Dandruff on the Eyebrow Seborrheic Dermatitis: How to Treat

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THE eyebrow dandruff It is caused by seborrheic dermatitis which is an inflammatory disease that often occurs on the scalp, however it can sometimes appear in unusual places, such as the eyebrows, eyelashes and even the beard. Although it can be much more irritating, as the "crumbs" cannot be hidden, when wearing a hat or scarf for example. The good news is that it is quite easy to treat.

Eyebrow dandruff can appear on anyone and at any age, from babies to the elderly. The vast majority happens after puberty in areas of the skin where there is a greater amount of glands responsible for producing oil, which is why dandruff often appears on the scalp or face, more specifically on the eyebrows.

Dandruff on the Eyebrow Seborrheic Dermatitis: How to Treat

 What causes dandruff on the eyebrow

In addition to seborrheic dermatitis, eyebrow dandruff can have other common causes such as eczema and psoriasis. If you are using a new face wash or shampoo, eyebrow dandruff could be caused by contact dermatitis. Contact dermatitis can cause a red, itchy, scaly skin rash and, in more severe cases, hair loss in the area. If you know that the skin on your face has come into contact with a new substance, be it shampoo, conditioner, soap and skin cream, try discontinuing use to see if the problem will resolve.

What is Seborrheic Dermatitis? 

Dermatitis is characterized by inflammation and scaling in areas with a high number of sebaceous glands. A fungus called Malassezia contributes to the development of seborrheic dermatitis, using anti-dandruff shampoo containing selenium sulfide, coal tar, or tea tree oil 2 or 3 times a week can control flakiness. If in your case the problem is intense and persistent, the use of medication prescribed by a dermatologist will be necessary.

Symptoms of Seborrheic Dermatitis

The problem occurs more often in people who have oily skin. Here are the signs and symptoms of seborrheic dermatitis:

  • Scales of skin (dandruff) on the scalp, hair, eyebrows or beard.
  • Spots, oily skin covered with white or yellow scales or crust on the scalp, face, sides of the nose, eyebrows, ears, eyelids, chest, armpits, groin area, or under the breasts
  • Red skin
  • Itch

Dandruff on the Eyebrow Seborrheic Dermatitis: How to Treat

  • Whenever you shower, apply a good amount of anti-dandruff shampoo to the area.
  • Avoid bathing in hot water as this can increase the oiliness of your skin.
  • Take a piece of cotton soaked in saline and apply around the eyebrow, the saline cleanses the skin deeply, moisturizes and also reduces dilated pores.
  • An excellent ointment to permanently eliminate dandruff on the eyebrow is Ketoconazole, which can also be found in cream or shampoo versions, being great in the treatment of various skin diseases, such as oral, vaginal candidiasis, dandruff and skin mycoses.
  • Both coconut oil and sweet almond oil have antifungal properties, to use it is very simple, heat 2 tablespoons of any of these oils above and then apply to the hair overnight, massaging in circular motions and wash only the next day. .
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