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That red, itchy rash on your scalp that has flaky scales could be seborrheic dermatitis or seborrhea. It’s a common skin disease that looks similar to psoriasis, eczema, or an allergic reaction. And it can appear on your body as well as your scalp.
We don’t know what exactly causes seborrheic dermatitis. It seems to be a combination of things, including:
A yeast that normally lives on the skin
Certain medical conditions and medicines
Cold, dry weather
It doesn’t come from an allergy or being unclean.
Newborns and adults aged 30-60 are more likely to get seborrheic dermatitis. It’s more common in men than women and in people with oily skin. These medical conditions can also raise your risk:
Heart attack or stroke recovery
Dandruff and cradle cap are common names for seborrheic dermatitis. Babies 3 months and younger often get cradle cap: crusty yellow or brown scales on their scalp. It usually goes away before they’re a year old, although it can come back when they reach puberty.
You might get seborrheic dermatitis on your face, especially around your nose, in your eyebrows, on your eyelids or behind your ears. It can show up on your body, too:
In the middle part of the chest
Around the navel
In skin folds under arms and on legs
In the groin
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