Neutrogena T/Gel® Therapeutic Hair Care is a line of dermatologist-recommended shampoos formulated to treat
itchy, flaky scalp, caused by conditions ranging from mild dandruff to seborrheic dermatitis. Gentle and
pleasant to use, T/Gel® products leave hair shiny and manageable and relieve itching for hours after rinsing.
The complete T/Gel® line offers different active ingredients and benefits to treat of all kinds of scalp
T/Gel® products use a range of active ingredients and approaches to control scalp symptoms:
There are three varying scalp conditions related to hyperkeratosis (dandruff formation):
- Dandruff symptoms typically include itching, flaking, and dryness of the scalp.
- Seborrheic dermatitis symptoms include reddened, irritated skin, increased flaking, and larger flake size. The scalp may be oily, causing flakes to have a yellowish tinge. Commonly affected areas may include the scalp and eyebrows.
- Psoriasis symptoms include inflammation and the buildup of powdery, large, silvery plaques on the skin's surface, especially on the knees, elbows, and scalp. The severity of scalp psoriasis can vary from slight scaling to thick, crusted plaques.
T/Gel® Neutar® Technology:
Helps control itching & flaking caused by dandruff.
Treats Severe Symptoms
Aids in managing the symptoms of scalp psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis.
FDA approved ingredient for treating dandruff, scalp psoriasis & seborrheic dermatitis.
T/Gel® Is More Effective
More subjects agree that T/Gel® is more effective than the
leading dandruff shampoo at helping eliminate flakes immediately,
preventing new flakes from forming, eliminating stubborn dandruff,
and soothing scalp discomfort.
T/Gel® Works From The First Use
Clinical subjects agree - T/Gel® is effective after the first use!
T/Gel® Provides Up To 7 Days Of Dandruff Freedom
Even after 4 weeks, using T/Gel® once per week is as effective as
using the leading dandruff shampoo twice per week. T/Gel® once per
week gives you freedom to use your favorite shampoo more often.
Dandruff affects about 50 million people in the U.S.
Stress and certain health problems-such as heart disease or a
compromised immune system-have been found to worsen outbreaks
of seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis.
Dandruff cannot be cured - but it can be controlled.
Dandruff does not cause baldness.
1 out of 5 people suffer from scalp flaking.
Weather doesn't cause dandruff, but it may make it more obvious.
Drier air can reduce the amount of oil on the scalp, which may keep
flakes from sticking. Due to increased shedding, the flakes become
more visible throughout the hair.
Dandruff is attacking and your only defense is to blast it away using T/Gel®. Use T/Gel® Technology to do extra damage against stubborn dandruff. Good luck!