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How do different medications treat seborrheic dermatitis?
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Dr. Michael Fisher
Dermatology
In brief: Seborrheic derm
Ketoconazole is found in shampoos, foams, gels and creams.
It's available in over-the-counter products in a 1 percent concentration and prescription products at a 2 percent strength. Some studies show that the 2 percent strength may be more effective. In a small percentage of people, ketoconazole can cause irritation, itching and burning. Prescription promiseb is very effective for seborrheic derm.

In brief: Seborrheic derm
Ketoconazole is found in shampoos, foams, gels and creams.
It's available in over-the-counter products in a 1 percent concentration and prescription products at a 2 percent strength. Some studies show that the 2 percent strength may be more effective. In a small percentage of people, ketoconazole can cause irritation, itching and burning. Prescription promiseb is very effective for seborrheic derm.
Dr. Michael Fisher
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