Seborrheic Dermatitis Must-Watch For Men

Seborrheic Dermatitis Must-Watch For Men


hey guys this is “Joy The Designer” I’m here to
give you an important message Please dont mind the messy room. Its really messy …so if you have diabetes and your hair is flaking your scalp is flaking don’t ignore it like I did [I’m kinda choking up] cuz its seborrheic dermatitis and soon it will get worse and
worse until it comes to your forehead then you get like me on this.. skin will start peeling over here, on your forehead and behind your ears… it gets crazy, so soon as your hair
starts flaking and if you’re diabetic This is very common on people with diabetes. we don’t know why
but it just is so just be careful . So one tips I can give you is… either get selsun blue shampoo or… this it’s basically the same thing but
Family Dollar generic brand and just get it and use it Like once a week untill it goes away. contain it as fast as possible. before it spreads out. also on more
thing: don’t use in harsh products on your
face dont use any acid soap or any skin
lightening products or any are harsh cleansing soap
Neutrogena and all that kind of stuff. always into
sensitive products okay because, you have diabetes so you are gonna have a lot of problems alright thank you guys for watching. Make sure you follow everyrthing I Told You Because I’m not kidding. This shits gonna get worse. And this, the doctor told me this is now permanent the marks on my face are now fucking permanent. So I should have gone to the doctor way before now peace

29 Comments

  • kristina zidar says:

    i have that too but i don't have diabetis and i'm only 14(it started appearing about 2 years ago).

  • Sam Hughes says:

    Thank you for sharing!:)

  • eh503 says:

    can seb derm cause hair loss in worse xases

  • Temicka says:

    I use prescription 2% ketoconazole shampoo. I don't know why I waited until it got worse. I got it on my forehead, behind and inside my ears, on my neck, and inside my nose. I be peeling it out my nose. the worse case was on my scalp. scabs looked like huge corn flakes. it ruined my life. I always went out with a scarf on, I tried everythinf.. but the shampoo worked! Thank God! it's not a cure but, it maybe something I'll have to use for the rest of my life, alternating every few months with another a zole shampoo

  • safaa Bensailimane says:

    u choking up cos u got fat neck lol. same here bro. fat rules! lol

  • Ruxblaine Adrian says:

    Then I must've had diabetes since I was born because I've had dandruff since I was a kid. And now I've got seborrheic dermatitis on my head and its beginning to spread to my upper lip. Best thing to do is to use aquaphor

  • TrollMaster300 says:

    no diabetes but i have it its getting better now though.

  • J McNeely says:

    thank you so much for sharing with others….you used up to date information….

  • Freerey says:

    I actually got dermatitis before I was diagnosed with diabetes. How bout that?

  • Mazen Mazen says:

    i suffer from Seborrheic dermatitis now i use locoid 0.1 % (hydrocotison 17 butyrate),Ducray shampo and loratidin pill but not help me so much

  • Trash says:

    @the people watching this video. Dandruff shampoo alone does not help. You need to get antibiotic shampoo and or antibiotic ointment to help with this problem. If you are like me and pick at your head it will not go away with just regular dandruff shampoo because you most likely have made them infected after picking at your scalp.

  • Lee Love says:

    I had the same thing all around my hair line ask you dermatologist for clobex spray burns that crusty flakey stuff right out but you need to wet ur hair and scrub that crusty stuff and spray it might burn but it burns that stuff right off I HAD IT BAD WAY WORSRT THAN YOU. IT WAS HORRIBLE ALL BEHIND MY EARS FOREHEAD CAKED WITH THE CRUSTY DERMITIS. MY DERMOTOLIST PERSCRIBED ME KETNZOLE SHAMPOO AND THE CREAM BUT I DIDNT REALLY WORK WELL FYI I HAD THIS SKIN  PROBLEM FOR YEARS IN MY SCALP SHE FINALLY PERSCRIBED ME THE CLOBEX (CLOBETSOL PROPIONATE) SPRAY.. I WASHED MY HAIR AND SCRUBBED THAT CRUST FROM MY SCALP AND SPRAYED IT ON IT BURNED A LITTLE THE NEXT DAY THE CRUST DIDNT COME TO MUCH ABOUT A WEEK OF USING IT MY THE CRUST ON MY FORE HEAD GONE AND HASENT COME BACK

  • jane doe says:

    U are off the chain. I should have your own comedy show 😂😂😂😂

  • IconKumiho says:

    you can used coconut oil. itchy cream. and otmeal body wash. it help my grandma. she have for over 20 years. i read a blog say coconut work bcuz the skin is a yeast. my grandma have everywhere in her body front, back, and scap. her dr doesnt help. the product doesnt teat it.

  • Stephanie Buchanan says:

    Wow, I never connected this to my diabetes, I thought it was stress. Also, I thought Neutrogena was a gentle soap! Thanks so much. Nobody tells you this stuff at the doctor's office.

  • megotmesources says:

    its ok buddy a bit of skin grafting will help the discoloring or even laser rejuvenation i have the same problem

  • trakba says:

    Hey Buddy, Did you find a permanent or effective solution ?

  • TruthSeeker says:

    I use Selsun Blue (equate version) maximum strength, Denorex and Dermarest Psoriasis Medicated Shampoo as these 3 seem to work the best for me.

  • Shanza Shai says:

    Vinegar is a miracle for eczema just take with food for few days and see the magic.for scalp give last rains.

  • A-TRAIN says:

    your room is a dirty mess bro , you need to lose weight- you can't be that old. clean up, take care of yourself and change your diet up.

  • Resheta Eggleston says:

    Using sulfate free shampoo really works I have this too and I am able
    To control it with a good moisturizing shampoo and also a shampoo with tea tree oil… if your going do use one the the medicated shampoos then you also need a good moisturizing shampoo because the medicated shampoos dry your hair out

  • NadrianATRS says:

    Dandruff is not what you have. You have a fungus

  • Christina Rutherford says:

    I had seborrheic dermatitis and I went to my dermatologist three times and she prescribed me pills, oral medicine which tasted terrible, and I never got rid of it. My mother in law got me some T -Gel medicated shampoo and within 3 months, my scalp completely cleared up. I recommend T-Gel medicated shampoo to anyone that suffers from the SD because it worked wonders for me.

  • Barbara Mowrey says:

    I am a diabetic who uses insulin the same as you , and I am a vegan. Yes I have blisters on my scalp. I'm using tea tree oil right now but am looking for the diagnosis because my physician doesn't have it. I am on the ketonic food plan w/ intermittent daily fasting, and organic and now I am using half the insulin I previously used and have sugar levels that are unbelievably low. I eat 4 teaspoons of coconut oil cold-pressed virgin organic everyday and also flaxseed oil, I drink spring water with a cap full of Bragg's vinegar and whole cut lemons and that protects my organs and takes off any built up slush from my liver. the coconut oil clears the organs and the digestive system which is our immune system and protects from leaky gut syndrome. Do the research and it works. The intermittent fast consists of an 8 hour window of eating and 16 hours a day of fasting, with most of that during sleep and we can drink coffee or tea., but we do not need carbs in our bodies at all because when carbs are gone the body uses fat for our energy, but we never get past the carbs and insulin stores sugar in the fat, bad fat, so it just continues to build up, so cut out any bad fat and put in the medium chain good fat such as coconut oil and olive oil and grass-fed butter. you can look up a bullet drink with coffee where you mix coconut oil and grass-fed butter and coffee in a blender and foam it up and drink it first thing in the morning instead of breakfast and it gives you all the benefits of any energy drink possible. Look up dr. Bergman, a chiropractor, our doctors of the future who insure the body is in alignment. My body is out of alignment and I need a Chiropractic doctor who will accept my insurance to get help with that. But other than that I a.m. detoxifying daily. I apologize for my spotty dictation

  • CheDi Richardson says:

    This is such a helpful video. 👏👌

  • Becky Kopacz says:

    I had them before

  • Joshua The Science god says:

    does seborrheic dermatitis causes thinning of the hair???

  • Bill Weigold says:

    ionil T coal tar shampoo is helpful. you can only get it on amazon and its very expensive

  • Shivani Aggarwal says:

    there's an ointment named cutisoft (hydrocortisone acetate cream bp 1% w/w) …its extremely beneficial ..apply this every night on affected part ….also try to wash hair regularly amd daily and keep ur face oil free and clean

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