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Re: What Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatments HAVE and HAVEN'T worked for you?
 
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Re: What Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatments HAVE and HAVEN'T worked for you?


Treatments that have worked or helped to some varying degree:

- Raw honey
- Tea tree oil
- Coconut oil
- Oil of oregano
- Apple cider vinegar
- Nizoral (ketacanozole)
- Born to be mild (pyrithione zinc)
- ZNP bar (pyrithione zinc) DISCONTINUED
- Noble Formula bar (pyrithione zinc)
- Selsun Blue (selenium sulfide)
- Probiotics w/healthy diet

What didn't work or made things worse:
- Corticosteroid creams (elidel)
- Neutrogena t/gel (coal tar)
- Loprox(ciclopirox) shampoo

Please do not use any steroid cream. They are known to do more harm than good for your skin by thinning it. Try to use natural methods
 

 
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