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Antiparasitic & Antiseborrheic Medicated Shampoo for Dogs, with coal tar, salicylic acid and micronized sulfur to treat skin scaling caused by seborrhea, a chronic dermatitis.
Antiseborrheic & Antidandruff Medicated Shampoo for Dogs and Cats, featuring zinc pyrinthione, salicylic acid and colloidal sulfur for the treatment of seborrheic dermatitis.
When mild to moderate seborrhea sicca (dry, flaky dander) was present, antiseborrheic agents, such as sulfur, salicylic acid, and 1% selenium sulfide were used.
Topical therapy killed yeast (antifungal agents) or disrupted yeast colonization by altering cutaneous microenvironment (degreasing or antiseborrheic agents).
Degreasing or antiseborrheic agent were used before applying topical antifungal to enhance effectiveness of antifungal agent.
When using shampoos without antiseborrheic properties, applying a degreasing or antiseborrheic product before using antifungal shampoo gave fairly good results.
You can use antiseborrheic treatments such as wipes, shampoos and spot application products to remove surface debris and keep the hair follicles open.
Isotrentinoin (Accutane, Amnesteem, Claravis, Topical Acne Product Sotret) Selenium Sulfide Topical Antiseborrheic Table 3.
O'Donoghue has them wash their scalp and face twice a week with an antiseborrheic shampoo.