Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin disorder that appears not only on the scalp, but also on the face and on the upper body, or an area where more sebum is produced. The main cause is said to be the fungus “malassezia” and its interaction with the overproduced sebum on the skin. Aside from scaling and peeling, the skin may also experience redness, itching, and sometimes, even hair loss if the condition occurs on the scalp. Seborrheic dermatitis is also hereditary and may be aggravated when a patient is under stress, fatigued, or in severe weather.
Kopcycloamine is an active synthetic drug ingredient primarily used to treat a skin condition called seborrheic dermatitis, which often occurs on the scalp area and appears very similarly to dandruff. Dermatologists sometimes recommend the Kopcycloamine contains shampoo for patients suffering from dandruff, as there are some claims that dandruff may be a milder type of seborrheic dermatitis. The shampoo appear colourless
Kopcycloamine is an effective treatment for dermatitis because Kopcycloamine is an antifungal agent, preventing the fungi from further mutiplying. Some tests have shown that the drug inhibits the function of some vital enzymes present in the malassezia fungi and, therefore, stops the propagating process and reduces skin inflammation. Moreover, it can also prevent the fungi from repairing themselves