After 3 weeks of l-glutamine and both Restoraderm products twice a day, the SD is back and stubborn as ever. Because there is so much conflicting information, it makes the condition all the more frustrating. I was reading the comments on your website the other day and was thinking back to when my SD first started. It too started on my nose and spread from there. My dermatologist insisted it was due to an over abundance of yeast on the skin. That got me thinking the other day that for me, something topical isn’t enough. My body was producing or allowing the yeast to live and multiply. With this thiught, I went to my local drugstore to the feminine aisle. There are many products out there for yeast infections. As I didn’t want anything topical, I opted for a product called Azo Yeast Plus. They are tablets with a probiotic that claim to help with symptoms of yeast infection. As it was over the counter I thought, why not try it? I have been taking 3 tablets a day and am on day 5. After 5 days of aggressive flaking, my SD has “shed” itself. I barely recognized myself in the mirror this morning. I apologize that I haven’t included links to the product, I am travelling and typing this on my phone. If you search Azo yeast plus, you will see its readily available le in many stores. I don’t see any reason why men can’t take this product but I don’t know enough about it to make recommendations. I just want to share what has finally worked for me after 18 months. If you also search azo yeast and dermatitis, I had stumbled on an online forum where one woman also claimed it worked for her but wasn’t sure why. I hope someone finds this information helpful. And lastly Michael, I applaud your dedication to all of us suffering from this. I imagine everyone that comes across your website finds it a true comfort. All the best.