Spongiotic Dermatitis
Spongiotic dermatitis is a skin condition medically recognized as a form of acute eczema. This illness affecting human dermis causes pronounced itchiness, irritation and, sometimes, even pain. Due to these aggravating symptoms, patients, in hope to relieve the discomfort, often aggressively scratch affected areas. This irrational behavior often worsens the condition by increasing the risks of infection and scarring. The...
Seborrheic dermatitis
Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic inflammatory skin condition affecting people of all ages. The typical symptoms of skin flakiness, dryness, redness, and itching can appear on the face, scalp, upper chest, back, ears and on the skin where sebaceous glands, producing natural oil called sebum, are most prominent. This skin disorder affecting children, adolescents and elderly is not harmful; however,...
Seborrheic Dermatitis on Face
Seborrheic dermatitis on face is a chronic inflammation of the skin; usually the skin becomes itchy and may develop blisters. The incidence of the disorder is infancy and adulthood. Seborrheic dermatitis on face is a common ailment that makes the face skin appear flaky, scaly, and greasy. As far as adults are concerned, it is more prevalent in patients...
Perioral dermatitis
Perioral dermatitis is a rare skin condition, occurring in about 1% of the population. Women more commonly get affected by the rash-like symptoms than man. It is estimated that 1 in every 100 women at some point in life develops the signs of perioral dermatitis, mostly between ages of 15 and 45. With that being said, the number representing...
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What is eyelid dermatitis? In easy words, it can be described as an inflammatory reaction evolving in the skin of eyelid. It can be triggered by allergy, irritation or viral bacteria. You can also call it an eyelid eczema. Eyelid eczema is not confined to just an upper eyelid. It can affect both eyelids: upper and lower. Symptoms of Eyelid...
Seborrheic dermatitis hair loss is not a condition you hear every day.  A lot of people don’t embrace or deal well with hair loss. The most common causes of hair loss are due to genetics, hormones, infections, pregnancy, and stress. Seborrheic dermatitis hair loss is no different, though one cannot put a finger on the major triggers of this...

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