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How to Treat Back Seborrheic Dermatitis

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How to Treat Back Seborrheic Dermatitis

Do you suffer from back seborrheic dermatitis? If so, you’re not alone. This is a relatively common skin condition characterized by an itchy rash with flaky scales.

While the condition can be irritating and uncomfortable, there are ways to manage symptoms so that you can live more comfortably. Read on to discover how to treat back seborrheic dermatitis naturally. 

What is Back Seborrheic Dermatitis?

Back seborrheic dermatitis is a skin condition. It can look similar to eczema or psoriasis. While it usually appears on the scalp, it can also develop in other places on the body such as the brows, ears, mid-chest, and mid-back.

Like eczema, it is not contagious. It usually affects adults between the ages of 30 and 60 years old. People who suffer from seborrheic dermatitis will likely go through varying periods of remissions and flare-ups. 

Symptoms of Back Seborrheic Dermatitis

You’ll notice that seborrheic dermatitis tends to occur where the skin is oilier. It's characterized by dryness and redness, as well as greasy white or yellow scales. This rash is typically itchy and uncomfortable.

In some cases, you may even notice oozing or weeping skin. Like mentioned earlier, symptoms may come and go with varying degrees of intensity. 

Causes of Back Seborrheic Dermatitis

Unfortunately, doctors aren’t sure exactly what causes back seborrheic dermatitis but it may be linked to an irregular response of the immune system.

There are a number of different triggers that can cause this condition. Some of the top triggers include stress, cold and dry weather conditions, and pre-existing medical conditions. Some of these medical conditions include psoriasis, HIV, acne, rosacea, Parkinson's disease, alcoholism, and depression.

Those who have recovered from a stroke or heart attack are also more at risk for developing back seborrheic dermatitis. 

Natural Treatments for Back Seborrheic Dermatitis

If you suffer from back seborrheic dermatitis, you’ll want to find a way to soothe itchy and uncomfortable symptoms. While the condition is not curable, there are ways to manage and control symptoms. Check out our favorite natural treatments below: 

Organic Manuka Skin Soothing Cream - Our dreamy, Organic Manuka Honey Skin Soothing Cream is perfect for many skin conditions, including seborrheic dermatitis. It’s made with six natural ingredients - including Manuka honey! - so you can rest assured that there are no added preservatives or fragrances. This oil-based balm has no burning or stinging and is perfect for adults and babies alike. 

Remedywear™ Long Sleeve Shirt for Adults - This long-sleeved shirt is perfect for those suffering from seborrheic dermatitis on the back, chest, or stomach. Made with TENCEL and anti-inflammatory zinc, it offers antibacterial and antimicrobial properties which can speed up the healing process. With moisture-wicking sweat control, it’s comfortable to wear all day underneath regular clothing or alone as pajamas. 

Remedywear™ Tank Top for Adults - This tank top was designed to be worn as a protective layer under everyday clothing or as a soft pajama top. It features hypoallergenic, latex-free elastane, and the form-fitting material stays put without any uncomfortable rubbing.

Remedywear™ Long Sleeve Shirt for Kids - This stretchy, long sleeve top protects the irritated and itchy skin of your child. Made with a blend of eco-friendly TENCEL and embedded anti-inflammatory zinc, it’s perfect for wearing underneath everyday clothing or alone as pajamas. 

Remedywear™ Tank Top for Kids - Last but not least, check out this tank top for kids. It’s great for wearing during the hotter weather days to protect the back and chest. Feel free to wear it as an undershirt under regular clothing as a protective layer as well. 

References: 

https://www.medicinenet.com/seborrheic_dermatitis/article.htm

https://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/seborrheic-dermatitis-medref#1

https://nationaleczema.org/eczema/types-of-eczema/seborrheic-dermatitis/