It is a very common skin condition
that primarily is a problem for your scalp. It can cause scaly patches, red skin,
and persistent hair loss. Seborrheic dermatology can also affect oily parts of the
human body including the face, the sides of the nostrils, eyebrows, ear eyelids,
chest, and face.
Seborrheic skin rashes can go away without treatment.
You may require treatment sessions before symptoms subside.
Then they could come back. A daily cleanse using gentle soap and
shampoo may help to reduce the appearance of oil as well as dead skin accumulation.
It can also be referred to as seborrheic acne,
dandruff as well as seborrheic skin psoriasis. In infants, the condition
is called cradle cap and can cause scaly, crusty patches on the scalp.