Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic and common skin disease.
This skin disease appears in the form of scaly red rashes with itching in different parts of the body.
The scalp, the side of the nose, eyebrows, eyelids, behind the ears and the middle of the chest are
the most common places involved. Other areas such as navel, armpit folds, breasts, groin and
backside may also be affected.
Dandruff, which is a problem for many people, is actually a mild and non-inflammatory form of
Pityrosporum, which is a type of yeast, is considered the main cause of seborrheic dermatitis,
although other factors such as environmental and genetic factors and stress are also involved in the
occurrence of the disease. The role of seborrhea (sebum secretion) in this disease is debatable. Read more