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Everything rejuvenates in the spring naturally. The weather is often considered ideal to improve the condition of your hair as well. That is mainly because you will not have to fear cold winds that cause dry hair or all that frizz when you get out of a warm shower.  It is a perfect time to nourish your hair follicles and strands and give your hair health a quick boost. Moreover, hot showers, central heating, etc. are the primary reasons you have damaged hair, but you cannot survive winter without them....

Sleep deprivation is a type of stress and stress is a well-known killer of hair health. Stress, whether physical or mental, such as in the form of physical trauma, a car accident, surgery, pregnancy or childbirth, or a serious illness, the cold, or even lack of sleep can lead to temporary hair loss. This can promote a kind of hair loss known as telogen effluvium. Your hair has a preset life cycle: a growing phase, rest phase, and falling phase. When you go through a very traumatic instance, it can...

Gone are the days when hair dying was only a means of covering the unavoidable graying of the hair. Nowadays, artificial hair coloring has become a trend, both among the young and old, men and women alike. The process is essentially a cosmetic one, done to combat gray hair, revitalize color after a hairdressing procedure like bleaching, or experiment with a brand-new color to make a fashion statement. Hair coloring is no longer a process that is solely undertaken at luxury salons since a lot of people have become expert...

Our scalp is like a field. Whatever good stuff we put "underground" shows up on the surface. And like any field, our scalp also follows a certain hair growth cycle that involves different stages: growth, rest, shedding. Shedding is a completely natural process that everyone goes through, but when it gets out of control, that's when you should start to worry. But before you do so, it is important to know how much shedding is actually considered "normal"? How Much Hair Loss is Normal? On average, the majority of people...

Just like your skin, your hair is also affected by the kind of foods you consume. Think about your hair growth as a garden. How well it grows is totally reliant on what is happening “underground”. Similar to a field, a normal hair cycle results in a product, which is basically your hair. If you are consuming nutrient-dense foods and are following a balanced diet that comprises of complex carbohydrates, protein, irons, minerals, and vitamins then you will be soon on your way to seeing positive results. However, if your...

Unlocking hair secrets that actually work for you is the equivalent to discovering the eighth new wonder of the world. Thanks to the beautiful diversity that genetics has to offer, we are all born with different hair textures and types. If you are someone who is not so much blessed in the hair department as your friends, don't feel bad. Because even though genetics play a key role in determining the quality of our hair, our lifestyle habits also greatly impact our hair health. There's more to rocking a luscious...

Do you ever find yourself constantly scratching your head due to an itchy scalp? You are not alone. A lot of people suffer from dandruff, which can be pretty uncomfortable and even embarrassing in public. Your scalp becomes dry when the hair roots are not sufficiently lubricated by the oil or sebum, which is secreted by sebaceous glands at the base of a hair. The sebum imparts the hair and adds characteristic shine and luster. In case of sebum deficiency, the scalp and hair become dry. Common reasons associated with...

One of women's major concerns after their weight is their hair. And even though in the past, the issue was as insignificant as managing a bad hair day, at present day, the scenario is rather different. Due to extreme environmental changes and lifestyle, hair loss has become practically inevitable. Be it stress or pollution, one swish of the hand through the hair and you are left with a few clustered-up strands in your fingers. The truth is that stress is the root cause of numerous problems in our body. Various...

The average adult scalp contains around 100,000 hair follicles, 100 of which are lost every day and will grow back in 5 to 6 weeks. Though there are various causes of hair loss, such as age, genetics, and a poor diet, stress seems to be one of the most common ones. Minor stressful instances like losing your car keys or showing up late for work do not cause hair loss. Instead, major stressful events, like going through a divorce or having recently lost someone you loved dearly can lead to...

The issue of dry scalp is a common one, especially during winters. While some experience mild to moderate dry scalp from time to time, for others it is a never-ending problem. Your scalp becomes dry when the hair roots don't get sufficient lubrication from the oil or sebum, which is secreted by sebaceous glands at the base of a hair. The sebum imparts the hair and adds characteristic shine and luster. In case of sebum deficiency, the scalp and hair become dry. Some reasons why your hair might lose its...