Dandruff shampoo with your hair in mind.
Finally, a prescription dandruff shampoo that leaves hair silky, shiny, and feeling fresh.
Natural tea tree oil
Exfoliates and conditions
Custom sleek packaging
Treatments start at $13/month
(shipped and billed quarterly)Start online visit
Disclaimer: The information provided on this page is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any questions or concerns about your health, please talk to a healthcare provider.
Dandruff shampoo, redesigned.
Custom blended with ingredients that control flaking, scaling, and itching. Expect flake-free hair that’s soft, clean, and smells seriously good.
- Thoughtfully added calcium pantothenate (B5) that’s commonly used in shampoos to help lock in moisture
- Built with ingredients that fight fungus, remove scaly skin, and loosen flakes associated with dandruff
- Topped off with tea tree and peppermint oil which provides a I-can’t-believe-this-is-dandruff-shampoo smell
Why Rory dandruff shampoo?
Prescription shampoos can leave your hair feeling dry and smelling like, well, prescription shampoo. And if you’re experiencing severe dandruff, you may have tried over-the-counter options that didn’t work for you. Finally, you can get access to prescription-strength dandruff shampoo that’s gentle on your hair and smells fresh without a trip to the doctor.
Free 2-day shipping
Convenient quarterly shipments
How Rory works
1. Online visit
Share your symptoms and medical history with a U.S.-licensed physician for evaluation.
2. Free and discreet deliveries.
If prescribed, your treatment will arrive straight to your front door with free 2-day shipping.
3. Ongoing care
Send your doctor a message any time to discuss updating your treatment, address side effects, or answer other treatment-related questions or concerns.
How does dandruff treatment with Ro work?
We use telemedicine technology to connect you with a U.S. licensed doctor to provide dandruff treatment conveniently and affordably.
It starts with your online doctor visit. Your doctor needs to know about your general health and how dandruff affects you.
They also need an unedited photo of you and your ID (that shows your picture and birthdate) so they know who they will be helping. A photo is also helpful to confirm the diagnosis. They review everything, determine if you’re a candidate for telemedicine and if treatment is right for you, and if so, they will send you a personalized treatment plan.
Their treatment plan will include information about dandruff. It is important that you take the time to read it all to be informed and better prepared to manage your condition.
If you qualify, your doctor will prescribe the right course of treatment to help you take control of your dandruff.
What do you prescribe for dandruff on Ro?
If appropriate, a Ro-affiliated physician will prescribe a blended shampoo containing ciclopirox as its main active ingredient. Ciclopirox is an antifungal agent and one of the most effective ingredients for clearing dandruff, according to high quality scientific evidence. For information on safety and side effect, please see Important Safety Information.
What is in the prescription dandruff treatment?
The prescription dandruff shampoo that may be prescribed to you can be made with ingredients hand selected by our board-certified dermatologist. These ingredients may include ciclopirox, zinc pyrithione, salicylic acid, tea tree and peppermint oil, glycerin, calcium pantothenate (vitamin B5), and a shampoo base. There will not be any parabens, sulfates, phosphates, or dyes in your shampoo.
When will I start to see improvement in my dandruff?
When used as directed, many people start seeing improvement in symptoms (dandruff flakes and itching) after just a few uses (1-2 weeks) with ciclopirox shampoos, and others might see improvement within 2-4 weeks. If you don’t think the treatment is working, you can reach out to your Ro-affiliated doctor at any time to talk about your treatment plan.
What should I do if the dandruff treatment isn’t working?
Sometimes scalp flakes are caused by an underlying skin condition other than simple dandruff, so if you don’t think the treatment is adequately treating your symptoms, contact your Ro-affiliated doctor at any time to discuss your treatment plan.