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Nizoral Anti-Dandruff Shampoo

by Nizoral
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4 oz.
  • Non-Prescription Strength
  • Controls Flaking, Scaling and Itching
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Important Information

Safety Warning
For external use only. Do not use: on scalp that is broken or inflamed; if you are allergic to ingredients in this product. When using this product: avoid contact with eyes; if product gets into eyes, rinse thoroughly with water. Stop use and ask a doctor if: rash appears; condition worsens or does not improve in two to four weeks. If pregnant or breast-feeding, ask a doctor before use. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

Nizoral anti dandruff hair shampoo Features: Controls flaking, scaling and itching associated with dandruff. Protect from light and freezing.

1% Ketoconazole, Water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Cocamide MEA, Sodium Cocoyl Sarcosinate, Glycol Distearate, Acryl Acid Polymer (Carbomer 1342), Fragrance, Sodium Chloride, Tetrasodium EDTA, Butylated Hydroxytoluene, Quaternium-15, Polyquaternium-7, Sodium Hydroxide and/or Hydrochloric Acid, FD&C Blue No. 1.

Adults and children 12 years and over. Wet hair thoroughly. Apply shampoo, generously lather, rinse thoroughly. Use every 3 - 4 days for up to 8 weeks or as directed by a doctor.

Product Description

Size: 4 oz.

Controls flaking, scaling and itching associated with dandruff.

Product Details

Size: 4 oz.
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 1.1 x 6.1 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000Y3CRY
  • UPC: 300450895042
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,603 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

It is a great product, but hard to find!
Kathleen A. Warren
Seems that dandruff can be caused from several things, one of those things is a fungal infection of the scalp.
I've tried a number of over-the-counter dandruff shampoos, and Nizoral is the only one that works for me.
J. Johnson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

61 of 64 people found the following review helpful By T. Reinhardt on December 23, 2003
Size Name: 4 oz.
I found out about this product several years ago when my doctor gave me the perscription formula for a bout of dandruff. It eventually became available in the non-perscription (1%) formula and for me, on the occasions that I need it the non-perscription formula has worked perfectly.
It is a very nice shampoo, aside from the anti-dandruff properties. It has a tingly (not burning or caustic feel) fresh feeling when you are using it and lathers extreamly well even in the hard water I have at home. After using it my hair has a very clean but not dry feeling.
I will use it from time to time as needed (usually in the fall) and I just had my son use it as well. It worked very well for him too and after the first use, the flakes were pretty much gone. Typically I will use it about a week and than I won't need it anymore. I also try to leave the lather on a few minutes to give it a chance to *work*.
I have to say that if you are in the market for a dandruff shampoo chose this one. The price is anywhere from a lot to a bit higher than the others but I haven't had to go out an buy anything else if I bought this first. I can't say that about the other products so in the long run this is most cost effective for me.
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51 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Dj Magic Mike on April 22, 2008
Size Name: 4 oz.
My head. What was wrong with my head??? I say this because I never had problems with dandruff until my late twenties, when all of a sudden my skin started flaking off when touched. My eyebrows, my scalp, and even my ears! Friends would make fun of my ears and say I have wax in them, but it was really just loose skin flakes.

I gave it some time (a few years) hoping it would pass, trying different washing procedures, shampoos, etc. Basically, anytime I'de go in the shower.. I'de get out, dry.. and my skin would quickly follow with dryness, redness and flakes. It was ugly.

Finally, I get the nerve to see a dermatologist - and I say this because I dont like doctors much. The dermo told me that I needed to treat the problem, sebhoric dermatitis. Gave me a bunch of Neutrogena anti-dandruff samples and what not. I didnt like them and pretty much threw them in the garbage. They looked and smelled very chemically and I dont want that kinda stuff on my body.

A few months later I did some more research and found ingredients on Wiki about what relieves dandruff. I searched for that ingredient and found that Nizoral uses that same ingredient in their shampoo. Google + amazon = nizoral shampoo. Click to buy, a day or two later its delivered to my door and I used it that same day. Within the first, second or third use my symptoms were gone. I could care less about price, its cheap compared to the 80 dollar dermatologist visit which got me nowhere. Like everyone else said, its very foamy and cleans well.

I wash my hair every 3 days and quickly scrub it in and rinse it out, I dont care to leave it in. Basically, its in there long enough to do what it needs to do - and it does it well.

Since then, I've been dandruff free thanks to Nizoral. It appears that Ferrari and Nizoral are now two fabulous products that come from Italy.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Jacob on May 18, 2011
Size Name: 4 oz.
This review reflects my ongoing problem with dandruff/seborrhea dermatitis and the help of a friend who is a dermatology student at UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine. It is so stressful to have dandruff. It itches, leaves your hair greasy, makes it hard to use any type of hair product and is very embarrassing. I had problems for 2 years. I felt like some shampoos I tried helped reduce dandruff, but I couldn't really get rid of it. Finally I tried Nizoral at the recommendation of my friend and my dandruff problems are a thing of the past! Hopefully this review will help people who have problems with dandruff. Also, quick advice I wish I'd known before. Seborrhea dermatitis does not cause hair loss, but scratching your scalp can cause hair loss. Please don't scratch. It aggravates the problem.

I always wanted to know the causes of dandruff. Others might be curious. If you are, read the paragraph below.

The etiology or cause of dandruff, considered the mildest form of seborrhea dermatitis, is not certain. It is thought Pityrosporum ovale, a lipophilic yeast of the Malassezia genus is involved with the development of dandruff, as well as overproduction of sebum (skin oil). Basically your skin is irritated by the presence of yeast on your scalp and over production of skin oils, which results in dandruff. Anti-fungal shampoos alleviate dandruff by reducing yeast on the scalp.

There are several anti-fungal shampoos on the market. I'll look at three I used and explain their differences with the most effective shampoo first.

Nizoral A-D Shampoo - 4 oz 10/10. Nizoral is pretty close to the magical medicine I was looking for to treat my dandruff.
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83 of 107 people found the following review helpful By Neil S. Majd on July 28, 2010
Size Name: 4 oz.
I have tried many treatments for seborrhoeic dermatitis and dandruff. Here are the results:

I tried both Nizoral/Ketoconazole 1% (OTC) & Nizoral/Ketoconazole 2% (Prescription). Both did not appear to be effective (also, I did not notice much of difference between 1% and 2%). The BENEFITS of Nizoral/Ketoconazole is that it is relatively mild, can be used frequently, does not have a strong fragrance or odor, and does not affect the texture or quality of your hair. The two important DRAWBACKS are the price and the fact that, in my experience, it is ineffective in treating seborrhoeic dermatitis (it doesn't appear to do anything more than a regular shampoo).

Neutrogena T-Gel (coal tar) and salicylic acid are WAY TOO HARSH and should only be used as a last resort, or to treat scalp psoriasis. You can type "Seborrheic Dermatitis Versus Psoriasis" into Google to read the difference between the two (Quickly: scalp psoriasis is the less-common, more-painful condition; its scales often have minor bleeding when scarped off manually). Both coal tar and salicylic acid made my hair extremely rough, tough, and dry. All the conditioner in the world made no difference. I had to wait for new hair to grow and get a haircut to get the my original relatively soft hair hair back.

Zinc pyrithione (Head & Shoulders) is nearly useless. It is popular because it is cheap and was the first widely available treatment for seborrhoeic dermatitis.

RECOMMENDATION: I recommend Selenium Sulfide 1% (sold as "Selsun Blue" or "Head and Shoulders Intensive Treatment" in the Dark-Blue bottle) because it is EFFECTIVE and reasonably priced. I found Selenium Sulfide 1% to be the most effective in treating seborrhoeic dermatitis. It is not as mild as Nizoral/Ketoconazole but it works without excessive drying. On the whole, perople's experience are that Selenium Sulfide 1% and Nizoral/Ketoconazole 1% are the best treatments (if the latter works for you).
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