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  1. Hi guys! So I have a very thick layer of dead skin buildup on my face. I suspect it’s Seb Derm but I don’t have any of the other symptoms: Redness, oiliness, flakes. My dead skin layer is more of a sticky layer. I have tried the caveman regime and the dead skin was so thick and gross, I eventually gave up and rubbed it off. I can see the dead skin the most when my face is wet or once I get out the shower, it’s a white layer over my face that can be rubbed off with the slightest touch. No matter how many times I exfoliate (manually or chemically), the layer is sure to return. It’s been two years and this layer is causing my skin to look extremely dull and clogged. I’ve gotten dehydration skin lines due to this because I believe no moisturizer is getting through the layer of dead skin. Could this layer of dead skin be Seborrheic dermatitis even without the redness/flakes/oiliness?
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    Hi guys! So I have a very thick layer of dead skin buildup on my face. I suspect it’s Seb Derm but I don’t have any of the other symptoms: Redness, oiliness, flakes. My dead skin layer is more of a sticky layer. I have tried the caveman regime and the dead skin was so thick and gross, I eventually gave up and rubbed it off. I can see the dead skin the most when my face is wet or once I get out the shower, it’s a white layer over my face that can be rubbed off with the slightest touch. No matter how many times I exfoliate (manually or chemically), the layer is sure to return. It’s been two years and this layer is causing my skin to look extremely dull and clogged. I’ve gotten dehydration skin lines due to this because I believe no moisturizer is getting through the layer of dead skin. Could this layer of dead skin be Seborrheic dermatitis even without the redness/flakes/oiliness?