27 minutes | Apr 12, 2021

Solutions & Treatments for Seborrheic Dermatitis (Dandruff & Cradle Cap) - (Part 2) - S5E2

In the 2nd part of this 2-part series, we talk about why you should avoid coconut oil and olive oil on your scalp. We also talk about additional treatment options for seborrheic dermatitis - (aka. dandruff, eczema on your scalp and facial eczema).  You'll also learn why hydrosols (such as rosemary hydrosols) and apple cider vinegar can be a good option for seborrheic dermatitis. You'll also learn if coal tar shampoo and zinc pyrithione is a good option for seborrheic dermatitis. We also discussed if red light therapy can help seborrheic dermatitis.  In this episode, you'll discover: What causes seborrheic dermatitis? Why should you avoid putting coconut oil and olive oil on seborrheic dermatitis? What are the treatment options for seborrheic dermatitis? What is malassezia and how does this affect seborrheic dermatitis? What are the best topical solutions to help malassezia? What oils should you put on seborrheic dermatitis? Why you should not apply undiluted essential oils directly to the skin We also talked about how seborrheic dermatitis is caused by malassezia.  Everyone has malassezia. It is a lipophilic yeast that eats lipids, and it's a normal part of our body and our microflora. There are 14 different species of malassezia on humans, but they're on other mammals like dogs. We actually think that every mammal has malassezia -  but most people haven't heard of it! It's a yeast that everyone has that isn't talked about a lot.    Malassezia causes many different skin conditions, but the most common is seborrheic dermatitis, and we call it Seb Derm. Today, we are going to talk about the treatments for malassezia that cause the dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis.    -- My guest today, Dr. Julie Greenberg, is a licensed ND who specializes in integrative dermatology. She is the founder of the Center for Integrative Dermatology, a holistic dermatology clinic that approaches skin problems by finding and treating the root cause. Dr. Greenberg hold degrees from Northwestern University, Stanford University and Bastyr University, and received advanced clinical training at the Dermatology Clinic at the University of Washington Medical School and at the Pediatric Dermatology Center at Seattle Children’s Hospital.   ---- >> Need coaching or support? Book a free 30 minute breakthrough call with me here.  >> Get my free eBook: "6 Ways to Naturally Clear Eczema" here. ----- >> Shop my Conqueror line of products to help your skin find relief here. Use code PODCAST10 for 10% off your order. >> For more eczema tips, follow Abby on: Facebook   Instagram  YouTube  Website   
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