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Seborrhoeic Dermatitis: The Naturopathic Way

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Seborrhoeic Dermatitis: The Naturopathic Way

Skin conditions can be notoriously challenging to treat and seborrhoeic dermatitis is no exception.

Today we are joined by naturopath, Danny Urbinder to discuss his expertise in managing this stubborn condition. As a sufferer himself, Danny shares some excellent personal insights into the condition and discusses his successes and failures when it comes to treatment, including including nutritional and herbal supplementation, topical treatments, and dietary and lifestyle advice. Personal experiences tend to lead to an insatiable thirst for knowledge on the subject and a quest for answers which listeners can indeed benefit from.


Danny Urbinder has worked in the health industry for over 20 years. A qualified Naturopath who graduated from the Southern School of Natural Medicine, Danny was a lecturer in Nutritional Biochemistry at the Australian College of Natural Medicine for many years. He also worked for several years in functional pathology with ARL as their Technical Service Manager. Today, he is the Head of Education for one of Australia's leading nutraceutical companies.


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