Just Dandruff Or Seborrhea? How To Distinguish Between Them And Treat The Latter
September 14, 2018 13:06
Seborrhea is probably one of the most common inflammatory skin conditions. It's characterized by scaly patches, redness of the skin, and severe dandruff. Seborrheic dermatitis can also affect other areas of the body, such as the face, nose, eyebrows, ears, and even eyelids.
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Sometimes this condition is also called dandruff, seborrheic eczema, and seborrhoeic psoriasis. In infants, it causes scaly patches on the skin. But how can we tell it from usual dandruff when it only affects the scalp? If this is the case, you could be neglecting the symptoms, thinking a good shampoo is all you need. Here's how to differentiate between the two.