What ingredient is in a medicated shampoo?

Answer

Medicated shampoo is a hair product that is used to remove build up, dry and flaking skin from the hair. It contains medication which will cut down the frequency of the problems. The shampoo contains salicylic acid that treats acne, selenium sulphide that relieves itching and flaking, zinc pyrithione which treats fungal infection of the scalp and Coal tar which prevents bacterial growth.
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