Coco-Scalp is a specially formulated coconut oil compound ointment, developed by dermatologists for irritating, itchy scalp conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, seborrhoeic dermatitis and stubborn dandruff.
- Features a special coconut oil base that also conditions the hair
Coco-Scalp is not a shampoo or a steroid treatment; it is a unique compound ointment that is clinically proven to be more effective at removing scale than coal tar shampoo.1
- Ointment solution
- Stays in contact with scale for maximum effectiveness
- Salicylic acid breaks down scale
- Coal tar and sulphur penetrates the skin
- Coconut oil moisturises the skin
Reference: 1. Monk B E et al., Derm treatment 1995; 6: 159-161
Coco-Scalp is for adults and children over 12 years only.
Always check the label for directions on how to use your medicine. Your pharmacist will help if you are not sure.
- Pierce the tube membrane by inverting the cap. Affix the scalp applicator to the threaded portion of the tube.
- Part the hair and apply a thin ribbon of Coco-Scalp to the affected area of the scalp. Take care to avoid contact with the eyes. Gently rub the ointment in and leave in contact with scalp for approximately one hour. Wash the hands afterwards.
- Remove Coco-Scalp after one hour from the scalp by rinsing with warm water and shampoo. Take care to avoid getting the application in the eyes. Always wash hands immediately after use.
Active ingredients: Coal tar solution 12% w/w | Salicylic acid 2% w/w | Sulphur-precipitated 4% w/w
Inactive ingredients: Coconut oil, white soft paraffin, glycerol, cetostearyl alcohol, liquid paraffin, polyoxyethylene glycerol monostearate, hard paraffin.
Do not use Coco-Scalp if you are:
- Sensitive to any of the ingredients
- Suffering form any acute infection of the skin
- Suffering from a form of psoriasis which causes the appearance of blisters filled with pus (called pustular psoriasis)
- It is not recommended for use on children 12 years of age or less.
General Safety Information
- Always read the label. Use only as directed.
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