Seborrhea is a common skin condition that majorly affects the scalp. Seborrhea causes scaly patches, red skin and dandruff. Seborrhea also affects the oil area of the body such as the face, back and upper chest. While Seborrhea is a long-term condition, some of its common symptoms include skin flakes, red skin, itching, and many more.
HOW IS SEBORRHEA DIAGNOSED?
A Dermatologist/General Physician diagnoses Seborrhea by conduct a biopsy of the skin to determine any underlying cause for this condition.
HOW IS SEBORRHEA TREATED?
Treatment for Seborrhea includes uses of medicated shampoos that helps in getting rid of the dandruff. Often, stronger anti-fungal shampoos and ointments are suggested here. Drinking lots of water and eating healthy is essential here along with maintaining good hygiene.
DID YOU KNOW?
The skin type plays a major role in the prevention of Seborrhea and the respective treatment method