Ketomac shampoo has Ketoconazole as its main ingredient, which is beneficial against dandruff and other scalp conditions. Doctors recommend this shampoo if you have acute dandruff problems, which can lead to hair fall. Dandruff turns your scalp dry and compels you to scratch it and eliminate itchiness, and scratching can loosen the roots, resulting in hair fall. Therefore, you need the right product for better hair care.
Ketoconazole in the Ketomac shampoo kills fungus called Malassezia, which occurs naturally on the skin. The more dandruff on your skin, your scalp will likely get Malassezia. Ketomac shampoo interferes with synthesizing ergosterol (a vital component of fungal cell membranes) to weaken it. The weakened cell membrane allows the contents of the fungal cell to leak out, resulting in its death.
Ketomac shampoo is used to kick away dandruff on your scalp, bringing flaking, scaling, and itching.
Wet your hair and scalp thoroughly, apply a small amount of Ketomac shampoo using your fingers, and massage to form a lather. Leave it for 5 to 10 minutes, then rinse your scalp thoroughly.
You can use it twice a week and continue it for four weeks. If your scalp’s condition improves, you can reduce the usage to once a week, and it can ward off the recurrence of dandruff on your scalp.
Use Ketomac shampoo if you have the following hair conditions:
Storage – Store in a cool, dark, and dry place and protect from direct sunlight.
Shelf Life – 3 years
The shampoo may irritate the mucous membranes of the eyes, so you must avoid contact with the eyes. If the shampoo gets into your eyes, rinse gently with clean water. If the shampoo reacts adversely, you should discontinue the use of this shampoo or consult a physician.
Side effects may occur in some people due to the use of Ketomac Shampoo. These are usually mild and do not affect everyone using the product.
1) Burning Sensation
2) Contact Dermatitis
3) Dry Hair
The effect is observed after one or two hours of use.
On average, the effect of the shampoo lasts for about eight hours.
It shouldn’t be used during pregnancy unless it is extremely needed. Speak to your doctor about the potential benefits and risks before using it.