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what other shampoos or treatments is there that actually works for seborrhea dermatitis?

By September 28, 2010 - 10:36pm
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I was diagnosed with seborrhea dermatitis and have tried many shampoos and hot oil treatments and they only clear up my scalp for a few days and then it gets bad again.

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Hi pebbles23,

Thanks for your question!

You haven't mentioned the products that you've already used. Can you list them out for us so we don't suggest them?

In the meantime, there are some natural methods you can try. Have you tried any of these before?

Trying herbs like red clover or cleaver may help. Stories like The Body Shop and Whole Foods have a range of natural products and herbs that can help with skin and hair. Vinegar treatments have worked for some and coconut oil, followed by lemon or lime juice can help control dandruff.
Rinsing your hair with white oak bar tree may also help. Another good rinse is rosemary. Put 16 oz of it in 16 oz of hot water and let it soak for a couple of hours. Use it as a final rinse. You can make a large amount and use it daily.

I hope this helps you!


September 29, 2010 - 11:44am
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