Neutrogena T/Gel Shampoo Dry Hair cleans, softens, and conditions dry hair while also bringing immediate relief to the problem of itching and flaking scalps.
Dandruff can be a persistent problem for people with dry skin on their scalps. This shampoo contains salicylic acid, which breaks down and clears the flaking skin build up on the scalp, and also piroctone olamine, which is an antifungal that helps to manage the condition.
It is formulated to relieve the irritation that is often associated with dry hair and dandruff, but is gentle enough to be used daily as part of your normal cleansing routine. It forms a rich lather that helps to soothe and protect the skin on the scalp from drying out.
The added conditioners contained in this shampoo will leave your hair feeling cleaner, softer, and healthier, without drying it out.
The ingredients in Neutrogena T/Gel Shampoo Dry Hair are:
Use Neutrogena T/Gel Shampoo Dry Hair as part of your daily bath or shower routine.
Apply generously to thoroughly wet hair and massage into the scalp. Rinse off and repeat as necessary.
Neutrogena T/Gel Shampoo Dry Hair is for external use. It should be stored away from children. If ingested accidentally, seek immediate medical assistance.
If there is accidental contact with the eyes, flush out using plenty of water.
Should you have a known hypersensitivity to fragrance, parabens, or any of the other ingredients in this product, refrain from use. In the event of an unwanted reaction, such as redness or itching, either reduce or discontinue use and consult your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
If, in 6 weeks of using this shampoo, your condition has not improved, seek medical advice.
The use of Neutrogena T/Gel Shampoo Dry Hair has no known side effects. There are no recognised interactions with any medicinal products.
HelloSkin’s experts were unable to identify scientific data on the use of T/Gel Shampoo Dry Hair in people with psoriasis. However, the product contains salicylic acid.
Because of its keratolytic effect which may soften plaques, salicylic acid is sometimes used as an adjunctive treatment that is believed to enhance the penetration of topical therapeutics (1). For instance, a combination treatment including salicylic acid with a corticosteroid was shown to be more effective than the corticosteroid treatment alone, in people with moderate plaque psoriasis following a 3-week study period (2).