The majority of medical literature attributes seborrheic dermatitis to the malassezia fungi. As a result, antifungals are currently the most common treatment approach as defined in recent medical and dermatological text-books. The main focus of all topical anti-fungal products is to inhibit fungi on the skin’s surface. However, recent advances in the understanding of skin...

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A large number of dermatologists may also recommend using zinc pyrithione for seborrheic dermatitis. Zinc pyrithione is another anti-fungal agent most commonly available in commercial shampoo formulations. Zinc pyrithione shampoos can be found in most drug stores and super markets in North America. Soaps, creams, and lotions that integrate zinc pyrithione are more difficult to...

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Another common antifungal used for treatment of seborrheic dermatitis is selenium sulfide. This active ingredient is recommended only for usage in wash-off formulations, due to toxicity concerns . Table of Contents1 A Little History on Selenium Sulfide2 How Selenium Sulfide is Believed to Relieve Seborrheic Dermatitis3 Selenium Sulfide Safety Concerns4 How it Compares to Other...

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In this post we will analyse the most popular currently available lotions for eczema. Most of the information here is taken from various sources across the web and this post is meant to be a general reference. The following criteria was used when choosing what to include in this list: Lotion has to be widely...

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This article will try to go over the basics of available seborrheic dermatitis nose treatments. Aspects such as why facial seborrheic dermatitis typically starts around the nose, potential treatments options and my own personal experience are discussed. Additionally, one of the most popular treatments discussed on this website can be found here:  . It came...

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