best shampoo for dandruf

Philippines
September 18, 2007 7:59am CST
guys,if you know of any shampoo for dandruf and where to buy it,that would be great!.so far,im using neoceuticals theraphy shampoo.verry effective but also verry costly.i would mind the 1k price tagvery much,but the thing is,it only lasst me 7-8 days. suggestion woul be great help!thanks!
4 responses
@pitstop (4621)
• India
24 Oct 07
Try Nizral shampoo or Scalpe shampoo. They work quite well!
@acmepride (1547)
• United States
18 Sep 07
At the very onset, minetski, to be completely honest, I must at once tell you that I am neither, in any way, a medical expert nor a medical professional and, as such, my suggestions are merely my personal opinions and should still actually be validated by medical experts. To be sure, your condition is not that rare and it could perhaps easily be cured with consistent proper treatment. Even if I'm no medical expert, however, I happen to fortunately chance upon a very relevant website, which could perhaps adequately provide you with a very viable alternative to your current shampoo. Of course, before shifting to such a product, I highly suggest that you first consult your personal physician, if possible, in order for you to know whether it's absolutely safe and healthy to use such a new product. If you want to check it out, kindly just visit their highly interesting site: http://www.nizoral.co.uk/ To give you an idea of what their anti-dandruff product is essentially all about, here's an excerpt from their website: "Although regular washing of the hair may wash away the flakes and limit the signs of dandruff, it does not treat the cause. Nizoral anti-dandruff shampoo works by restoring the natural balance of the yeast on the scalp, which is the main cause of the dry, flaky, red, itchy symptoms of dandruff and prevents them coming back. Not all dandruff treatments work this way, which means they are less likely to be as effective." Ultimately, I just really pray that my post could somehow be of help in addressing your hair problem.
@acmepride (1547)
• United States
18 Sep 07
At the very onset, minetski, to be completely honest, I must at once tell you that I am neither, in any way, a medical expert nor a medical professional and, as such, my suggestions are merely my personal opinions and should still actually be validated by medical experts. To be sure, your condition is not that rare and it could perhaps easily be cured with consistent proper treatment. Even if I'm no medical expert, however, I happen to fortunately chance upon a very relevant website, which could perhaps adequately provide you with a very viable alternative to your current shampoo. Of course, before sh If you want to check it out, kindly just visit this highly interesting site: http://www.nizoral.co.uk/ To give you an idea of what their anti-dandruff product is essentially all about, here's an excerpt from their website: "Although regular washing of the hair may wash away the flakes and limit the signs of dandruff, it does not treat the cause. Nizoral anti-dandruff shampoo works by restoring the natural balance of the yeast on the scalp, which is the main cause of the dry, flaky, red, itchy symptoms of dandruff and prevents them coming back. Not all dandruff treatments work this way, which means they are less likely to be as effective." Ultimately, I just really pray that my post could somehow be of help in addressing your hair problem.
@jHoEn16 (2043)
• Australia
18 Sep 07
i dont have dandruffs... the only shampoo i used was head and shoulders... and everytime i used others i got dandruffs... so why dont you try using it for a week or two...