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Neutrogena T/Gel

Neutrogena T/Gel Questions & Answers

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7 questions from our users

WGoldberg
WGoldbergasked

Is it any good?

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I.P. Daily
I.P. Daily

Please try it and report back. TY

WGoldberg
WGoldberg

I.P. Daily did you try it? Is it any good?

Lynette B
Lynette Basked

What are the ingredients please

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WGoldberg
WGoldberg

Neutar Solubilised Coal Tar Extract 2% (equivalent to 0.5% w/v Coal Tar) in a mild shampoo base. Contains as preservatives: Diazolidinyl Urea 0.10% w/v, Methyl Hydroxybenzoate 0.04% w/v, Propyl Hydroxybenzoate 0.01% w/v.

Contains: 2.0% W/V Neutar equivalent to 0.5% W/V Coal Tar. Contains Neutar solubilised Coal Tar Extract 2% (equivalent to 0.5% w/v coal tar) in a mild shampoo base and Methyl Hydroxybenzoate, Propyl Hydroxybenzoate and Diazolidinyl urea as preservatives.

WGoldberg
WGoldberg

Saw it here: https://www.chemistwarehouse.com.au/buy/6562/neutrogena-t-gel-therapeutic-shampoo-200ml

Lynette B
Lynette B

thankyou for that information

P Alegria
P Alegriaasked

Hi Im start using the T/Gel shampoo for treatment of scalp dermatitis. Can I used everyday? Can I use a conditioner after? Can I use it on my face?
Thank you
Pato Alegria

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Hannah
Hannahasked

Do you think you could add essential oils to help with the smell! Im just not a fan of it. And if it’s an easy fix like oils I might have to try it!

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Minnie C.
Minnie C.asked

Can it be used as a daily shampoo?

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Ann S.
Ann S.asked

Can I use conditioner with T/Gel as well as other hair products?

1 answer
Nat of Nundah
Nat of Nundah

I do!
I use a variety of conditioner brands and other hair products after shampooing with T-Gel. From that point of view, it seems just like normal shampoo.

Paul
Paulasked

I have dyed blondish hair covering grey....Will it discolour my hair?

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Nat of Nundah
Nat of Nundah

My bet is that it would. My hair is coloured dark red-brown and it lightened it. I like the effect. If you're going to try it, maybe use it just before you're ready to go for your next colour and see what effect it has. If you don't like it, at least you're about to get it freshly done. Obviously this is just my opinion, I'm not a hairdresser or expert on hair colour:)

Cyesq
Cyesq

YES. I just used for the first time and I'm so glad that I didn't leave it on my hair for 15 min. I used it as a regular shampoo, then rinsed out. When I looked in the mirror, I was horrified. My beautiful champagne blonde hair color was now a brassy gold. I'm going immediately to my hairdresser to fix it. I will not use it again and will find a substitute for the psoriasis.

MarisaWright
MarisaWright

You should never use ANY dandruff shampoo on tinted or coloured hair until you've checked with your hairdresser first. Dandruff shampoos are sometimes used deliberately to remove a bad hair colour

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