Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic skin condition. It occurs when the sebaceous glands are overactive and produce too much sebum. This can occur on the scalp or on the face, body, eyebrows, groin, armpits, behind the ears. It can lead to persistent dandruff. It occurs in infants and older children as well as in adults.
The exact causes of its appearance are not known, but it is assumed that it can occur with hormonal disorders, stress, in patients suffering from Parkinson's, psoriasis, sensitivity of the skin to the environment, exposure to extreme cold, fungal infection, excessive consumption of fatty and sweet foods and others. It is characterized by reddened skin that flakes and itches.
There are several herbs that can help with seborrheic dermatitis. They are applied to the skin in the form of baths or frictions.
This herb is used to prevent and treat dandruff. It is rich in vitamin C and essential oils. It also helps with diabetes, stomach problems, respiratory problems. You can find it in powder form in organic stores or pharmacies. In a bowl, mix a few spoonfuls of it with water until you get a slurry. Apply it on the affected areas of the skin to stay there for about 15 minutes.
Used for various medicinal purposes. It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal properties. It reduces the appearance of dandruff, relieves itching and takes care of the he alth of the scalp. You can take it as a supplement or make baths or baths with neem essential oil. Fill the tub with water and drop about 20-30 drops of the oil into it.
Chamomile is an herb that is well known for its anti-inflammatory and soothing effects. Removes dryness on the skin, moisturizes and soothes it. After shampooing your hair, rinse your hair with a chamomile decoction. You can also take baths or baths in which you have dissolved essential oil from the herb.
Absorbs excess sebum from the skin and has an antiseptic and antifungal effect. You can consume it in the form of tea or pour a decoction of the herb over the affected areas.