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In Topic: The seborrheic dermatitis thread

29 December 2013 - 03:04 PM

Hi my name is michael and i have been suffering from SD for for 4 years now i have had it since i was 14 and i just cant get rid of it.


I have tried nearly everything but still every few weeks a have a flare up, can anyone help me out? I have been to a derm and he just told me i should keep using the steroid cream i was given daktacort but my face finally resisted to it and it has no effect what so ever.. Please help me!


1. Stop using corticosteroid /steroid creams immediatly.

2. Get probiotics asap. Try breathing your own milk/water kefir, sauerkraut and yogurt.

3. Find some natural regimen, acv/water rinse, real raw honey masks /not manuka, mix with a little bit of water so H2O2 can be released/.

4. Take Zinc supplements / about 30-50 mg/day for about few mounts and see how it goes/.

5. Never ever use antibiotics. Only as a lifesaving treatment.

6. Eliminate stress. Even if you do all above stress can provoke SD as nothing else..



Good luck

In Topic: The seborrheic dermatitis thread

28 July 2013 - 02:54 AM

The 14 day of antibiotics my SD appeared on nose sides and hairline after about half year of 99% easy control. Definetley provoked by the antibiotics which is probbly related to the death of "good" bacteria in the body. So now I'm 100% sure this is fungal desease coused by a fungi that all humans has on the skin (the reason why someone with  SD cant infect other people) and the problem is due to the bacteria that controls those fungi is dead and Melassezia takes spread. I hope a long course of probiotics might be back some control of it.


Bottom line is and my advise to all is to take antibiotics for a lifesaving treatments only.


P.S. And when you need to take ABs don't forget to take vitamins of group B, because they are mainly produced by bacteria in the gut and you'll have deficiency if you don't supply them during AB intake.

In Topic: The seborrheic dermatitis thread

15 July 2013 - 03:34 AM

Hello all. I have managed to control my SD about 99.9% last year. Last week I was in hospital due to pneumonia and finished 7 day antibiotic Medocef and today I'm back home on 5 day course of 2nd antibiotic Ciprinol. I am so scared of this antibiotics could worsen my SD and it will come back full strenth. Anyboy noticed worsening after antibiotics? Any advises?

In Topic: The seborrheic dermatitis thread

01 April 2013 - 12:45 AM

Thanks for the detailed reply con eli.


Wicky I buy my ZnPT spray from a local pharmacy not sure if you can find it else where but my country.

Here is detailed http://www.borola.co...GinGira_Eng.pdf It's about 15 $ here which last me long time and really making huge difference in my sebderm and works for acne as well.


Other cream/moisturizer you may give a try is Salcura Zeoderm Skin Repair Moisturising Cream. I heard a lot of good reviews and I found it even cheaper on amazon than my local pharmacy.

In Topic: Dermacinz (Zinc Pyrithione Cream)

31 March 2013 - 09:59 AM

Hi there. I suffer from Seborrheic Dermatitis since 4 years. I am currently on my last year of master's degree of medical chemistry (see the irony:)? Been using a cream with 0.5 % ZnPT as active ingredient (not the one you mentioned) for past 2 years and my SD is 90++ % at bay. What I am lately concern is that ZnPT is effective on SD not only with his anti-fungal but more with it's anti-metabolic effect, with other words it inhibits the cell growth (avoid the new skin pushing the healthy one before it's normal replacement-reason for the flakes- by slowing the process.



Now we need to distinguish usage of ZnPT in shampoos from the creams, simply because the first is rinsed off and the other is left on the skin. So keeping that in mind such a repression of skin DNA could teaoretically cause the DNA to try fight it - faster skin growth, faster and thick hair growing. From what I understand you have been using zinc pyrithione cream for eight years straight or you been using it once in a while? And how is that reflecting to your skin and hair? Your experience is of great interest to me and others I hope.