It is possible to get seborrheic dermatitis of the face. I’ve certainly seen it in the ‘T’ zone. The ‘T’ zone area of the face includes the forehead, the nose, the chin, and the skin around the mouth.
I’ve seen seborrheic dermatitis near the eyebrows and bridge of the eyes, near the nose, and on the cheeks. You’ll find scaly, red, oily skin in those areas in people who have seborrheic dermatitis of the face. Sometimes you will see facial hairs with little bits of skin stuck to them. I’ve also seen seborrheic dermatitis around the scalp and ears.
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Google can be very helpful in sorting out rashes. Do a Google image search for seborrheic dermatitis of the face, and you should be able to tell if you have this condition.
If you do have seborrheic dermatitis of the face, look at my other articles and videos on the topic. I think you’ll find the information quite valuable.