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Reddit mentions of Neutrogena T/Sal Therapeutic Shampoo, Scalp Build-Up Control 4.5 oz

Sentiment score: 5
Reddit mentions: 10

We found 10 Reddit mentions of Neutrogena T/Sal Therapeutic Shampoo, Scalp Build-Up Control 4.5 oz. Here are the top ones.

Neutrogena T/Sal Therapeutic Shampoo, Scalp Build-Up Control 4.5 oz
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  • Covers a large portion of the body
  • First step in any scalp treatment
  • Maximum relief of itchy, flaky scalp
  • Free of added color, preservatives and fragrance
Height6.7322834577 Inches
Length6.7322834577 Inches
Number of items1
Size4.5 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)
Weight0.3968320716 Pounds
Width1.968503935 Inches

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Found 10 comments on Neutrogena T/Sal Therapeutic Shampoo, Scalp Build-Up Control 4.5 oz:

u/dontcallmemom · 30 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Don't panic! You'll want to think about what might be coming into contact with your scalp to cause the acne, first. If you've been using a thick styling product, for instance, I'd ditch it, and maybe skip the conditioner for a while. If you work out or otherwise work up a sweat, make sure to try to wash your hair/scalp sooner rather than later. And make sure you are swapping your pillowcase out for a clean one pretty often, especially now that your hair is so short and your scalp will come into contact with it more. Then you'll want to think about products you might be able to apply to the area to help calm things down. For instance, Neutrogena makes a reasonably priced shampoo that contains Salicylic Acid. You'll see that the product's description is geared more toward flaky scalp problems, but Salicylic Acid is great for treating acne, and you'll see many of the reviewers are using it for that, with success. If I were you, I'd ditch my other hair products in favor of something like that shampoo for a while, and see if it helps.

u/ZapZip · 3 pointsr/Swimming

I have this issue too. I use UltraSwim Shampoo. And Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Conditioner. Those together have seems to really calm down any scalp issues I've had.

My brother also had scalp issues and dandruff as a kid. He used T/Sal.

u/SpragueDawley · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Agreed with the other poster that this is probably seborrheic dermatitis. It's not a serious condition luckily, though seeing a dermatologist might be a good idea.

I've experienced similar (though less severe) flaking from my beard in the past. I managed to clear it up completely with a salicylic acid shampoo. Salicylic acid is an exfoliant—it helps loosen up and slough off dead skin. Its a common ingredient in dandruff shampoos, and seborrheic dermatitis is basically a type of dandruff. I massage the shampoo into my beard for a minute and then leave it in for about 10 minutes more. Then I wash it out and use regular conditioner (my beard is longer than yours though so I notice that it's not as soft when I don't use conditioner). I would say I generally do this once or twice a week to keep it under control, but I think I started off doing it every other day for the first week or two. Now that it's under control I just use a regular shampoo every other day on the days that I don't use the salicylic acid.

Good luck! I found this problem pretty embarrassing and I struggled with it for a good couple of years before I found this simple solution. Hopefully it works for you too!

u/Kmanblazzer · 3 pointsr/malehairadvice

Purchase this. I used to have very bad dandruff and used this one day and I honestly haven't had dandruff since.

You dampen your hair then apply the shampoo and really work it into your scalp, massage it really well. Let it soak into your scalp for 15 minutes then rinse out thoroughly.

If this doesn't work for you then I would honestly schedule an appointment for a dermatologist. They can study your scalp and give you correct creams and products for you specifically. Hope this helps.

u/mizzzharleyquinn · 2 pointsr/HaircareScience

My husband had this issue a few years ago where his hair was thinning out, he started using Neutrogena T/Sal shampoo and it works wonders! His hair thickened up within about a week and within a month it was thicker than it had been in a long time. I highly recommend this product to at least get you started. You can find it at Target for sure, it's about $6 a bottle.


u/suzypepper · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

If it's near your hairline, I'd just go at it with the Stridex. If it's on your scalp, there are salicylic acid shampoos that you can use (make sure to leave on for a few minutes before rinsing). I wonder if you could pat on some of PC's BHA liquid onto your scalp and just leave there. I don't entirely see why not.

u/valentinedoux · 2 pointsr/DIYBeauty

Have you tried OTC shampoos with antifungal agents like Nizoral 1% ketoconazole, DHS 2% pyrithione zinc or Neutrogena 3% salicylic acid?

You can use oil treatment with warm mineral oil and leave it for 30 minutes then wash off with shampoo. Or... make your own aloe vera hair rinse with 1 part aloe vera juice and 2 parts water. Rinse your hair with aloe vera solution after shampooing then towel dry.

u/enagrom · 1 pointr/FancyFollicles

I used to have this. T-Gel helped a little, but T-Sal essentially eliminated it.

u/Melete777 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Neutrogena T-Sal shampoo has salicylic acid. Lather it up and let it sit for 5-10 minutes before rinsing:

u/AgitatedFork · 1 pointr/birthcontrol

My scalp gets this way, didn't even think I could credit it to my mirena!
But I was given a sample of TSAL Shampoo and it has changed my world. 2 weeks now without a single itch and all the bumps have faded away. I would give it a try!