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What Is Similar To T Gel?

Written by Suresh

True + Real Therapeutic Plus Tar Gel Dandruff Shampoo Advertised as a generic alternative to Neutrogena T-Gel, this coal tar shampoo comes in a bottle four times as large as the name-brand formula. Like Neutrogena T-Gel, True + Real contains 0.5 percent coal tar.

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Coal tar shampoo is available under the following different brand names: Neutrogena T/Gel Original, DHS Tar, Doak Tar, Ionil T Plus, PC-Tar, Pentrax, Polytar Shampoo, TeraGel, and Zetar.

Generally When should I stop using T gel? If skin irritation develops or worsens, stop using this product and tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly.

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

How many times a week should I use T gel shampoo?

Neutrogena T/Gel Therapeutic Shampoo should be used two to three times weekly for the treatment of scalp disorders. Treatment usually lasts for 6 weeks, after which time improvement should be seen. Longer periods of treatment should only take place under the supervision of a doctor.

Is Neutrogena T Gel discontinued?

Our T/Gel products have not been discontinued.

What is the best shampoo to get rid of psoriasis?

Below, you’ll find some of the best shampoos for scalp psoriasis:

  • 1 T/Gel Therapeutic Shampoo Extra Strength. Neutrogena.
  • 2 Psoriasis Medicated Shampoo + Conditioner. Dermarest.
  • 3 SAL Shampoo. DHS Sal Shampoo.
  • 4 5% Coal Tar Psoriasis Shampoo. PsoriaTrax.
  • 5 Clinical Strength Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatment. Head & Shoulders.

Is there a shortage of coal tar shampoo?

The coal tar-based shampoo is due to return to stock after a temporary supply issue. In March 2022 we received an enquiry regarding the availability of the coal tar treatment, Polytar Scalp Shampoo, after one of our members was told the product had been discontinued.

Do you need a prescription for coal tar shampoo?

Coal tar is used to treat eczema, psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, and other skin disorders. Some of these preparations are available only with your doctor’s prescription. This product is available in the following dosage forms: Shampoo.

Is coal tar cancerous?

Occupational exposure to coal tar or coal-tar pitch increases the risk of skin cancer. Other types of cancer, including lung, bladder, kidney, and digestive tract cancer, have also been linked to occupational exposure to coal tar and coal-tar pitch.

Where is T gel manufactured?

Made in Canada. Uses: Controls the symptoms of: dandruff; seborrheic dermatitis; psoriasis. Store away from direct sunlight. In rare instances, discoloration of gray, blonde, bleached or tinted hair may occur.

Is coal tar good for hair?

Coal tar is a thick dark liquid that works to cleanse and soothe the scalp to help it shed dead skin cells from its top layer to reduce scaling and dryness.

Does salicylic acid shampoo cause hair loss?

Hair loss. Salicylic acid does not treat hair loss directly. Instead, the medication may help decrease the urge to scratch and pick at an itchy scalp, which can decrease your risk for hair loss in the future.

What is the active ingredient in Neutrogena t/gel shampoo?

PRINCIPAL DISPLAY PANEL – 130 mL Bottle Carton

Active Ingredient/Active Moiety
Ingredient Name Basis of Strength Strength
COAL TAR (UNII: R533ESO2EC) (COAL TAR – UNII:R533ESO2EC) COAL TAR 5 mg in 1 mL

Does TGEL work for psoriasis?

Neutrogena T/Gel (for the skin) is used to treat the skin symptoms of psoriasis, including dryness, redness, flaking, scaling, and itching. Coal tar is not a cure for psoriasis, and it will provide only temporary relief of skin symptoms.

Can you use conditioner after T gel?

If you have dry hair, you can use NEUTROGENA® T/GEL® Therapeutic Conditioner or your regular conditioning product for added moisture. Remember, you can still use your favorite cosmetic shampoos and conditioners on non-treatment days.

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