Effective Natural Remedies for Seborrheic Dermatitis Relief - Ted's Q&A

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Posted by Anonymous on 03/06/2006

You mention hydrogen peroxide of 35% (on the label). However, the only hydrogen peroxide I can find is 3%. Since you say 3% is the percentage I want it to be (after mixing it with water and apple cider vinegar), does that mean I shouldn't use water at all and should just mix it 50-50 with the apple cider vinegar? Or should I go hunting for the 35% solution of hydrogen peroxide (and where might I find that strong of a solution)?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

You don't have to be exact to the numbers. Try whatever you have on hand first. If the solution is too weak you can try for a stronger solution later. If too strong, your skin may be inflammed. It is therefore best to start on the low side and work yourself up later on.