New Anti-Dandruff Shampoo with natural birch extract, panthenol, menthol, and octopirox 200 ml

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Dermatological shampoo with octopirox and birch extract is a specially developed product for caring for your hair and scalp. Octopirox, the active ingredient in this shampoo, helps control excessive sebum production and eliminates uncomfortable itching and dandruff on the scalp. Birch bark extract brings natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties to the shampoo, promoting scalp health.

This shampoo is suitable for daily use and is designed to cleanse the hair and scalp while providing protection against unwanted scalp issues. With regular use, you can achieve healthy, shiny hair and a soothed scalp.

Give your hair and scalp the best care with a dermatological shampoo containing octopirox and birch bark extract.

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Octopirox, whose chemical name is zinc pyrithione, is an active ingredient found in certain dermatological and cosmetic products, especially in shampoos and creams designed to treat scalp and hair issues. Its effects include: Antifungal effects: Octopirox can suppress the growth and multiplication of yeasts and fungi on the scalp, which can improve the condition of people suffering from dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis, conditions often associated with excessive yeast production. Antibacterial effects: Zinc pyrithione also possesses antibacterial properties that can help reduce the proliferation of bacteria on the scalp. This is particularly useful for individuals experiencing itching and inflammation associated with bacterial infections. Dandruff reduction: This ingredient helps limit dandruff formation on the scalp by regulating excessive sebum production and preventing flaking. Relief from itching: Octopirox can also assist in alleviating itching associated with skin conditions and scalp issues. Octopirox is considered a safe ingredient and is commonly used in a range of hair care and scalp products when used following recommended procedures and dosages. Betula pendula leaf extract is an extract from the leaves of the silver birch tree that has several mechanisms of action on the skin in cosmetic and dermatological products: Anti-inflammatory effects: This extract can help alleviate inflammatory conditions on the skin and reduce irritation. Antioxidant effects: It contains substances with antioxidant properties that protect the skin from free radicals and help maintain its youthful appearance. Skin moisturization: Silver birch leaf extract can contribute to skin hydration, improving its texture and elasticity. This extract is frequently used in cosmetic products aimed at rejuvenating and enhancing the skin and may be part of skincare and body care products.

The way to use

Apply a small amount of shampoo to wet hair. Massage and lather. Then rinse thoroughly. Repeat if necessary. For daily use. Suitable for all hair types.

Intended for

Intended for hair with excessive dandruff and quick greasing. Suitable for sensitive scalp. Contains natural birch leaf extract. Silicone-free.


Aqua – water Water is the most significant solvent for hydrophilic cosmetic substances. It possesses good cleansing abilities that improve when combined with alcohol and cleansing surfactants. It serves as a carrier for active ingredients in cosmetic products. Ordinary drinking water contains a considerable amount of salts, mainly calcium, magnesium, and iron, making it unsuitable for cosmetic use. Cosmetics are produced using hygienically safe and specially treated water. The most common types used are distilled, demineralized, or reverse osmosis-treated water. Cocamidopropyl Betaine Cocamidopropyl betaine belongs to ampholytic surfactants. It is a surface-active substance made from coconut oil. It is used in natural cosmetics and considered suitable for all skin types. It is commonly used in shampoos and hair conditioners as it reduces static electricity in hair. It enhances lather formation and the cleansing effect of anionic surfactants on the skin and hair, reducing their irritability while being gentle on the skin and not drying it out. Propylene Glycol – propylene glycol Propylene glycol is a bifunctional hydrophilic alcohol. It binds water to hydroxyl groups, preventing cosmetic products from drying out. Therefore, it is also known as a humectant. Additionally, it lowers the freezing point of water in cosmetic products. When added, water freezes at a temperature lower than 0 °C, commonly used in sports cosmetics or during winter months. It acts as an emollient in products, has antimicrobial effects, improves the solubility of many cosmetic substances. Cocamide DEA Cocamide DEA is a surface-active substance made from the fatty acids of coconut oil. It helps other substances dissolve in solvents in which they wouldn’t usually dissolve. It also serves as an emulsifier, aiding in the creation of emulsions by reducing the surface tension of substances. It stabilizes foam and increases the foaming ability of cosmetic products while thickening and enhancing their stability. Glycerin – glycerol Glycerol is a hydrophilic alcohol, a trihydric alcohol (1,2,3-propanetriol). It has three hydroxyl groups in its structure, allowing it to bind water effectively. It works as a hydrating agent and enhances the solubility of many cosmetic substances, aiding their faster absorption into the skin. This action softens and moisturizes the skin while helping to maintain its natural hydration at lower concentrations. Panthenol – D-panthenol Panthenol is a provitamin (precursor) of vitamin B5. It is more suitable for cosmetic use than vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid). It absorbs into the skin more efficiently than pantothenic acid, which is formed in the skin through oxidation. Only one isomer is effective – the D-form (D-panthenol). Cosmetic products containing D-panthenol can alleviate many issues caused by a lack of pantothenic acid in the skin. It accelerates the regeneration of the epidermal layer of the skin and helps repair damaged skin tissue. It has soothing and regenerative effects on the skin and is beneficial for dry and damaged hair as well. Hydrolized Keratin – hydrolyzed keratin Keratin is a component of our bodies. It is an insoluble elastic protein containing sulfur. Its three different forms create the surface of the skin, hair, and nails. The skin’s surface consists of so-called soft epidermal keratin. Additionally, there’s moderately firm hair keratin and hard nail keratin. These forms protect the inner layers of the hair or nail from various harmful substances. To strengthen the hair structure and fill damaged areas of the hair’s surface, modern cosmetic products contain hydrolyzed keratin. It is obtained through the hydrolysis of sheep’s wool. It is used for the intensive regeneration of damaged hair and smoothes the damaged structure of the hair fiber. It has softening, moisturizing, and smoothing effects. It also acts as an astringent and improves the condition of the skin and hair. Menthol – menthol Menthol is a terpene alcohol chemically. It is the most important component of the peppermint and spearmint essential oils. It has a pleasant aroma and provides a cooling, refreshing effect, soothing irritated skin, and reducing the sensation of itching. In higher concentrations, it creates a warming sensation on the skin. Therefore, it is used in stimulating and warming cosmetic products. Sodium Benzoate – sodium benzoate Sodium benzoate is a preservative, the sodium salt of benzoic acid, with broad antimicrobial effectiveness at pH 2–6. It is easily antifungal, protecting against fungi, molds, and yeasts. Sodium Laureth Sulfate – sodium laureth sulfate Sodium laureth sulfate is a surfactant, a cleansing agent, and a foaming agent. As a cleansing agent, it reduces the surface tension between impurities of different states and liquids. It envelops impurities, removes them from the cleaned surface (hair, skin), and flushes them away. As a foaming agent, it reduces the interfacial tension at the liquid-air interface, allowing a large number of small air bubbles to be retained in a small volume of liquid. It degreases hair and the scalp. Sodium laureth sulfate is produced from sodium lauryl sulfate, where 1–4 moles of ethylene oxide are added to the molecule through a chemical reaction. It is used in shampoos, bath foaming preparations, shaving, and depilatory foams in cosmetics. Phenoxyethanol – 2-Phenoxyethanol 2-Phenoxyethanol is a preservative that prevents the development of microorganisms in cosmetic products. Ethylhexylglycerin – Ethylhexylglycerin Ethylhexylglycerin is a glycerin derivative primarily used as a supporting preservative. It reduces the surface tension on the cell walls of microorganisms, leading to their faster degradation. Parfum – perfume The applied fragrance composition used in products to enhance consumer attractiveness. Linalool – linalool Linalool is a fragrance compound found in the used perfume. In individuals sensitive to scents, it may cause contact allergies. From a legislative perspective, it must be listed in the ingredient list.


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