Does your hair feel dry, thin, limp or flaky? Learn reasons for what is stopping your hair from being smooth, shiny, strong and thick, the way it is naturally meant to be.
Loss of moisture and oil makes your hair dry and dull. Dry and dull hair offer less protection against the environment and appears unattractive to others. Scalps with naturally rough hair produce less oil than normal hair. Hair becomes dull and dry with age and external factors and lifestyle choices, including:
Fine and limp hair is the opposite of dull and dry hair. It has too much oil content, losing bounce. Fine and limp hair is more delicate making it important to build its strength with a good hair care regimen. In addition to ageing, fine and limp hair
Further reasons for fine hair, lacking body.
Excessive styling leads to fragile and damaged hair. Heat treatments with blow dryers, tongs, rollers and straighteners will slowly erode hair's structure and leave prone to breakage.
Excessive shedding of skin on your scalp leads to flakes. When excessive shedding is accompanied by excessive oil, these flakes clog up the hair follicles. This excessive shedding could be because of some microorganisms on the scalp or because of internal health. Dandruff appears in any age group and in men and women due to many reasons, including:
Ageing creates changes in hormonal balance and the number of active follicles reduce in both women and men leading to loss of thickness and density. Further, our body's ability to supply nutrients to hair follicles reduces over time, making it difficult to retain thick and soft hair.
Further reasons for ageing, fragile or thinning hair are:
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