Will getting rid of dandruff "possibly" get rid of my seborrheic dermatitis on my face?
I've heard of cases where getting rid of dandruff also got rid of a patients seborrheic dermatitis. Is this true?
I've got seb. dermatitis on my face and also dandruff. Any cream I use seems to do nothing on my dermatitis. Perhaps getting rid of my persistent dandruff first might help? Do they have a connection?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
wash your hair and face with tea tree oil and give up dairy products
- Anonymous5 years ago
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