Seborrhoeic dermatitis is often confused with dandruff - its most visible symptom is flakes appearing on the hair and shoulders, but its symptoms are more severe.
If you know that you have seborrheic dermatitis you’ll want to visit your physician, because they are able to both recommend a treatment plan and prescribe medicated shampoos and the like
RULING OUT DANDRUFF
In fact, it’s often confused with dandruff.
Many people try an anti-dandruff shampoo first to rule out dandruff. Tough dandruff can be easily managed using a powerful anti-dandruff shampoo like Head & Shoulders Clinically Proven Solutions, with the active ingredient Selenium Suphide. Use the shampoo exclusively for 2-3 weeks. If that works, continue to use the shampoo regularly, since dandruff is a chronic condition that will come back if not treated. If that doesn’t bring relief, it may be seborrheic dermatitis – consult a physician for diagnosis and treatment.
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