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Face Wash For Seborrheic Dermatitis
A red, sometimes itchy rash with scales, related to dandruff. It often is present on the scalp and around the nose and eyebrows, but can also appear on the chest and under the arms. The yeast malassezia may play a role and many treatments target this yeast as well as the ...Read more
See dermatologist: See a dermatologist and find out. Over-the-counter therapies generally do not work. ...Read more
I have been diagnose with seborrheic dermatitis and it has caused hypopigmentataion spots on my face what can I do please help?
Hypopigmentation: Anytime there is inflammation on the skin especially in darker skin, there could be hypo or hyperpigmentation (light or dark spots) left behind. This typically resolves with time unless further inflammation occurs. A proper diagnosis and treatment plan should be conducted by a skin doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have seborrheic dermatitis and I'm using Physiogel A.I on my face, but I notice that is for dry skin, is there an alternative I can use?
Better Rx?: This isn't really the most targeted therapy for seborrheic dermatitis. You have a lot of choices. A salicylic acid face wash, or something containing ketoconazole, may be the most helpful. Your physician can guide you. Seborrheic dermatitis isn't curable but is very manageable. Best wishes. ...Read more
I had paint in my face and I washed it off with a product containing methylparaben...can this affect my seborrheic dermatitis or beard growth?
You're fine: This is a very common product, produced in nature, used by insects to signal each other and so-forth, and is famously non-toxic so far as anybody's been able to show. Of course, since it's in cosmetics, there are folks making stuff up about it being dangerous. You should stop reading internet "scare" stuff. If it were risky, some scientist would have made his/her reputation proving it. ...Read more
Scientific Rx: You're not going to be able to manage your acne without prescription strength medication from a competent physician. Perhaps a combination of topical benzoyl peroxide and a systemic antibiotic will prove sufficient. Seborrheic dermatitis is often easier to manage with ketoconazole or some other appropriate medication. "Pop" advice won't work (it is mostly cruel misinformation). Best wishes. ...Read more
Anti-fungal & OTHERS: Antifungal agents work by reducing numbers of malassezia yeast in affected areas of your body. Ketoconazole is found in shampoos, foams, gels and creams. 1% concentration is (otc) and 2% is (rx) prescription. Another anti-fungal is ciclopirox is found in prescription shampoos. Other products are:tacrolimus (protopic) pimecrolimus (elidel), selenium sulfide, zinc pyrithione (otc), coal tar (otc). ...Read more
I use pimecrolimus (because of my seborrheic dermatitis) on the face...Can it harm my beard growth?
Probably not: But have you tried hycrodortisone cream?Get a more detailed answer ›
I apply everyday to the face zinc pyrithione to treat my seborrheic dermatitis. Can this affect my beard growth?
No: It's good for youGet a more detailed answer ›
Is there a definitive cure for seborrheic dermatitis? I'm sick of head and shoulders shampoo and being scared of a flare up.
I have a chronic seborrheic dermatitis condition on my face which comes intermittently. I use tacrolimus. Is it okay to tacrolimus chronically...
No: It is immune suppressant. Used in post organ transplant like heart or liver etc. Instead look for cause. Visit us at www. Ehacstl. Com to learn how to treat the cause. It is usually environmental and nutritional ...Read more
I had persistent red face and sometimes dandruffs on beard especially at winter. How can know if it rosacea or seborrheic dermatitis?
No: There are numerous otc products for this: when you shampoo, also wash face with hands. Head & shoulders has 2 kinds. Nizoral, (ketoconazole) selsun, others are easily found & cheap. The generics are just as good. You can get otc Miconazole cream, Clotrimazole cream Hydrocortisone cream. If it fails to respond, see a dermatologist. ...Read more
I was exposed to the sun yesterday and my face is a little red, what should I do? Can affect seborrheic dermatitis or my facial hair growth?
Enjoy yourself: A little time in the sun is good for you. If it's going to be more than a little, use sunscreen. If you've got seborrheic dermatitis, manage it like a grown-up -- simple dandruff shampoo might be enough. Your facial hair growth is genetically programmed -- sparse or thick, be happy with what nature gave you. Frankly, I'm sorry anybody made you afraid of sunlight -- too many scaremongers. ...Read more
I have seborrheic dermatitis, therefore I have pealing and flaking skin...removing flakes from my face will affect my beard growth or hair follicles?
No: Wash your face with a dandruff shampoo. A dermatologist will help you. ...Read more