Seborrheic Dermatitis MustWatch
Hey guys this is quot;Joy The Designerquot; I’m here to give you an important message Please dont mind the messy room. Its really messy .so if you have diabetes and your hair is flaking your scalp is flaking don’t ignore it like I did I’m kinda choking up cuz its seborrheic dermatitis and soon it will get worse and worse until it comes to your forehead then you get like me on this.
Skin will start peeling over here, on your forehead and behind your ears. it gets crazy, so soon as your hair starts flaking and if you’re diabetic This is very common on people with diabetes. we don’t know why but it just is so just be careful . So one tips I can give you is. either get selsun blue shampoo or. this it’s basically the same thing but Family Dollar generic brand and just get it and use it.
Like once a week untill it goes away. contain it as fast as possible. before it spreads out. also on more thing: don’t use in harsh products on your face dont use any acid soap or any skin lightening products or any are harsh cleansing soap Neutrogena and all that kind of stuff. always into sensitive products okay because, you have diabetes so you are gonna have a lot of problems alright thank you guys for watching. Make sure you follow everyrthing I Told You.
Because I’m not kidding. This shits gonna get worse. And this, the told me this is now permanent the marks on my face are now fucking permanent. So I should have gone to the way before now peace.
How To Get Rid of Dandruff Seborrheic Dermatitis with Sandra Lee
So what exactly is dandruff? And how do you get rid of those annoying, embarrassing flakes? Hi guys, it’s Sandra Lee here! You guys also know me as Pimple Popper. Well, I get a lot of questions about Dandruff on my channel. People want to know exactly what it is and how to treat it. A lot of us know what it is because a lot of us live with it. But, actually a lot of us think we know what it is and we might not actually have it. As a Dermatologist I try to reassure my patients who come in complaining of Dandruff that this is something that’s very normal, it’s extremely common. It’s not life threatening, and it’s something that can be controlled. That can be treated with the right tips.
So let’s talk a little bit about Dandruff. Let’s talk about what it is, who gets it, why we get it and how to treat it. What is Dandruff? The medical term for Dandruff is Seborrheic Dermatitis and this when you get a kind of greasy, scaly, flaky, itchiness of the skin. Dandruff occurs in areas where there is hair. Because on a hair follicle there is an oil gland attached. What this Sebaceous Glands do is they secrete oil to lubricate the skin, and they kind of.
Escape from under the skin through our hair follicles. That’s why we see it very commonly on the scalp, but we see in a lot of hair bearing areas. We’ll see it in the eyebrows, and kind of around these. these are called the nasolabial folds. And what we’ll see is a little bit of redness, some scaly kind of greasy, flaky scale and it can be itchy. We also see it in men if they have a lot of hair around the chest. They can have some of this Seborrheic Dermatitis there as well. And that is all Dandruff! Who gets Dandruff? Dandruff can occur in all ethnicities, in all ages, but I’d say we probably see an increase.
In Dandruff in people who are going through puberty. They have more hormones going through their system, they have more oil production and this is usually what is associated with Dandruff. Many of you guys might know that babies can get Seborrheic Dermatitis, they get Dandruff. It’s in the form of Cradle Cap, where you get this thick scale on your scalp. Cradle Cap is a really common condition in babies, it is not life threatening and it usually clears up without seeing a , but there are prescription medications if you have a tough case. Dandruff is a very chronic condition. It is something that comes.
And goes. It is not something that we can treat. There’s no magic pill, or magic cream that I can give you that can make it go away and have it never come back. We know what Dandruff looks like, but we don’t know exactly what causes it. There’s a lot of theories that we have. We think that maybe it has to do with a fungus that lives in our skin. This fungus is called Malassezia. And we think that people that are more sensitive to it can get more flakiness, more of this greasy, flaky, kind of scale. Genetics plays a role.
And it has a lot to do with whether we have parents who have really oily skin or have really dry skin. Whether they are really hairy or not very hairy at all, all these sorts of things come into play. So, certainly genetics can play a role in how much Dandruff you might get. Even your environment can affect your level of Dandruff. If you live in a really humid environment, if you live in a really dry environment, these things can actually factor into how bad your Dandruff is. Because we think that Dandruff is caused by a yeast or a fungus, there are many over the counter medicated shampoos that really specifically.
Target this. So that’s why they have ingredients like Ketoconazole, Ciclopirox, Zinc Pyrithione, Selenium Sulfide, Coal Tar, Salicylic Acid. Most of these are antifungal or antiyeast medications and some of them are really targeted to kind of exfoliate or decrease the flakes on our skin. But we also use steroids. Topical steroids will help to decrease the inflammation, decrease the desire to scratch the area. That’s going to help you as well. One of the big mistakes that people make is they think that a Dandruff shampoo is not working for them but they might not be using it properly. You really have to remember: your hair is not what you’re treating.