Neutrogena T-Gel Shampoo

£6.79£24.99

Do you suffer from dandruff? Neutrogena shampoo is a medicated shampoo used to treat dandruff and seborrhoeic dermatitis (a greasy, crusting, itching scalp caused by excess oil). Neutrogena works by reducing the greasiness of the scalp. it also slows down the growth of the layer of skin cells on the scalp. This reduces dandruff.

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Product Description

What is Neutrogena T-Gel  Shampoo used for?

Do you suffer from dandruff? Neutrogena T-Gel Original Shampoo is a medicated shampoo used to treat dandruff and seborrhoeic dermatitis (a greasy, crusting, itching scalp caused by excess oil). Neutrogena works by reducing the greasiness of the scalp. it also slows down the growth of the layer of skin cells on the scalp. This reduces dandruff.

What is dandruff.

Dandruff is a common skin condition., where white or grey flakes of skin appear in the hair. Dandruff is not contagious. But it can be unpleasant. Use Neutrogena shampoo to treat dandruff. Leave the shampoo in your hair for at least five minutes. This gives time for the active ingredients to work.

How do you use Neutrogena shampoo?

Shake the bottle well before use. next, wet the hair and the massage into your scalp.

Leave for two to three minuets and then rinse thoroughly.

Use twice a week for the first two weeks. The once a week.

See our other hair care products.

 

 

Side Effects

Application to the skin or scalp may produce irritation or sensitisation, sometimes described as a burning sensation. Rarely, blistering can occur, especially if the shampoo is kept in contact with the skin for longer than the recommended duration. An increase in the amount of normal hair loss can occur. Discoloration of the hair may occur; this can be avoided or minimised by thorough washing of the hair after treatment. As with other shampoos, oiliness or dryness of hair and scalp may occur. Non-specific allergic reactions, including rash and urticaria, have been reported rarely

Further Information

Click here For the patient information leaflet