I went to the dermatologist a few months ago because I wanted to get something prescription strength for my dry skin, which I thought was due to rosacea and my blasting the heat 24/7. Turns out while I do have mild rosacea I also have something called seborrheic dermatitis. Maybe you’ve heard of it because it’s a very common skin conditions that usually effects the scalp. I had never heard of it so I didn’t recognize it when I developed it. It effected by chin, around my nose, and around my brows (not my scalp, which again, is the most common place). Luckily with a bit of ointment the flaking was gone in 2-3 days. Because it’s such a common condition and can be easily confused with just plain dry skin this time of year I thought it would be helpful to go more in depth into the topic. I spoke with two experts: Heather Rohrer, physician’s assistant and owner of Center for Aesthetic Medicine and Human Performance in Las Vegas…

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