Dermikelp® Itch Relief Shampoo is clinically proven to reduce inflammation of the scalp and relieve the itch associated with seborrhoeic dermatitis, dandruff and other irritated scalp conditions. Dermikelp® Itch Relief Shampoo has been dermatologically tested and can be used daily to improve the appearance and condition of the hair and scalp. It is free of cortisone, coal tar and parabens, and is suitable for all ages.
- Assists with the symptoms associated with a dry, itchy or irritated scalp
- Suitable for daily use
- Suitable for all ages
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Wet hair, apply Dermikelp® Itch Relief Shampoo and gently massage into the scalp. Rinse and repeat as required.
Dermikelp® products contain CEM-K, a 100% natural active ingredient (Ecklonia maxima), unique to Dermikelp® and clinically proven to be highly effective in relieving redness, dryness and itchiness of the skin1.
Ecklonia maxima is a species of sea kelp found around the Cape coast of South Africa. The kelp is sustainably harvested by hand and put through our patented manufacturing process to yield a natural active ingredient. CEM-K is rich in phlorotannins and fucoidans which have proven anti-inflammatory properties2.
Each ml contains 135 mg of Ecklonia maxima (Sea Kelp). Water (aqua), sodium laureth sulphate, cocamide DEA, sodium benzoate, polyquartenium 10, potassium sorbate, parfum, polysorbate 20, triethanolamine 99%, gluconolactone, caprylyl glycol and phenoxyethanol, acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer and citric acid.
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Always consult your pharmacist or doctor if symptoms persist.
These unregistered medicines have not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for their quality, safety or intended use. References: 1. Preliminary evaluation of the soothing power of two cosmetic products through a clinical-instrumental test. DKQ-F-003 and DKQ-F-007-Report No: 1201L19F. November 2012. Data on file. 2. Mwangi HM, Van Der Westhuizen J, Marnewick J, Mabusela WT, Mwadham MK and Ebenso EE. Isolation, identification and radical scavenging activity of phlorotannin derivatives from brown algae, Ecklonia maxima: An experimental and theoretical study. Free Radicals and Antioxidants 3 (2013) S1-S10.