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Keralyt 5 Shampoo

From $22.50
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For treatment of Psoriasis

Relieves scaling and roughness for healthier looking scalp. More

Size 177 mL


Keralyt®5 Shampoo is a unique non-prescription Beta Hydroxy Acid exfoliating Shampoo (5% salicylic acid) specifically formulated to help exfoliate scales revealing a smoother scalp. Use alone or with concentrated Keralyt®5 Gel as a full scalp clearing program. Applicator tip allows application directly to affected areas BEFORE bathing for a concentrated scalp treatment.


To use shampoo as a scalp treatment:

Use before bathing. Do not wet hair. Apply Keralyt 5 Shampoo with the applicator directly to affected areas of the scalp. Leave on for 5 minutes, gradually increasing the treatment time up to 1 hour, or as directed by your doctor. After treatment, rinse thoroughly with water. Wash your hands after each use. You may use a non-medicated shampoo after using Keralyt 5 Shampoo, if desired.

To use shampoo as a medicated shampoo:

Wet hair, apply Keralyt 5 Shampoo with the applicator directly to scalp, and massage vigorously for several minutes. Rinse thoroughly. Be sure to wash your hands after each use. Use Keralyt 5 Shampoo daily until the condition clears, or as directed by your doctor.


Purified water, ammonium lauryl sulfosuccinate, cocamidopropyl betaine, salicylic acid, hexylene glycol, linoleamidopropyl PG-dimonium chloride phosphate, polyquaternium-22, propylene glycol, sodium C14-16 oldefin sulfonate, sodium citrate, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, tetrasodium EDTA, tocopherol acetate and fragrance.

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  1. Dave from Florida

    Used the Keralyt5 gel and shampoo for three months – not covered by TRICARE. Product minimized but could not eliminate the psoriasis patches (scabs) that presented in various locations on my scalp. Final solution was three overnight applications of Derma-Smoothe/FS which, for the first time in two years, cleared my scalp. Unfortunately, some of the scabs returned a few weeks later requiring another series of treatments. Appears that I will live with this skin disease for the rest of my life 🙁