermatitis or a similar condition affects the scalp of infants, […]

     
     
  • Anyone Tried Using Aloe Vera For Seborrheic Dermatitis?

    Anyone Tried Using Aloe Vera For Seborrheic Dermatitis?

    I’ve always tried to keep my scalp moisturized by using lotions.  Depending on the lotion, some did a pretty good job of keeping the scaling and flakes down throughout the day.  But…I would often “hate” the feeling I got from the lotions.  Just that greasy feeling, you know?  I started […]

     
     
  • What is Eczema?

    What is Eczema?

    Eczema is a red, itchy rash and is the general term for many types of skin inflammations, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. It is not caused by any one thing, and is not contagious, nor is it life threatening however it can be a chronic life-long condition. Eczema […]

     
     
 
 

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