Seborrheic Dermatitis, Rosacea and Eczema!
by Steve Mitchell
(Los Angeles, CA)
I am Steve, a 47 year old male. I'm one of those 1000's currently locked into the dermatologist/pharmaceutical cycle of expensive/hazardous topical agents who wants to transition to natural remedies. I have been diagnosed over the years with a variety of names for my condition anywhere from seborrheic dermatitis (most recent) to rosacea, eczema, and another word I never could remember.
This condition severley affects my legs and face, and mildly in other places. On the body, it becomes splotchy dry red areas; on the face very red on the surface around the nose and sides of face. I have used desnodin for the face and Olux-E (past year on a few outbreaks)for the legs . The outbreaks have worsened over the years to the point that I have become dependent on these products. Recently I was given a prescription for a anti-imflamatory skin wash of sodium sulfacetamide 10% for the face to help reduce the use of desnodine. Unfortunately, I believe my face is overly reliant on the desnodine.
With the worsening, I can't seem to get a grip on my skin condition anymore and am looking for natural therapy to help prevent these outbreaks. I want to become completely independent of the medicines.
I've read your introduction and information about seborrheic dermatitis and see your recommended products. I would like to know what you think about your recommended products for my face and what I should buy to help me to treat and prevent this worsening condition.