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A.Vogel Talks Seborrhoeic Eczema

Seborrhoeic eczema affects between 3-5% of the UK population

Seborrhoeic eczema is a variant of ‘normal’ eczema and affects between 3 and 5% of the general public, manifesting as cradle cap  in babies, or sometimes as a mild form of dandruff.

Here, our skin advisor Felicity Mann talks about the causes of seborrhoeic eczema, describes the various symptoms and discusses a range of natural and herbal solutions to ease any dry, irritated or inflamed skin.

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