Treatment of seborrheic dermatitis folk remedies
What the patient is suffering from seborrheic dermatitis, when all medicines tried, and the result is zero? It remains to resort to time-tested folk remedies, which I carefully collected in this article.
I have not had the opportunity to try these tools for yourself, because, fortunately, I was able to cope with seborrheic dermatitis with the help of traditional treatment. But I promise in the event of aggravation to try out some of these tools and describe the results . But if some of you have already done so, be sure to share your experiences in the comments or on the forum.
Folk remedies for the treatment of seborrheic dermatitis
There is also evidence that the juice contained in aloe, is able to alleviate the symptoms of seborrheic dermatitis. 44 test was proposed based cream and aloe Vera cream or placebo (a neutral cream without active ingredients, dummy). The resulting product should be applied to affected areas twice a day for 4-6 weeks. In the part of the group, which got the ointment with aloe, it was noticed a significant (62% vs 25) improvement of symptoms. The doctors who observed the subjects noted a significant decrease in the surface area of the damaged areas, itching and formation of scales. Aloe is good and the fact that any housewife can grow it on the windowsill.
Extract of eucalyptus globulus (Eucalyptus globulus) according to the research. completed in 2006, was more effective than (30 ± 1.63) Aloe Vera extract (29 ± 1.14) and Clotrimazole (24.6 ± 0.94) is an antifungal drug from the group of imidazole derivatives.
Dr. Cynthia Bailey shares the post experience the use of oil oregano. One of her patients with severe seborrhea, which have not helped the strongest drugs available on the market, fully cleansed face, putting on face oil of oregano twice a day. Before buying I recommend that you make sure that the oil was produced at more than one and a half months ago, otherwise you risk to get the goods that lost of useful properties (oil of oregano requires special storage conditions, is able to observe that not every pharmacy).
In another study, shampoo with 5% tea tree oil showed a significant decrease in the number of dandruff (the experience was put on 126 subjects).
Also for topical treatment you can apply coconut oil and diluted oil of oregano.
Pansy (viola tricolor) is used to treat gneiss – a form of seborrheic dermatitis.
The avocado (butyl avocadate) is applied topically.
In very early studies (50-60s), it was found that folic acid, used inside, or vitamin B6 applied topically, may relieve some of the symptoms of diabetes.
Sea salt is an effective healing and cleansing properties. Take a weekly bath with some sea salt added. Just do not overdo it – an excess of salt can dry up the skin and cause terrible burns. Also while bathing, you can drench in salt water hair. According to people who have experienced sea baths, salt copes with the existence of seborrheic dermatitis. Several other opinion is shared by representatives of official medicine. In the article about the bath doctor on the contrary not recommended to take baths with sea salt.
A few drops of vinegar added in a bath, can soothe irritated skin. On our site there is podrobna article about the use of Apple cider vinegar as a means to eliminate the itchiness and redness. There are both positive and negative reviews.
A paste of baking soda can be applied to disturbing skin. This article describes the case of using soda instead of shampoos against dandruff.
Cabbage lotion. After having washed, pushed and heated cabbage leaves, put them in several layers on the skin, fixing the bandage. The procedure is repeated morning and evening.
A reception of tea from nettle three times a day can be useful in some forms of contact dermatitis.
Sesame oil and oil from apricot seeds have moisturizing and soothing effect.
Raw honey . diluted with water (90% honey / 10% water), is applied to problem skin areas. The procedure was repeated every other day for a month. The mixture is rubbed with massage movements for 3 minutes and left on the skin for another 3 hours, then washed off with warm water.
Bee balm tubular.
Zinc, iron, essential fatty acids, vitamin A, E (helps to improve the protective response of the skin, reducing itching and irritation), D, B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, and C can be considered as a remedy against seborrheic dermatitis.
Since seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic disease, the word “treatment” in this context should be understood as increasing the time of remission period when the symptoms can be hardly noticeable or even not noticeable.
Be sure to tell us about your experience with the use of folk remedies in the treatment of seborrheic dermatitis. This is extremely important for those of us who are every day fighting this scourge!