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Seborrheic Dermatitis Nizoral Shampoo

Seborrheic Dermatitis Nizoral Shampoo Review

 

Our hair is an important part of our body in terms of our appearance and how others see us. Naturally, we want to look our best without having to worry about dry, flaky, unhealthy hair. We want healthy worry-free hair not problematic hair that attracts the wrong kind of attention. There’s nothing more embarrassing than wearing a black clothing only to find out later on it’s covered with tiny white flakes. It can be a demoralizing experience to live with but don’t let it keep you down. Retake control of  your social life by taking action instead of needlessly suffering any longer.

 

Nizoral is a specially formulated shampoo which fights seborrheic dermatitis, tinea versicolor and pitriasis versicolor. Nizoral’s medicated anti-dandruff products work well against dandruff and can also see a regrowth of hair in individuals. Studies have concluded that Nizoral has a remarkable ability to stimulate the hair follicles, in turn providing thicker fuller looking hair after continual use! You’ll notice the liquid pink consistency come with a slight mild fragrance. Nizoral comes in a 1% or 2% ketoconazole concentration. I use the 2% because I find the more concentrated solution to be more effective in treating my seborrheic dermatitis. If you’re unsure, I would recommend you start off with the 1% and then gradually work your way up to the 2%, until you’ve become accustomed to the Nizoral.

 

Nizoral has a remarkable ability to help battle the fungus found on the scalp, where the excess buildup of dead skin cells causes symptoms, which include the following: itching, flaking, redness from irritation to occur. Using Nizoral makes it so the fungus is unable to create cell walls, thereby halting the continual fungal growth. It can also reduce the amount of oil produced from the scalp by way of the pores.

 

Directions: Use the shampoo twice a week for 2-4 weeks and then once every 1-2 weeks thereafter, as a preventative maintenance routine to keep the dandruff from reoccurring. Apply a small drop into your palm then mix and lather the solution. Make sure to apply to your scalp until it is evenly spread throughtout your hair. Let the shampoo sit for approximately 5 minutes and finally rinse off. Letting the shampoo sit for 5 minutes gives Nizoral the time it needs to work on the problem spots.

 

Precautions: Do not let the shampoo get into your eyes. Rinse with water immediately if incidental contact happens. Before using Nizoral, it is always important to do a patch test to make sure you’re not allergic or develop any rashes, persistent itching or negative reactions to the shampoo.

Pros

  • See improved results quickly
  • Pleasant smell (subjective)
  • Shown to regrow hair
  • Reduces oil output
  • Improves dandruff, bacne and pityrosporum folliculitis
  • Medicated shampoo without harmful cortisone
  • Over the counter (non prescription)

Cons

  • Can become less effective after time
  • Can be drying
  • Contains Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
  • Pricier than your standard dandruff shampoos

In my personal opinion, Nizoral is one of the best medicated anti-dandruff shampoos on the market. It works as it should by quickly tackling seborrheic dermatitis and it does so quickly and efficiently.

 

 

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