Selsun

Selsun

a trademark for an antidandruff and antiseborrheic (selenium sulfide).

Selsun

A brand name for a SELENIUM-containing shampoo used to treat DANDRUFF.
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Abbott Laboratories held a 38% value share in 2015 with its Selsun range of shampoos.
The ocular use in the 1950's of Selsun ophthalmic ointment (selenium sulphide 2.
in specialty toiletries and OTC, via such lines as Selsun, Gold Bond, Sun-In, Icy Hot & Ultra Swim.
If you've tried over-the-counter dandruff shampoos (like Selsun Blue), and haven't seen an improvement, go to a dermo for a prescription shampoo or med.
Wynn recommends Selsun Blue shampoo or the application of a 10-percent tea tree oil spray, which has proven antifungal properties.
DANDRUFF is a problem to 75pc of the adult population at some point in their lives, according to Selsun Suspension.
These products often contain selenium (ie, Selsun Blue) or zinc (ie, Head and Shoulders), both of which are toxic to Pityrosporum.
Using Selsun Blue shampoo for 1 or 2 weeks also can help by sterilizing the area.
It often settles by itself when the tan fades but usually responds to Selsun shampoo applied all over the body when showering or bathing.
While some gums are good sources of soluble fiber, the amount that would have to be used to make a health claim might result in a formulation that would be too viscous," says Dennis Selsun, an expert on hydrocolloids who is president of IMR International, a San Diego market research and consulting firm.
In the parentheticals between sign and Ssignifier, names are named: Tegrin, White Noise whispers to us; Denorex and Selsun Blue; Random Access Memory, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and Mutual Assured Destruction -- "void re prohibited.