8 Effective Treatments for Seborrheic Dermatitis Hair Loss

by Sreeparna Ganguly
4 minutes read

Seborrheic Dermatitis Hair Loss: Like the skin on any part of the body, the skin on the scalp also has a pre-decided lifetime. When the lifetime gets over, the cells of the top layer of skin becomes dead and get shredded over time. Sometimes due to some internal or external factors the skin gets dried up and flaky prematurely. When this happens on the scalp we call it dandruff. Mainly caused by fungal infections, dandruff is a minor scalp issue that almost all of us face at some point of our life. The severe form of dandruff is Seborrheic Dermatitis. This particular skin concern is caused by internal causes like unhealthy lifestyle, malnutrition, stress, chronic ailments etc. and by external causes like bacterial infection, fungal growth. Seborrheic Dermatitis can happen in anywhere in your body but generally it is seen on scalp. A few symptoms of this problem are reddish rashes, itchiness, inflammation, greasy scaly scalp etc. Seborrheic Dermatitis on scalp might cause severe hair fall and alopecia. So, it is best to take preventive and curative measures when Seborrheic Dermatitis of the scalp is in primitive stages. The internal issues can be cured by maintaining healthy lifestyle whereas the external causes can be solved through medications and home cures. Here are a few effective home remedies to treat Seborrheic Dermatitis induced hair loss.

Seborrheic Dermatitis Hair Loss

# Neem & Yogurt Hair Pack

Fresh Neem leaves are rich in a flavanoid called Quercetin. Quercetin is a strong anti-bacterial and anti-fungal in nature. Presence of this antioxidant in neem leaved make them a potent cure for bacteria-induced scalp inflammations like Seborrheic Dermatitis. Yogurt supplies nourishment to the scalp and prevents dryness. To make this pack take 2 tablespoon yogurt and mix 2 tablespoon fresh neem leaf paste. Apply the mixture on the scalp once a week and keep for 20 minutes. Rinse with mild scalp cleanser.

# Lemon & Calendula Hair Rinse

Lemon juice is an acidic substance that balances the pH level of scalp and prevents the top layer of the scalp skin to get flaked off prematurely. The acidic nature of lemon juice cleanses off the greasiness of the scalp and prevents fungal growth. Calendula extract soothes the inflamed scalp and induces hair growth. To prepare this hair rinse, boil 2-3 handful calendula flower and leaves in 1 litre plain water until the water turns brownish. Strain the water and let it come to the room temperature. Add the juice from one whole lemon and mix well. Use this concoction as the final rinse.

# Raw Honey & Aloe Vera Hair Vitalizer

Raw honey is a great natural source of biotin. The unprocessed honey works as humectants to cure the dryness and its anti-fungal constituents fight the infections of itchy scalp. The healing power of honey and aloe vera cools down the inflammation resulted from Seborrheic Dermatitis. To heal the irritations of scalp, mix raw honey and freshly extracted aloe vera gel in 1:1 ratio. Apply the vitalizer all over the scalp with a cotton wool and keep for 45 minutes. Repeat 2-3 times a week before hair wash.

# Milk of Magnesia & Tea Tree Oil Treatment

Milk of Magnesia cleanses off the impurities and product build-up of the scalp and the anti-microbial properties of Tea Tree oil kill the bacteria formation on the scalp. To treat Seborrheic Dermatitis with this treatment you need to make an even solution of 2 tablespoon milk of magnesia with

# Onion & Garlic Overnight Pack

Onion and garlic are two kitchen ingredients that show powerful anti-bacterial actions. Combination of these two make an excellent overnight scalp treatment for Seborrheic Dermatitis. This hair pack will replenish deficiency of essential nutrients on the scalp and reduce hair thinning as well. To make this hair pack, make a paste of ½ an onion and 3-4 normal sized garlic cloves. Stain and apply the thick juicy extract on the scalp. Leave overnight and cleanse with a mild shampoo in the morning.

# Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse

The effectiveness of Apple Cider Vinegar in hair care needs no introduction at all. This amazing vinegar not only conditions hair but also works on irritated scalp. Dissolve ½ cup apple cider vinegar in 1-liter water. Use this as the last rinse after each of your hair washing session. The hair would be problem-free, shiny and healthy in no time!

# Aspirin Hair Cleanser

Aspirin contains compounds of salicylic acid which is a widely popular skin-friendly substance with anti-inflammatory properties. Aspirin tablets are the easiest way out from the nightmare of itchy scalp. To prepare this hair cleanser, take 2-3 tablespoon of any mild shampoo. Grind two tablets of aspirin in it and mix well. Use this mixture to wash your hair just like your regular shampoo.

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Prachi singh August 2, 2018 - 2:33 PM

been there.. done that, trust me.. home remedies are the best… i used to apply onion juice and garlic pack…