• About Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatment Options

    Seborrheic dermatitis treatment options vary. Before determining the most effective seborrheic dermatitis treatment, one should consider the age of the person with seborrheic dermatitis and where this skin condition is located. Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatment for Infants Seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp is commonly known as dandruff. The best seborrheic dermatitis […]

  • First Seborrheic Dermatitis Symptoms

    If you or someone you know is concerned about seborrheic dermatitis symptoms, it is important to know the facts about this disorder including, the identifying seborrheic dermatitis symptoms, as well as, your treatment options. Common Seborrheic Dermatitis Symptoms The condition known as, seborrheic dermatitis is a typical skin disorder that […]

  • ZNP Bar For Seborrheic Dermatitis

    I’ve read quite a bit about the ZNP Bar for seb derm, but was reluctant to plunk down $10 for a bar of soap!  But I was in a local drug store today and saw one so I couldn’t resist purchasing and giving it a try.  (I do this for […]

  • Is Seborrheic Dermatitis Worse In The Winter?

    Most articles and reports I read, say that “seborrheic dermatitis is usually worse during the winter months”. I tend to agree with that statement myself. The colder temperatures and low humidity dry my skin more, which at least gives the “impression” that my seborrheic dermatitis is worse. I don’t really […]

  • Easy Seborrheic Dermatitis Natural Treatment

    Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin disease that can make your skin flak, greasy and scaly. Usually this disease affects the scalp area. It is also known as dandruff for adults and “cradle cap” for babies. Other than the scalp, it also affects in the other areas of the body as […]

  • What Ingredient Is in Medicated Shampoo?

    What component Is in Medicated Shampoo? Medicated shampoo is particularly for people that endure from psoriasis , dandruff,  atopic dermatitis and of course, seborrheic dermatitis.  Some with the symptoms of this sort of conditions involve excessively dry and”. Salicylic Acid.Salicylic acid is normally prescribed as obtaining a topical cream to […]

  • Beautiful Hair and Healthy Scalp Secrets & Remedies

    I wanted to take a few minutes today and tell you about a book that I recently purchased called, “Beautiful Hair & Healthy Scalp Secrets & Remedies”.  My seborrheic dermatitis is concentrated on my scalp and face, so I was particularly interested when I saw the title.  And while the […]

  • Is Your Skin Problem All In Your Head?

    I’ve tried numerous different treatments which my dermatologist proposed. No luck with any of them. It gets downright depressing after awhile! I’m a big believer in the mind/body connection, so when I came across this website for Dr. Ted Grossbart who treats the “mental” side of skin problems, I couldn’t […]

  • Champori To Treat Seborrheic Dermatitis

    As you probably know if you’ve read any of my posts, I’m a long time sufferer of seborrheic dermatitis. I recently purchased a “psoriasis” product from  Champori.com because I’ve read many good things about it. Granted, SD and psoriasis are two different conditions, but there are a lot of similarities. […]

  • 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 […]


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