I've had occasional outbreaks of scaly, dandruffy patches on my face for about 20 years. Mostly the crevices of my nose, the "dent" in my chin, and my eyebrows. I always treated it with just a dab of hydrocortisone, and it helped a lot. Recently I had facial shingles, and the doc told me I really shouldn't use hydrocortisone on my face. That's all well and good, but what CAN I use? The shingles are pretty much gone, but for slight scarring they said will be there a while yet, but I still get the seborrhea patches, and I need to do something. They told me I can wash my face with Nizoral, and that does help, but just washing my face and not putting anything on it is making my skin feel taut and dry. Is there a cream or something that helps seborrhea and has no cortisone in it?
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