Best Shampoo for Dandruff and Seborrheic Dermatitis

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Not only does this do the job when it comes to dandruff, it really does work well for seborrhic dermatitis. You can choose between sizes and they’re all affordable.

Not everyone can handle the smell – and it can take a little longer to work than some dandruff shampoos.


This shampoo for dandruff does a stellar job for those that battle seborrheic dermatitis. Indeed, is does a fair job with dandruff flakes, but it’s really better for the former condition. If you deal with a combination of the two, you want this. Hey, even if you’ve been battling mild dandruff, the price on this should sway you.

Now, there is something you should know – the smell is, well… strong. But, that has to do with the clinical-level ingredients, which we love. Scalps do feel clean after use and there are plenty of dermatologists that would recommend you start with this shampoo before moving onto other options. Given the range of affordable sizes, we don’t see why you wouldn’t.

Active ingredients:  1% selenium sulfide

Sulfates: Yes

Parabens: No

Alcohol: No

Package size: Amazon offers three different choices of packs with 13.5-ounce bottles. Each of them is more than affordable.

Pricing: For the 2-pack of 13.5-ounce bottles, you’ll pay about $12. You don’t need to have strong math skills to know that’s a seriously affordable dandruff treatment (a little more than 60 cents an ounce) Nice, right?


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