Over the past 6 months I've been fighting a skin problem described by my derm. as seborrheic dermatitis. Red, dry like patches that apare on my face. Mainly on my temple and forhead area. Of course I've been perscribed everything from steroids, antihistamins, creams...ect. Just a tempory solution of course. I can't seem to beat this thing. Any suggestion on what is causing this and how I might go about resolving it.
Anyone else please feel free to advise.
Re: Skin Problem
Posted by Walt Stoll on August 27, 1998 at 10:34:31:
In Reply to: Skin Problem posted by David on August 26, 1998 at 14:42:55:
Two suggestions, either one of which could resolve this by itself. Of course both, together, will work fastest & best:
1. Go to the FAQ page & read about "essential oils". Give them 3 months for maximum benefits since it takes 4 weeks just to grow off the skin that was produced without this essential set of skin nutrients.
2. Look into Candida-Related Syndrome. Since I learned enough to look for this condition, I have yet to see a case of seborrheic dermatitis that did not have C-RS. Of course, this means that you would have to have LGS as well. Perhaps it is the LGS that is the connecting factor and the C-RS just makes it worse?
We are all just learning about this. It has been said that a major distinguishing factor between a strictly conventional medical practitioner & a holistic one is that the latter has finally figured out how little we really know about all this.