A: After shampooing your scalp this shampoo needs to be rinsed, but is gentle enough to be used daily. We hope this helps you.
A: Hi Mimi! This shampoo is gentle enough for daily use, but does need to be rinsed out after shampooing. Hope this helps!
A: Hi london! Both will help with a dry, itchy scalp regardless of whether or not you are experiencing dandruff. Hope this helps!
A: Hi London, both Shampoo's help with itchy scalp and flaking. Depending on the severity of the itching will determine the shampoo you should choose. If the itching is very bad, go with the extra strength otherwise the regular will be perfect for low to moderate itching.
A: Hey Erica! We recommend using this product at least twice a week. We hope you have a great day!
A: Hi Erica, I had terrible dandruff. In the beginning I used the product everyday but after a few weeks I was using it twice a week at the most and it is the only product that has worked for me. The stuff is excellent and I am dandruff free. Brian
A: Hi Ness. Neutrogena T/Gel Extra Strength is safe for use by children over the age of two years. Thanks for your question!
A: This question could only be answered by a Dr,, an oncologist would be best.
A: Hi Estela, thanks so much for asking! The good news is that we are not discontinuing this T/Gel <3 However, due to various delays, we expect to be low on stock until June of this year. If you'd like to get notified as soon as they are available, please visit our website to sign up for convenient email notifications!
A: Hey Christine! Our T/Gel shampoo does have fragrance added however, if you have a sore on your scalp, we suggest speaking with your doctor to figure out which shampoo will be the best to use. We hope this helped!
A: Hi there! This shampoo should help with an itchy scalp after rinsing out, but we recommend talking to your doctor to learn more about your scalp soars. Have a great day!
A: You sure can!
A: Hello Rhonda, this product is not meant to be used on the body for plaque psoriasis. It is meant to treat dandruff, psoriasis, and seborrheic dermatitis on the scalp. Let us know if you have any other questions!