Pyrithione Zinc

Last Update May 22, 2016
Pyrithione Zinc is a skin medication.
Uses: Pyrithione Zinc is approved for Dandruff and Seborrheic Dermatitis and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
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Last Update May 22, 2016
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Positive 60 "the Young Again Pyrithione Zinc Spray and its def working for me.My Seb Derm has slowly been getting worse (especially over winter) around my T Zone.It seems to have balanced things out... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 24 "I've tried salycic acid 3% and then products containing pyrithione zinc but nothing seems to work, any advice?"Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Pyrithione Zinc

What does Pyrithione Zinc treat?
Alcohol warning on Pyrithione Zinc
There may be a negative interaction between Pyrithione Zinc and alcohol.
How do I obtain Pyrithione Zinc?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Pyrithione Zinc?
Ointment
What dosages are available?
Cream: 0.2%, 0.25%
Shampoo: 1%, 2%
Aerosol: 0.2%
Bar: 2%
Liquid: 0.25%
Spray: 0.25%
Ingredients
Pyrithione Zinc
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