- Good hygienic conditions
- Avoid stress
- Avoid high environmental changes
- Serious care towards skin
- Keep your skin moist
- Daily bathing and washing of hair, especially for patients with oily skin
- Donot change your shampoo frequently
- Seborrhoeic Dermatitis may occur more frequently in people who have Parkinsons disease and certain other neurological disorders.
- Seborrhoeic Dermatitis may occur more commonly and tend to be more severe in those with HIV/AIDS.
- Salmon-pink flaky patches may appear in any part of the body.
- Red rashes
When to See DoctorConsult a doctor if you have
- Severe hair loss with itching
- Greasy and scaly patches on skin
- No effect of anti-dandruff shampoos on the scalp