What Is Seborrhea?
Seborrhea is a common skin condition that causes redness and scaly patches with yellow or white flakes on the scalp, known as dandruff. It can also be referred to as seborrheic dermatitis.
Aside from the scalp, Seborrhea can appear in different body areas, like the upper back, upper chest, forehead, eyebrows, nose, behind the ear, around the belly button, underneath the breast, arms, leg, etc. It tends to develop in the oily part of the body.
When it appears among infants, it’s known as cradle caps. Sometimes, it can also be referred to as the chronic form of eczema that focuses more on the scalp. According to statistics, it appears more in infants under three months and adults aged 30 to 60.