Promiseb now available as Scalp Wash

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The nonsteroidal prescription Promiseb is now available as a Scalp Wash.

Available only as part of `Promiseb Complete’, Promiseb Plus Scalp Wash is said to have “earned favorable ratings from patients for Helping with the appearance of dandruff and scalp redness”

What is Promiseb?

Promiseb Cream is a FDA-cleared medical device and has no active ingredient. However, Promiseb Cream has demonstrated both anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties. See Promised Ingredients for the full listing of the non-active ingredients.

The promotional material says of the combination of the cream and wash;

Promiseb Complete provides both a cream, Promiseb Topical Cream, and a scalp wash, Promiseb Plus Scalp Wash, in one convenient package.

You can use Promiseb Plus Scalp Wash not only on your scalp but also on any hairy body areas. Gentle massaging after Promiseb Plus Scalp Wash is applied will help stimulate the scalp and wash away flakes.

So with Promiseb Complete, you have a complete regimen for the whole body.

Savings Coupon

Promiseb Complete has a coupon available that is offering $0 co-pay first use and $20 for 5 refills.

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3 Reader Comments

  1. Johnabetts says:

    No active ingredient? “Promiseb Cream is a FDA-cleared medical device and has no active ingredient.”

    I can clearly see active ingredients in the list given on the link:

    “Purified Water, Isohexadecane, Butyrospermum parkii, Pentylene glycol, Ethylhexyl palmitate, Cera alba, PEG-30 Dipolyhydroxystearate, Bisabolol, Polyglyceryl-6 polyricinoleate, Tocopheryl acetate, Hydrogenated castor oil, Acifructol complex, Butylene glycol, Magnesium sulfate, Piroctone olamine, Allantoin, Magnesium stearate, Disodium EDTA, Vitis vinifera, Ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate, Glycyrrhetinic acid, Propyl gallate, and Telmesteine.”

    From the list Bisabolol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Piroctone Olamine, Allantoin Glycyrrhetinic acid and Telmesteine can all be classified as pharmaceutically active. Acifructol complex is a mixture of hydroxy acids with claimed exfoliating properties

  2. Those ingredients must not be considered `pharmacologically active’ according to some FDA rules.

    How do “Bisabolol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Piroctone Olamine, Allantoin Glycyrrhetinic acid and Telmesteine” get classified as active ? Do you know what the rule is ?

    thanks.

  3. Deb says:

    I wish you all with talk in plain woman’s terms 🙁 I don’t understand half of what you are saying …

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