Thanks for the tips Crisbee.
One use of Nizoral was enough for me. The stuff is intense! It felt like something just nuked my skin. It did stop the seborrheic dermatitis for a few days, but it just felt way too strong.
During my battle with seborrheic dermatitis I tried a bunch of different commercial anti-dandruff stuff. Most of the ones I tried had pyrithione zinc as the active ingredient (Head & Shoulders, Clear, Garnier Fructis, Noble Formula). However, I also tried Neutrogeena (Coal Tar), which was actually one of better ones I used, and purchased Selsun Blue (selenium sulfide), but never got around to using it (read that it could do some long term damage to skin and make it very sensitive to the sun). Overall the anti-dandruff solutions worked, but in end they all felt like they were really stripping my skin (both scalp and facial skin) and hair.
Jasons Natural also caught my attention, but at that time I already found a good regimen that was working for me. Perhaps if anything changes in the future I might come back to it. Have you attempted using it on the facial skin, or just as a shampoo?
Regarding the coconut oil I was quite shocked as well. So many people online say it’s such a good anti-yeast anti-fungus agent. Wish I saw the study earlier than I did, as it feels like I just kept feeding it by using oils.
Please update if you go ahead with the honey treatment. Would be interesting to hear about your results if you stick to the schedule in the study.
Best of luck with it and stay in touch.