Whats suggested shampoo for seborrheic dermatitis?

Seborrheic Dermatiti. Nizoral (ketoconazole) shampoo is used in the treatment of dandruff, which can be a chronic and embarrassing condition that likely will not completely go away but can be successfully treated. Dandruff usually can be treated with over-the-counter medications....

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Best everyday shampoo for seborrheic dermatitis?

Any shampoo. Any shampoo will do. Pick the one you like. If you need a name, Head and Shoulders is as good as any. Read more...

What shampoo should I use for seborrheic dermatitis?

Look for one... ...With either tar, salicylic acid, zinc pyrithione, or selenium sulfide. If none of those are strong enough you'll have to visit a dermatologist to get a prescription-strength shampoo, plus perhaps a steroid foam or lotion. Read more...

What should I do if I have seborrheic dermatitis and I've tried two shampoos help!?

Dry scalp. Mild dry scalp can be treated with over the counter shampoos containing selenium sulfide or zinc pyrithione or coal tar, or salicylic acid. Moderate to severe cases may need to be evaluated by a doctor for prescription grade medications. Read more...

Is there a definitive cure for seborrheic dermatitis? I'm sick of head and shoulders shampoo and being scared of a flare up.

Seborrhoic dermatiti. Since seborrhoic dermatitis is caused by a fungus you can obtain an antifungal shampoo, nizoral1 percent over the counter. Read more...
Seborrheic dermatiti. Best thing to do is see a good dermatologist and get on a preventive and treatment program. Read more...

How can I tell the difference between dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis? Is there any harm in using sd shampoo if it's only dandruff?

Pretty much the same. Dandruff (seborrhea) is common. Shampoos with zinc, salicylic acid, selenium, or coal tar are sold in many stores. Nizoral shampoo (contains anti-fungal) is also available. Doctors may also recommend cortisone or kenalog (triamcinolone) sprays. Prevent dryness (don't wash hair too often). A primary doctor or dermatologist can look for psoriasis, eczema, or fungal infections if unusual or worrisome scalp symptoms. Read more...