Seborrheic Dermatitis, also know as Cradle Cap amongst the more genteel, has been a mild botheration to me in the winter months, until last year when (probably due to stress) it took over my head. I will not embarrass myself further with the details, but words like YUCKY, GROSS, and DISGUSTING do not do it justice, not to mention that it made my hair fall out by the handfuls.
So, naturally, I googled it and found a faint rumor that some LUSH products were helpful. Well, yipppe for me, as I love LUSH.
Two products helped me, both of them a bit unpleasant, but certainly far less unpleasant than the condition I was battling.
The next product is called Soak & Float Shampoo Bar, so named I believe because it smells like a piece of charcoal that has gotten soaking wet and is floating around in some rank water. MMmmmMMMMmmmm. I tell you, I was that desperate. It is -- as you can see -- a solid shampoo which did make it easier to apply it directly to the scalp, as my poor beleaguered tresses had done nothing to deserve such treatment. I had to use this product as a spot-treatment for the rest of the winter.