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Old 11-12-2012, 01:49 AM   #5
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If it continues to get worse, maybe consider taking her to the dermatologist?

I have Seborrheic Dermatitis--dunno what age it started, but since elementary school. I've gotten lots of meds, but since starting my natural journey I've been looking up lots of natural and/or sulfate-free alternatives, because many medicated shampoos are so drying. Two things I've found:

1) Coconut oil has cleared dandruff and Seborrheic Dermatitis in many individuals Just do a quick search of coconut oil +dandruff or SD, and you'll find information. I've just been applying it to my scalp for a few days--not sure if it's working yet, but we'll see
2) Jason Natural Dandruff Relief Shampoo. I read that it was sulfate free. Maybe this is a changed formula, I'm not sure anymore that it is, but I do believe that it is at least a less harsh sulfate. I just ordered that--haven't tried it yet either, but it might be something to try.
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