Fighting and preventing the reappearance of dandruff and seborrhea..
Fights dandruff without drying out the hair. The Octol shampoo and lotion have a smooth basis that combines the therapeutic properties of propolis to the anti-dandruff agent Octopirox, acting directly on the fungus Pityrosporum ovale and on the bacteria that cause dry and oily dandruff.
Has antiseptic, antibacterial, moisturizing, softening properties and fights the appearance of dandruff.
Works as tonic, emollient, conditioning and fights oiliness.
Fights the fungus Pityrosporum ovale and the bacteria that cause dry and oily dandruff.
1. What causes dandruff?
Dandruff can occur at various stages of life and the causes can be many: hormonal factors, emotional or even the inappropriate use of chemical products.
2. Can I alternate the use of antidandruff shampoo and other shampoos?
Due to its gentle formula that does not harm the hair, nothing prevents the user to alternate the use of Octol and another hydrating product. It is important to always avoid the use of no-rinse creams very close to the scalp, because they increase oiliness and thus promote the development of dandruff.
3. What is the ideal frequency of use for the Octol line?
The lotion must be applied to the scalp at least twice a week. Let stand and rinse. The shampoo should be used every time the hair is washed.
If there is need for hydration, we recommend a conditioner, a deep hydration cream or a hair masque according to the user's hair type. We advise the application of these moisturizing products only on the hair strands.
Dandruff cannot be cured, it may reappear and therefore it is necessary to keep it under control with Octol antidandruff shampoo.
4. Is the treatment with Octol indicated for users with psoriasis?
Psoriasis is a skin disease, genetically determined and intermittent, caused by stress and also by bacterial contamination. It can be controlled, and the intervals between the reappearances can be increased by the supervision of a dermatologist who will evaluate the stage of the disease.