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New Piroctone Olamine Shampoo & Zincplex

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by Frontline Warrior » February 14, 2009 at 11:29 pm #112393

Hey guys,
I just received a Piroctone Olamine Shampoo I ordered from the UK called Australian Tea Tree Organic Tea Tree Anti-Dandruff Shampoo, you can order here at:

It was very cheap, I got in about 6 days on saturday. I got 2 bottles and it ran me a bit over $20.00(incl. shipping). What I like about it is they took the time to make it as low chemical as possible. SLS and paraben free,100% organic tea tree oil w/ 38%terpinen-4ol minmum. When you open the bottle up it smells very tea treeish. The next ingredient right behind tea tree is Piroctone Olamine, which is like (Keto-Nizoral), but of course according to the studies say its suppose to be better and milder.

I’ve seen the Body shop one and would never use that shampoo. It has every chemical in the book, including ppg, SLS and parabens.

Another shampoo I am going to order is Zincplex shampoo kit. Apparently this is the shampoo to cure the scalp from Sebum,crust, dandruff, bacteria, and oily soup (i love saying that). As that is a big problem for me. I litteraly pick my scalp more than my nose. All those little cholestrol plugs must go. I am going to give it a try and the PTO shampoo as well and let you guys know how its going.

Currently for a week I’ve been using the Dr. Bronners Castile soap with Tea Tree. It does very well at sopping up the greas and oil. It has reduced, but not completly cleard up the crusty sebum production, itchy scalp, and scalp pimples like I hope the Zincplex will.
ZincPlex:Go to this site for an audio tutorial

You can also buy here:

this place healthyhairplus.com also sells Enzy DHT blocker(Trichogen and EMu oil) and also a Trichogen(10%) mist spray. Also the stuff there isn’t very expensive.

Anyone used or tried products with Trichogen in them.

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by pimpin_hair » February 15, 2009 at 1:53 am #112404

ammonium lauryl sulfate is even worse than SLS.

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by Jacob » February 15, 2009 at 12:14 pm #112435

I’ve always wanted to try John Master’s zinc shampoo…

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by hapyman » February 15, 2009 at 4:18 pm #112462

Thanks for the info frontlinewarrior. I use the Dr. Bronners Tea Tree oil soap as well. I really like this stuff. I think I might try a good seabuckthorn soap again though.

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by WilliamTheBloody » February 16, 2009 at 11:16 am #112523

Frontline Warrior, have you ever tried using diluted Apple Cider Vinegar after your shampoo? I’ve had years and years of dandruff problems that could only previously be managed with Nizoral 1% and MS Scalpicin. This has been a lifesaver for me, and now I just occasionally use the Nizoral and got off Scalpicin completely. I had the kind of dandruff that came off in sheets, not just little flakes. Although I had that too.

If your interested, I fill a spray bottle up with half water and half ACV. Then after the shampooing I just spray my head all over and sort of work it in and leave it for 1-2 minutes and rinse.

Two things though. That stuff burns in your eyes and it’s watery so it kind of just runs all over the place. So if you use it be careful. And you need to really rinse it good or you will faintly smell that vinegar all day, especially if you exercise. But it really did work for me.

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