Best Shampoos For Seborrheic Dermatitis

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When someone has dandruff or seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp, it’s usually happening for one of three reasons in the following order: For the purposes of this article, we’re going to take a quick look at the first two, and why this happens… Hard Water & Chlorine Hard water on it’s own can dry out and irritate the skin and scalp. … Read More

Top 5 Tips To Preventing Seborrheic Dermatitis Flare Ups

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#1 – Put Down The Coffee One of the best flare-up prevention tips I can give, is to lay off the coffee. In addition to being a diuretic that dehydrates the body and drys out your skin, coffee increases your stress hormones and inflammation. Next time you see someone with botchy skin or dermatitis drinking a cup of coffee, check … Read More

How Tap Water Can Effect Seborrheic Dermatitis

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There are two elements in tap water that effect the skin and seborrheic dermatitis. Both can be highly problematic for skin, and can actually be the cause for skin conditions. So let’s take a look at both of them… Chlorine and Chloramines are two big offenders for skin conditions that go under the radar. Chlorine is very harsh and drying … Read More

How To Soften Your Water And Filter Chlorine & Chloramines

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If you read my article How Tap Water Can Effect Seborrheic Dermatitis, then you should have a good idea that filtering water and softening water are two very different things. That said, they require completely different scientific processes, and there are two HUGE  misconceptions that water filter companies take advantage of to mislead people. So I want to clear these up: The … Read More

Removing Makeup With The “S” Cure Sea Salt Regimen

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I quite often get asked about makeup removal, so I wanted to make sure to address this topic. While I know that sea salt does a good job cleaning the skin, I do not know how well it does removing makeup from personal experience (if anyone would like to let me know, I’d like to hear). Either way, many people … Read More

Is Chlorine In Your Water Effecting Your Health And Skin?

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How many of us realize that the steamy shower which we all enjoy so much, or that relaxing bath after a long day, may be wreaking havoc on our skin and bodies? Did you know that the average person receives 50 percent of their chlorine exposure from bathing? Chlorinated water can have some serious long-term effects on your body, and … Read More