SEBULEX Medicated Dandruff Shampoo - Regular 7 Oz
- cleans hair
- relieves itching, scaling and flaking
- Helps control dandruff
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Active Ingredients: Sulfur (2%), Salicylic Acid (2%); Inactive Ingredients: D&C Yellow 10, Docusate Sodium, EDTA (Ethylenediamine-Tetra-Acetic Acid), FD&C Blue 1, Fragrance, PEG 6 Lauramide, PEG 14M, Sodium Dodecylbenzene Sulfonate, Sodium Octoxynol-2 Ethane Sulfonate, Water
Shake well. massage onto wet scalp. Leave lather on scalp for five minutes. Rinse. Repeat application. Rinse thoroughly. Initially, use daily, every other day, or as directed by a doctor. Itching and scaling are often controlled after 2 or 3 treatments; 1 or 2 treatments a week will usually maintain control, although daily use may be continued.
Top Customer Reviews
Several days later I developed a minor Staph infection from being in the hospital. I got small acne bumps on my arms and legs. After a week with no luck and it only getting worse, I used the Sebulex I bought for my son. I left it on for ten minutes. My skin cleared up within two days.
I now swear by it. I use it on my face once a week for regular acne. I make my sons use it too. I recommend it to anyone who listens, and after using it, their acne clears up. I think it is the sulfur.
I get mine at a small town pharmacy who has it on the shelf. However, if you go to a big chain, you will have to ask the pharmacist for it and he may have to order it for you.
For best results you must use as directed (wait time before rinse). Also, I recommend using an inexpensive shampoo first then you can apply a smaller amount of the Sebulex (needs less to lather after wash)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Eczema plagued me as a child. It ran rampant. My mother discovered this product and we put it to use. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Cheygil91
Did not work any better than OTC shampoos and it stinks.Published 15 months ago by Theta Chi Clayton HB
It didn't work well in solving my dandruff issues. Also expensive for the amount of product you receive.Published 16 months ago by ashish
Does anybody know which shampoo to use in stead of SEBULEX since it is discontued itemPublished 20 months ago by josh
What a shame. I have used this shampoo for 50 years, yes 50. There is no comparison. I was diagnosed by a dermatologist at age 10 with seborrhea, I will be 60 this Fall. Read morePublished on June 27, 2014 by naplesguy
This medicated shampoo has been in my cabinet for years, actually 50 yrs or so, first prescribed by a dermatologist for a scalp condition. Read morePublished on June 6, 2014 by James Kilduff