What is Climbazole?

Climbazole is a topical antifungal agent commonly used in the treatment of human fungal skin infections such as dandruff Its chemical structure and properties are similar to other fungicides such as ketoconazole and miconazole.

It is most commonly found as an active ingredient in OTC anti-dandruff and anti-fungal products, including shampoos, lotions and conditioners. It may be accompanied by other active ingredients such as zinc pyrithione or triclosan.

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I have itchy smelly flaky dandruff, what do i do??

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Thanks for the query.
Itchy scalp is known as seborrhea.
I treat such cases with a mild steroid...

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Hi Doctor
myself XXXX have problem of sticky dandruff,dry hair,tangled hair,hair loss
can you suggest any good product or any home care remedy

doctor1 MD

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D' free (Piroctone, climbazole combination) is effective

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Hello sushmitha. Thank you for writing to us

Dandruff is a...

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Hello doctor ,
My daughter 3 years has itching on the scalp .I just checked her scalp seems like she has dandruff .how do we get rid of the...

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Antidandruff shampoo

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I have gone through your query and I have noted your...

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