Head & Shoulders Shampoo Klinische Stärke 420 ml (2 Stück/Packung)
- Von Dermatologen empfohlene Marke bei Schuppen (basierend auf einer Umfrage im Jahr 2013 unter amerikanischen Dermatologen).
- Enthält 1% Selen-Sulfid, zur effektiven Linderung der hartnäckigsten Schuppen.
- Lindert juckende Kopfhaut und entfernt Hautschuppen (die mit Schuppen verbunden werden).
- Sanftes Schuppen-Shampoo mit ausgeglichenem pH-Wert, das das Haar sauber, kontrollierbar und 100 % schuppenfrei hält (keine sichtbaren Schuppen, bei regelmäßiger Anwendung).
- 7 Vorteile: Bekämpft trockene Kopfhaut, beruhigt juckende Kopfhaut, lindert Reizungen, reduziert Rötungen, toller Duft, kontrolliert schuppige Kopfhaut und lässt hier Haar toll aussehen. (im Zusammenhang mit Schuppen)
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Sie leiden unter schweren Schuppen und nichts scheint zu helfen? Suchen Sie nicht weiter, als das Head & Shoulders Shampoo in klinischer Stärke. Dieses medizinisches Shampoo, formuliert mit Selen-Sulfid, ist klinisch getestet für den Schutz vor schweren Schuppen und seborrhoischer Dermatitis. Bekämpft Schuppen ab der 1. Haarwäsche und hilft gegen Juckreiz und Rötungen.
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1.) After struggling for a month with a mystery microbial overgrowth on my face that that did not respond to Nizoral, coal tar, Clindamycin, but which did respond weakly to Nystatin, it became a process of elimination to narrow down what skin problems resemble acne, but are not acne, and have a strong fungal component. Pityrosporum folliculitis & perioral dermatitis look similar to normal acne, and may happen concurrently with acne, which is why it's difficult to diagnose. For me, this shampoo, used on face, scalp, and body, addressed my issues visibly within days. I had significant improvement after 48 hours, but visible improvement within 24 hours, and some "drying up" improvement in only 4 hours.
While I'd have thought Nizoral would have been most effective, in this particular case, it was not. For whatever reason, selenium sulfide, applied topically, actually had a better effect. Since my symptoms had shown no sign of abating or running their course for an entire month, I'm not inclined to chalk rapid improvement up to regression to the mean. It worked for me----quickly. Will it work for you? It may or may not---it depends what type(s) of microbe you are battling. But it's at least worth a shot.
2.) I leave my jewelry on in the shower, and after my 1st use, I was stunned to find that my silver jewelry had turned BLACK like coal. As a scientist, it was fascinating, since it was chemistry in action---I guess I always took my silver jewelry for granted. But it was shocking nonetheless....(Note: This will vary from user to user, based on the duration of contact with your jewelry, the mineral content of your water, the purity of your silver, etc....E.g. If you take 3-minute showers, your jewelry might not turn black at all.)
Here's what happened:
This shampoo contains selenium sulfide, with reacts with silver to form a layer of silver sulfide, which is another name for regular black tarnish. There's normally trace sulfur in the air around you, which is why silver tarnishes slowly over time. But in the case of this shampoo, there's a ton of sulfur, so we get a ton of tarnish. That layer can be scrubbed off with a polishing cloth, but that's a slow process, and it involves removing silver particles---you're essentially wearing down your silver. Or you can just do what I did, and electrochemically turn the silver sulfide back to silver. Here's the easiest way to do it:
1. Get a plastic bowl, line it with aluminum foil. Aluminum is a metal that "wants" the sulfur more than silver does.
2. Fill the bowl with hot water. You're going to make an ionic solution by adding either 1/2 cup of salt or baking soda to 1/2 gallon water. I wasn't particularly exact--I just eyeballed everything and used hot water from the tap. Baking soda might work better, but I didn't have any, so I used table salt.
3. Submerge your silver item in the water, making sure that it's touching the aluminum foil.
4. Give it a few minutes. You'll see the tarnish disappear. This is because the silver sulfide reacts with aluminum, forming aluminum sulfide. The ionic solution is what carries the sulfur atoms away from the silver to the aluminum. It may generate a slight sulfurous smell as a by-product.
5. Take your item out, give it a rinse, then dry it. Keep it away from this shampoo, AND away from sulfur vapors.
Congratulations, you've turned silver sulfide back to silver, and turned aluminum into aluminum sulfide! You're pretty much MacGyver right now. If I had a time machine and went back with this science, people would have assumed I was some type of wizard. Hope this helps everyone.
Dimensions can be seen in the photos I have uploaded.
*Good price for a good product
*Keeps scalp hydrated if used every other day or every couple of days
*Daily use causes dry scalp
Overall: 4.5/5 stars (>=.5 rounds up, <.5 rounds down) => 5 stars
If you have any further questions regarding the product in my review please leave a comment below and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
1. If you also suffer from dry skin, you may want to use some disposable gloves to apply this in the shower, because it may irritate your sensitive skin.
2. If you have bleached, permed, chemically altered hair in any way, please follow the directions, because it recommends rinsing for five minutes if you have had any chemical treatments applied to your hair. I have bleached hair, and I hate to think what would have happened if I hadn't read all of the directions!
3. You may want to start out only using this a few times a week to see if it cures your problem, because this stuff is *strong* and may make your hair feel a little dry with constant use. If a few times a week doesn't do the trick, just go up from there, be sure to rinse well, and condition tons!
Overall, this is a great product. I feel clean and healthy now, and I don't really notice any bad smell like previous reviewers have said. It's definitely worth the money.