Candida/Seborrheic Dermatitis?

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    Hey guys,
    I have a thick layer of scales that form on my face and especially in my T zone, on my nose/in-between my eyebrows/nasolabial folds/forehead/eyebrows/chin and in some parts of my hair, my entire face is scaly but those are the worst areas. I’ve been dealing with this condition for over a year now and it has been very difficult. I’m assuming it’s seb derm. This all started after a period of severe depression, I’m still not better but I’m trying to be.

    I followed the candida diet for about a month faithfully and the symptoms did seem to lessen but as soon as I started reintroducing other foods it started up again. I’m back on the diet again now and really hoping things calm down but I’m starving to death, I mean there is literally nothing to eat.

    I’m wondering if anyone else’s skin gets this way and what you’ve tried/done that has successfully treated it. I’m also wondering if it has effected anyone else’s eyes? I had sudden deep tear trough’s form shortly after and that hasn’t helped with feeling better.


    I’ve been taking caprylic acid (Formula SF722) but this hasn’t had any effect. I also don’t seem to have the other physical symptoms that some have described here aside from the depression (which I think is mostly because my skin looks so horrible).

    Any advice/opinions would be great. It’s nice knowing I’m not alone but sorry you guys are dealing with this as well.


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    I have a similar problem too you, along with the depression. I’m only in week two of the diet and my symptoms have gotten better. I’ve ordered huel, a meal replacement shake that seems candida friendly. If that works out, I don’t think there should be a problem meeting daily caloric and nutritional requirements. Why don’t you take a look at that?

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