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What is treatment for seborrhea in a toddler?

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Dr. Joseph Eastern
Dermatology
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In brief: Nothing special

Most toddlers outgrow seborrhea fairly promptly.
If you wish to treat it anyway, you can use any of the otc anti-seborrhea shampoos in small amounts, but be careful not to let it get in his/her eyes. If it's unusually recalcitrant or severe, see a dermatologist for a prescription-strength product.

In brief: Nothing special

Most toddlers outgrow seborrhea fairly promptly.
If you wish to treat it anyway, you can use any of the otc anti-seborrhea shampoos in small amounts, but be careful not to let it get in his/her eyes. If it's unusually recalcitrant or severe, see a dermatologist for a prescription-strength product.
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