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Re: MUST READ!! The CURE for Seborrheic Dermatitis
 
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Re: MUST READ!! The CURE for Seborrheic Dermatitis


What actually triggers the irritation of the scalp isn't understood, but it's thought that changes in the weather, stress, and family history can all play a role. Some other potential causes of and risk factors for scalp eczema include: Greasy hair or skin Very dry skin Other skin conditions, like psoriasis, rosacea, or acne Other health conditions, commonly Parkinson's disease and HIV Allergies or a family history of allergies, like hay fever, asthma, and atopic eczema Heavy sweating Scalp Eczema Treatments Irritation and an itchy scalp can usually be treated with a medicated dandruff shampoo. The chemical ingredients in these shampoos, including zinc pyrithione, salicylic acid, and ketoconazole, among others, can help ease the inflammation and get rid of flaky, scaly skin when used two or three times a week. To manage scalp eczema and help prevent flare-ups, do your best to: Avoid exposure to any suspected irritants and allergens Clean your scalp thoroughly, but avoid drying it out by using only a quarter-sized dollop of a gentle shampoo and warm, never hot, water Keep stress levels under control Shampoo your hair after you've been sweating heavily, such as after a workout, because perspiration can be a trigger. Thanks, Nav
 

 
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