FAQs

  • What causes dandruff?
  • What causes dandruff?

    Everyone has a type of fungus (yeast) called Malassezia on their skin. It is natural and normally harmless. However, people with dandruff appear to have more Malassezia than usual. It feeds on the natural grease of the skin, from which it produces oleic acid. The oleic acid triggers increased turnover of skin cells, resulting in dandruff.

  • Can I keep using my regular shampoo?
  • Can I keep using my regular shampoo?

    Yes! Because you only need to use Dandrazol twice weekly for treatment and once every one – two weeks for prevention, you can keep using your favourite shampoo.

  • What if I forget to use Dandrazol?
  • What if I forget to use Dandrazol?

    Do not worry; just continue with it as soon as you remember.

  • Do I have to use Dandrazol every day?
  • Do I have to use Dandrazol every day?

    No. Dandrazol is formulated with an anti-fungal ingredient (Ketoconazol) so only a couple treatments a week for 2-4 weeks are enough to treat most cases of dandruff.

  • Does Dandrazol help with itching?
  • Does Dandrazol help with itching?

    Absolutely. By treating the cause of dandruff, Dandrazol can help relieve itching and redness.

  • Is it common to have dandruff?
  • Is it common to have dandruff?

    Yes. About 50% of the population has or will have dandruff. It is also more common in males than females, and more common among teens than any other segment of the population.

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Dandrazol Anti-Dandruff Shampoo contains Ketoconazole. Always read the label.

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