Hope you people had a great Easter. I love celebrations while my hubby is aloof from the mere mention of festivals and celebrations, but since the time my daughter is born, I have found another reason to celebrate. In a place like Diglipur in Andamans, festivals and celebrations are one of the few ways to keep one going. So, this weekend I did some Easter things. I made a mango cupcake with vanilla icing cream and used an old (but extremely dear) T-shirt and made a tote bag from it. I will do a post on this T-shirt thing later on. For now, you gorge on this cupcake.
This review might be of great help to women (or men) who have regular dandruff issue. I never had dandruff until college, but when I went to work, it settled in my hair so well that it has never left me, but thanks to Nizral, my dandruff condition is better.
This is a medicated shampoo and was recommended to me by a trichologist. I immediately used it and I have been using it on and off for more than 5-6 years now.
Rs. 181 for 50 ml.
Not mentioned but it contains Ketoconazole solution.
Effective treatment for dandruff, Seborrhoeic Dermatitis and Pityriasis Versicolor.
My Take on Johnson’s Nizral Shampoo:
We all know that ketoconazole is used to treat dandruff and other scalp problems. So, this shampoo contains ketoconazole, which means it would be effective in treating dandruff and surely it does treat dandruff. This shampoo is very strong, so one must use it in very little quantity and mix it with any regular shampoo, that is how I use it.
If you use it as a stand-alone shampoo, chances are there that you may lose your hair the same day! So, just keep this in mind and use it as little as possible (maybe equivalent to a teaspoon, the quantity of course depends on the length of your hair) and mix it with some other shampoo. Apply the shampoo to hair and keep it on the hair for some time. I usually keep it for about 2-3 minutes. While I have shampoo in my hair, I scrub or wash my feet, etc. Then, I rinse it off. Mind you, rinse it off very well.
The shampoo has been very effective for treating dandruff, I use it in courses. You can notice the difference from the first wash itself. By the time you finish one bottle, your dandruff problem would have most likely got resolved. Take a break and stop using Nizral. When you see dandruff recurring, take out another bottle and start using.
In the beginning, I lost a lot of hair by using this shampoo, but now that I have learnt (and taught you guys as well), the correct way of using it, I must say it does much more good than harm. I regularly use it and it mostly keeps my dandruff problem at bay.
Pros of Johnson’s Nizral Shampoo:
- Treats dandruff.
- You can notice the difference from the first wash itself.
- Cleans scalp well.
- Needs to be used very little, so one bottle lasts for 2-3 months.
Cons of Johnson’s Nizral Shampoo:
- May cause hair fall as it is quite strong, but that is why I suggest to use it in conjunction with another mild shampoo.
Will I Repurchase Johnson’s Nizral Shampoo?
Yes, I have been using it for more than 5 years.
Do I Recommend Johnson’s Nizral Shampoo?
I recommend it to everybody who has major dandruff or scalp problem.
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