Looking for ways to save on Head & Shoulders shampoo and conditioner? You’re in luck! There are plenty of ways to get discounts on your favourite haircare products. In this post, we’ll share some of the best methods for finding Head & Shoulders coupons. So whether you’re looking for an online coupon or a paper coupon, we’ve got you covered! Keep reading to learn more.

Head & Shoulders Coupons for Canada.

  • Save $1.00 on any 1 Head & Shoulders Supreme Product.

Excludes trial/travel size, value/gift/bonus packs.

Head & Shoulders Coupons are available in Print Format Only.

  • Print Coupons via SmartSource
  • Print Coupons via PG Brandsaver
  • Order Mail Coupons via zebracoupons

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    Head & Shoulders: Active Ingredient:

    Clinical Strength Head & Shoulders active ingredient is selenium sulphide 1%

    The active ingredient in other Head & shoulders is  Pyrithione Zinc 1%

    Inactive ingredients: water, sodium Laureth sulphate, sodium lauryl sulphate, Cocamide A, zinc carbonate, glycol, cetyl alcohol,  chloride, sodium benzoate, magnesium carbonate hydroxide,  benzyl alcohol, sodium chloride, methylchloroisothiazolinone, methylisothiazolinone,  and more

    Hair Loss

    Can this shampoo and conditioner of the Head & shoulders cause Hair Loss? Well, there is a conspiracy theory that perhaps the following ingredients, because it contains all three may cause a thinning issue: sodium Laureth sulphate, sodium lauryl sulphate, – but can’t find any science to prove this theory.  Also, others speculate that it is all the zinc in the shampoo that can also cause thinning and hair loss.

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    It’s been online that you can help your acne by washing your face or by using Head & Shoulders as a body wash to help clear up body acne.  It’s supposed to help those with oily skin conditions that seem to get the best results.  It makes your skin smooth and soft. Again, there is no scientific proof that it can help with acne, but several reports online have said it does help.