What is Seborrheic Dermatitis? Red, aggravated skin with flaking and scaly patches. It typically appears yellowish and moist, and usually targets areas that produce more oil such as the scalp, face and neck, but can appear anywhere on the body.
Below are product recommendations to help calm irritation and inflammation caused by Seborrheic Dermatitis.
We suggest you start with 2-3 products in your routine at first to allow your skin the chance to adjust. Then begin adding extra products once your skin is responding well.
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Middlemist Seven - Gentle Cream Cleanser - Gently remove dirt and impurities you may have come into contact with throughout the day without stripping the skin of its natural oils. Harsh cleansers can disrupt the PH balance of the skin, leaving it exposed and prone to reaction.
The Anthemis - Soothing Moisturiser - The natural anti-inflammatory properties found in Chamomile, combined with skin-strengthening Rosehip, will help to soothe, support and protect irritated skin.
Rosehip Bioregenerate - Universal Face Oil - The high concentration of Omegas and antioxidant carotenoids are important for strengthening the weakened skin barrier and soothing inflammation.
All Becomes Clear - Blemish Serum - The antifungal properties of Zinc have been found to alleviate the symptoms of Seborrheic Dermatitis by reducing the number of yeasts on the skin and having an anti-inflammatory effect.
Gentle Genius - Surprisingly Gentle Body Wash - The deeply conditioning ingredients of this detergent-free body wash gently hydrate and cleanse the skin without causing further irritation.
Polly Plum - Comforting Body Cream - This rich, non-greasy Body Cream deeply hydrates and comforts very dry, aggravated skin.
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For tips on how to incorporate these products into a full skincare routine, click here.
Not sure which products to start with first? We recommend starting with the cleanser, moisturiser and serum. If you would like tailored advice for your specific skin needs, we offer free skin consultations over the phone or via video call.
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