Seborrhoes have a reputation for being freaky.
Seborrhea is a disorder where a person develops the disease after getting skin infected with bacteria.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1.5% of Americans have the condition, which can cause inflammation of the skin, including in the mouth, throat and throat area.
But for many people, the disease can be treatable with topical treatments that are used to treat other skin diseases.
According for example to Dr. Nandini Kothari, who runs the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), people who have seborbital seborrus (saborrhea) can benefit from topical treatments for skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, eczema, psoriatic arthritis, psore, psionitis and psoropharyngitis.
Here are some tips to know about the treatment.
What are the symptoms?
If you have seberrhoea, you might have the following symptoms: a dry, cracked, or cracked, peeling or discolored skin or a sore or peeling skin or any other sign of infection