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Alopecia, Dandruff
Can Densita shampoo remove dandruff issues from hair? If not, then pls recommend. It would be really helpful.
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Proper treatment is required for controlling dandruff
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Consult online
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As i see densita from regaliz is more  of a daily / routine use sulphate, paraben free shampoo to avoid dryness and procapil for some antihairloss property . However dandruff needs more of medicated shampoo with antifungal, antikeratolytic, antiinflammatory etc agents. This might not help you if your scaling is significant. In such case, do an online consultation to choose right kind of shampoo for your scalp condition
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Treatment depends on the severity...Don't worry...you are suffering from seborrheic dermatitis causing dandruff... Specific medicine available for good control... Treatment depends on the severity..Do direct online consultation for detailed prescription by sending photos.
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No. For dandruff specific medicated shampoo required. Treatment depends on severity of dandruff.
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Pls do online consultation for detailed prescription and further guidance
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