Dermatite Seborroica
Skin problems, Skin problems: General

Seborrheic dermatitis

What is it

Seborrheic dermatitis, the most frequently encountered dermatitis, affects adult men and women, and also exists in an infantile form.

Its manifestations vary depending on the part of the body involved: on the scalp, it appears as dandruff or small flaky plaques; around the hairline as redness and scaling; on the face, redness and flaking in the areas by the side of the nose, in the middle of the forehead, and on the eyelids; in the armpits and groin as reddening alone; and in the centre of the chest as oily flakes of skin.

Dermatite Seborroica
Dermatite Seborroica

What to do

It cannot be treated with cortisone because it becomes cortisone-dependent and worsens.

CREAM 2S should be used to treat seborrheic dermatitis on the body (face, trunk, skin folds) by rubbing well a small amount well into the affected areas once a day, preferably in the evening. CLEANSING CREAM should be used for washing.

In the case of seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp (dandruff), treatment depends on the severity of the condition. In the case of simple dandruff, use DERMICTIOL SHAMPOO to wash the hair without rubbing it into the scalp.

In the case of adherent scales and itching, CREAM 2S should be applied in the evening, and the hair should be washed in the morning using DERMICTIOL SHAMPOO without rubbing it into the scalp.

To maintain the remission of seborrheic dermatitis, the scalp should be rubbed with a few drops of GLICOSAL LOTION in the evening, and the hair washed using DERMICTIOL SHAMPOO.

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