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Seborrhoeic Eczema

Re: Seborrhoeic Eczema

Postby santusha » Mon May 14, 2012 11:13 pm

I have suffered from seb eczema at the back of my head i use the T-gel shampoo but it didnt help me i don't know what to do it get worse can anyone give me a good advice what i can use
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Re: Seborrhoeic Eczema

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Re: Seborrhoeic Eczema

Postby sebeczsufferer » Mon Aug 06, 2012 3:01 pm

I have suffered with seb. eczema since birth and nothing the doctors have ever given me has helped and shampoos such as T-Gel and Oilatum only seem to worsen the problem. I have found products myself which do the trick. I use matrix biolage anti-dandruff shampoo which uses natural ingredients and although it doesn't get rid of the scabs or redness, the itching goes away which I find is the worst part and it controls my dandruff. For the scabs and red patches I apply a hydrocortizone cream to the affected areas which really seems to help. Also for the patches around the eyebrows/nose I use botanics ultra-calming moisturiser which is again mostly natural. Hope this helps!
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Re: Seborrhoeic Eczema

Postby Sean » Fri Aug 10, 2012 7:13 am

Avoid using steroid applications, because these tend to have harmful side effects in the long run. I've tried Natzema (natzema.com) before and it worked really well for me.
Sean
 

Re: Seborrhoeic Eczema

Postby TAHIRA » Thu Sep 13, 2012 1:29 pm

WHICH ANTIBIOTICS CAUSE DRY SKIN?
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