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Who should use Extina?

Extina foam is appropriate for people who have trouble controlling a condition called seborrheic dermatitis. This skin condition is better known as dandruff. This common problem may not require treatment if you only have an occasional flake or two on your collar. However, some people develop more serious cases of seborrheic dermatitis and can have flaky, scaly skin on their scalp, back, chest and elsewhere. If you're bothered by persistent dandruff, you may want to ask your doctor about Extina. This medication is indicated for people ages 12 and older.

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