Remedy For Scalp Eczema, Dandruff and Seborrhoeic Dermatitis

Scalp ezcema, seborrhoeic dermatitits and dandruff is a condition that plagues many people, young or old..

Scalp eczema can start in children as young as one year old and can continue well into adulthood.  This is particularly distressing for the child’s confidence and self-esteem.  Other children who may not understand the condition may bully or make fun of the child; other parents, ignorant about it, may think it’s contagious and  exclude the afflicted child from their own kid’s social events.  In addition, the parents may experience disapproving looks from other parents or adults who think ‘Tut, tut – that child is neglected by his/her parents.  Why can’t the parents do something about it?’

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The eczema produces reddened inflammed sores that periodically ooze, build up of dry scales, persistent itching, painful lesions, severe scarring and permanent damage to the hair follicles resulting in hair loss.  It is not a pretty sight to see a young child walking around with patches of hair on their head.

Eczema is an illness caused by toxaemia – not surprising given the amount of preservatives, hormones and additives in modern diet & processed foods.  .

Children and adults who suffer from scalp eczema should have their hair treated like fine silk – with utmost gentle care, using the simplest and most natural of regimes.  Pre-disposition to eczema & seb derm tends to be genetic ad run through families.  All it takes are the right sort of conditions (wrong hair care products or wrong sorts of food) to trigger flare ups.

When the right diet is adopted, including eliminating triggers, and the right sort of products are used, eczema and seborrhoeic dermatitis can be very well controlled.

Here are some of my recommendations

DON’T…..

  • ……..chemically process the hair by perms, relaxers, dyes  – you will only increase damage to the hair follicles.
  • ………..put in tight styles – no tiny braids, tiny cornrows, or hair extensions – absolutely not!
  • …….wash the hair with harsh shampoos  that contain any form of sulfates –  Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS) is a chemical compound actually used to clean car engines!  It’s certainly too harsh to use on the hair and especially on sensitive hair & scalp affected by eczema and seb derm.  This  Scalp Therapy Hair Cleanser  is the best shampoo alternative I know for scalp eczema and seborrhoeic dermatitis.   It doesn’t contain any chemicals or soap, which can worse or trigger scalp problems.  Instead, it uses gentle plant saponins to clean the hair, mildly exfoliate the scalp (by easing off debris and build-up), and heal the scalp.  It was made particularly for scalp eczema, seborrhoeic dermatitis, dandruff ad other scalp issues and it works really well.
  • ………..grease the hair and scalp – EVER!  Grease products contain chemical irritants which worsen the condition.  I would highly recommend  Scalp Therapy Soothing Balm.   It’s made with just gentle plant ingredients, specifically for scalp eczema, dandruff, itching and seborrhoeic dermatitis. If you have bald/thinning patches and hair loss as a result of the scalp problems, this balm will also regenerate hair growth.

DO …….

  • ………go organic when you can and eliminate toxins from your diet.
  • ………shellfish can sometimes be a trigger, so eliminate this from your diet as well if you have been diagnosed as been allergic.
  • ………cut down on processed sugar & sugary drinks – use natural alternatives such as honey.
  • ……….include lots of raw fruits and especially vegetables in the diet
  • ………wash your hair with the unisex Scalp Therapy Hair Cleanser,  formulated for seb derm & scalp eczema..  This not only clarifies the hair of excess product build up (which can exarcebate the eczema), but  it also balances the PH level of the hair, heals the eczema, treats the scalp and promotes hair growth.
  • ……..drink a detox tea – a safe blend for all (from babies to adults, and even pregnant women) is nettle leaf, dandelion root and dandelion leaf tea.  Make an infusion of the plants and drink at least a cup 3 days a week.  Add about 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to the cup.  It’s delicious, sweetened with honey.    It’s rich in essential nutrients, iron, vitamins, minerals and amino acids.  It eliminates toxins from the body, balances the PH level of the internal system (including the kidneys and liver) and calms the body’ hyperactive immune response.  It also nourishes the glands and entire body system.
  • ………for persistent (and sometimes distressing itching), get your hands on the Scalp Therapy Anti-Itch Spray.  It is perfect to use on the hair and scalp in between washes.  It stops itching, soothes inflammation and calms flare ups.  I also recommend that you follow it up with the  Scalp Therapy Soothing Balm .  These two used together on a daily basis is highly recommended.

To really get the benefits of the Scalp Therapy products, why not get the bundle of all the 4 products?  It works out cheaper than buying the products individually. This way, you can wash your hair with the  Hair Cleanser then  follow it up with the  Calming Leaving Conditioner  and for really dry hair/scalp, then use the  Soothing Balm In between washes, simply use  Anti-Itch Spray  with the Soothing Balm.  These holistic, chemical-free products are all natural, so there are no artificial fillers to bulk out the products.  This makes them so effective that a) you will only need to use a little at a time, which means they last so much longer and b) you will notice a very quick improvement to the condition of your hair & scalp. Oh yeah, and they ship worldwide for a flat rate too.

PS  the products can be used from age 2 year old and upwards.

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The products can also be used on ALL hair types and is suitable for both men and women

Here are the results of using TLC Naturals Scalp Therapy Products on the hair of a white (caucasian man) who suffered from scalp eczema and seborrheic dermatitis

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Pictures from left to right:

  • Left Picture – before using TLC Naturals Scalp Therapy hair products
  • Middle Picture – after just 2 weeks use of TLC Naturals Scalp Therapy hair products
  • Right Picture – after just 4 weeks use of TLC Naturals Scalp Therapy hair products

here are the results of using TLC Naturals Scalp Therapy Products on  the hair of a black woman with natural who also experienced scalp problems, seb derm hair loss and slow growth.

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31 thoughts on “Remedy For Scalp Eczema, Dandruff and Seborrhoeic Dermatitis

  1. Thank you so much for this , my daughter has really bad scalp eczema & I have tried everything with no success. I just started washing her hair with neutragena tgel shampoo. I was greasing her hair with Vaseline & castor oil mixture but now I see that the Vaseline was doing more harm then good. I want to start using your solution , do I get all those leaves from the health food store? My hair is a litte weak & was falling out, can I use the solution for myself as well?

    • yes, you can get the items from the health food store. You can also try ebay or do google search to find the items in your area.

      You can certainly use the solution for your self too. If it’s gentle enough to use on kids, it will definitely be suitable to use on yourself.

      Hope this helps and thank you so much for stopping by

  2. I have a 2year old daughter, who was born with a nice grade of hair, the enezma came shortly after her hair started to thin out, around the age of 1 years old then i noice that she would pull and scratch her hair for no reason nothing was there in her hair, then the break out on skin started , currently i am useing Blue Magic grease, for mositure because her hair is very, very, Dry. Everyday i stuggle to comb and keep her hair moisture, and she not scratching as much but everyday its so dry after i mositure and comb, can i used acv and head and shoulders shampoo, i need help, I cant afford the ingrendients(mispell, sorry) that you said to use. Please Help.

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  4. Thank you for writing this post. We have two girls who just recently a 4 and 2 started getting a scalp full of eczema. We are cutting out cow dairy completely for them! Much appreciated!!!!

  5. Question : does this go for caucasian hair/scalp as well? Just didn’t know if it would make a difference or not…(my son, 7, has it pretty bad on his head). Thanks for the post!

  6. Sorry but when you said fish, do you also mean seafood?? I normally don’t eat fish but I love seafood (octopus, squids, prawns etc…) My diet is pretty much vegan with the seafood exception. I use a shampoo and conditioner called SOS barefoot for extremely dry and sensitive skin. I’m using organic raw coconut oil with 2-3 drops of tea tree oil. I take a lot of natural supplements (including sting nettle root extract capsules by Now) and my diet is very healthy and essentially organic. However after all this I still managed to get this weeping eczema on my scalp this winter. I have been a little stressed lately, don’t know if that is the reason why. I just hope I can still eat seafood!

  7. you mentioned what conditioner to use but what kind of shampoo do we use and do you recommend something to lay your child’s hair done around the edges.

  8. Thank you soooo much for this information. I started having this problem for the past month and was very frustrated about the situation. You have just made my life easier, God Bless.

  9. I will go back to basics and use the shampoo you recommended and leave her hair “free” – as it is in knobs. I will let it breathe.

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