Question by Beachy: How to remove seborrheic dermatitis scale?
I have seborrheic dermatitis in my eyebrows and every time I try out to remove the scale eyebrow hairs fall out with it. I have attempted shampooing, put oil on them, every little thing, but it constantly caused hair loss or didn’t fully take away the scale. How can I take away it with no causing hair reduction?
Reply by Sami
Use a mild cortisone cream at night and a very good moisturiser in the early morning. Vaseline is great for in the course of the day to make it less visible. Good luck.
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What helped a lot for my seborrheic dermatitis is apple cider vinegar. I usually make a solution of 1/3 shampoo, 1/3 apple cider vinegar, 1/3 water and it works like a charm. When my scalp is in very bad conditions, pouring some pure apple cider vinegar helps significantly to remove scales.
In your case I would not do this as the spot is very close to the eyes, and a small drop can burn a lot.
I would therefore suggest to soak a cloth in pure apple cider vinegar and gently apply it on your eyebrows 2-3 times a day after washing your face.
Try also to use soaps as natural as possible. In particular, look at the ingredients and try to buy soaps without Sodium Laureth (or Lauryl) Sulfate, as this can be pretty irritant subjects with Seborrheic Dermatitis.
I have been given this suggestion to many people with this condition, and in most cases it seemed to help. Please let me know if it does also in your case!