Seborrhoeic dermatitis is essentially a more severe form of dandruff. We know that medicated shampoos can keep it under control,but is there actually a cure for the condition?
Seborrhoeic dermatitis is a common skin condition
that affects areas of the body that produce sebum, one of which is the scalp.
There are many factors that influence the development of the condition, such as genetic and hormonal influences as well as naturallyoccurring microbes that live on the skin.
Seborrhoeic dermatitis does not have a cure
It’s what we call a recurring condition – just like dandruff.
So while you can effectively control it and treat all the symptoms, unfortunately it cannot be completely cured.
It’s possible to get rid of the symptoms for good
Just because it can’t be cured, it doesn’t mean you’ll have to put up with the symptoms forever. Use the right treatment regularly andyou can help keep all the symptoms away – and as long you keep on using it, you can stop them from coming back.
So while you might have seborrhoeic dermatitis, you won’t need to suffer from it.
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