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T+PLUS generic does the best job on my itchy scalp.


from Los Angeles, CA

Comments about Walgreens Therapeutic T+PLUS Shampoo:

     **Walgreens Maximum Strength Therapeutic T+PLUS Salicylic Acid Shampoo** is ***the best yet*** for my flimsy hair and drives-me-nuts, itchy scalp,        Like *The Flying Dutchman*, I'm a sailor forever in search of a port.  *Neutrogena T/Sal* shampoo was the closest I'd come to a calm place until... I tried **Walgreens T+PLUS**, the generic equivalent to *T/Sal*.  [Neutrogena-T-Sal-Shampoo-Scalp-Build-Up-Control-4-5-oz-review-516d2  ][1]      The primary ingredient in both shampoos -- 3% Salicylic Acid -- claims kinship with the plant that yields aspirin.  Apparently I respond to this non-inflammatory substance inside *and* out!     Something in the non-active ingredients, however, must make **T+PLUS** the better shampoo for *my* particular *sebhorreic dermatitis*.  Unfortunately, *Neutrogena *doesn't disclose its inactive ingredients.  **Therapeutic T+PLUS** does.  Here's a list. ****T+PLUS***** Inactive Ingredients:** Cocamidopropylamine oxide, cocamidopropyl betaine, Hexylene glycol, linoleamidopropyl PG-dimonium chloride phosphate, polyquaternium-22, purified water, sodium C14-16, olefin sulfonate, sodium citrate.*      How do you decide between **Walgreen's** and *Neutrogena*'s salicyclic shampoos?  *T/Sal* acts like a conditioner in my fine hair.  Volume is reduced from the moment I rinse.  My hair is awfully soft, but has a nice shine when dry.     **T+PLUS**, on the other hand, leaves me with more body (yay!) from the moment I rinse.  **T+PLUS **holds a set better and my hair lasts longer in between shampoos.  People with lots of hair and/or curl might find totally different results. ***     Please note:*** Both shampoos require a wait time of several minutes after each sudsing up.  Stopping the itch is no small deal.  (I usually wait 4-5 minutes each time.)  On the plus side, it's comforting to know that **Walgreen's Therapeutic Shampoo** is *fragrance free, color-free, dye-free, and preservative-free.  *     Finally, there's the matter of price.  **Walgreen's Therapeutic T+PLUS Shampoo** costs about fifty-cents more than *T/Sal*.  The bottle of **T+PLUS** weighs 16 fl oz, however, while *Neutrogena'*s product weighs only 4.5 fl oz.    If you're flaky, crusty and/or itchy, you may want to try this ***soon***. ****

[1]: http://www.viewpoints.com/Neutrogena-T-Sal-Shampoo-Scalp-Build-Up-Control-4-5-oz-review-516d2

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