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    I see, thank you for your answer.

    Do you think one can use it only as a one-per-day leave on tonic? Or is a shampoo+conditioner a must?

    My weight is 160 pounds so 0.07 % of climbazole would be ideal.

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    I personally think if you'll be using a leave-on tonic on the scalp then an antifungal shampoo might be a tad redundant. You could just use a regular shampoo to cleanse the scalp and prep it for the tonic. A leave-on topical is always going to be more effective than a wash-off of a similar concentration, anyway, for the simple fact that contact time is significantly greater.

    Alternatively, if you still want to use an antifungal shampoo, you could always opt for one that uses an agent other than climbazole, such as ciclopirox olamine or ketoconazole. Climbazole isn't the only option, so it seems unnecessary to double up on it.
    Last edited by sejon; 18th April 2017 at 03:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sejon View Post
    I personally think if you'll be using a leave-on tonic on the scalp then an antifungal shampoo might be a tad redundant. You could just use a regular shampoo to cleanse the scalp and prep it for the tonic. A leave-on topical is always going to be more effective than a wash-off of a similar concentration, anyway, for the simple fact that contact time is significantly greater.

    Alternatively, if you still want to use an antifungal shampoo, you could always opt for one that uses an agent other than climbazole, such as ciclopirox olamine or ketoconazole. Climbazole isn't the only option, so it seems unnecessary to double up on it.
    Thank you. I was using the Selsun blue earlier but the seborrheic on my face got much worse, but I've heard that this might be one step in the process?

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