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... I'm so sick of hearing people say use apple cider vinegar on your face its a wonder cure,the facts are,it just stings, and makes you smell like a chip shop,in answer to the original question,the cream should be applied to affected areas once a day,and rubbed in,no need to wash off like the shampoo,use once per day for around 4 weeks to clear up seb derm flare up,keep area... (3 replies)
... To use, start by diluting a small amount in water, say maybe 1 part vinegar to 6 parts water. ... (3 replies)
... apple cider vinegar, so I'll be heading off to the health food store as soon as I get a chance. to get a bottle of it. ... (8 replies)

... steroids and other bits, but recently I was turned on to Apple Cider Vinegar. It stinks like hell but it works. ... (8 replies)
... for my seborrheic dermatitis and sensitive scalp. ... (2 replies)
... to kill the fungus internally. For a quick fix for symptoms try appple cider vinegar diluted, scalp and face. ... (2 replies)
... uggle to survive in acid conditions which are well tolerated by the skin. Wash hair with mild shampoo, rinse as normal then do additional rinse with 1 part apple cider vinegar to 3 parts water. Use this rinse daily with or without shampooing until conditions improve. ... (10 replies)
... I'm a long term SD sufferer and I too find Head & Shoulders to be far more effective than Nizoral. If your face is also affected by SD I would recommend applying apple cider vinegar diluted with bottled/filtered water (not chlorinated tap water) to the lesions and this should help clear them up. As far as diet goes, the best thing you can do is eliminate sugar and refined... (10 replies)
... Apple cider vinegar on the chest. Hopefully this will prevent any more SD! ... (6 replies)
... I agree, 1 part water to 1 part vinegar. I do think organic apple cider vinegar is best though. ... (6 replies)
... As cider vinegar is a fungicide it may help me too. Any advice on usage? ... (6 replies)
... Organic apple cider vinegar is usually recommended for SD. I think it's less acidic than white vinegar. ... (6 replies)
... What treatments for seborrheic dermatitis have worked for you? ... (3 replies)
... Thank you for your replies, guys. I've been using apple cider vinegar deluted in water, T-Gel shampoo, hydrocortizone, and oatmeal moisturisers for a week or two now. All these things help temporarily reduce the redness/itchiness/flaking, but it all comes back within hours. For those of you who've been dealing with this annoying condition: How long do your flare-ups and... (9 replies)
... ups. I also recommend the apple cider vinegar. Whatever you do, do not take antibiotics as this will only make it worse. ... (9 replies)
... OK, guys, I have a date tomorrow. I am so stressed. My dermatitis is worse than ever. What do I do? ... (9 replies)
... one palm and my scalp. It is horrible to live with. I am on meds from the Derm. but they don't really help too much. A suggestion on another board was "Apple Cider Vinegar" to kill the fungus. ... (9 replies)
... I have a quite similiar situation to yours was diagnosed with SD about 6 years ago with symptoms of pinkness around my nose. a few months ago i got dermatitis around my upper lip which was nasty looking and painful as well, it has mostly gone away with antibiotics, and Apple cider vinegar. ... (9 replies)
... Antibiotics are the worst thing you could take for seborrheic dermatitis. ... (4 replies)
... I dont have the dermetitis on my face but my scalp was horrible.I started using nioxin cleanser and scalp therapy over a week ago and it seems to have cleared it up.I had been using Nizoral every 2-3 days.I started using Nioxin for hair loss.So far my scalp clearing up is just a fantastic plus.Im crossing my fingers for it to last.Anyway,I read somewhere that you can use... (14 replies)




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