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Cold-Weather Headgear: Protection or Harm?

December 27, 2009 on 7:28 pm | In regrow hair | 1 Comment

Winter caps and hair lossHow do cold-weather caps affect our hair in winter? Do they really protect it or, on the contrary, bring harm? Do we have to wear headgear or go bareheaded to keep our hair healthy? Well, there’s no unambiguous answer to this question.

Because of cold weather blood vessels of the scalp get narrowed, and, therefore, blood circulation gets poor and access of nutrients is limited. As a result, hair gets weakened and begins to fall out. The problem of splitting ends has the same origin. From this point of view wearing caps in winter is necessary to protect your scalp and hair from the harmful effect of cold.

But on the other hand, warm caps can bring to our hair and scalp as well. Artificial fibers of some caps create a steam bath effect for the head, what leads to the condition when hair gets greasy pretty quickly and begins to electrify considerably. Such caps doesn’t let the necessary amount of oxygen in and slow down blood circulation. Thus, pores may get clogged and dandruff may also appear. Therefore, always put on winter caps that are made of natural fabrics, since they provide the right heat transfer between the external environment and the scalp.

Yes, and don’t forget to put off your warm cap at once when entering a heated room. This will protect the roots of your hair from overheating.

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Prevent Your Head From Snowing In Winter

December 19, 2009 on 3:05 pm | In regrow hair | No Comments

Dandruff in winterIt’s snowing in the streets and your head is also snowing. What? Head snowing? Yes, it turns out that dandruff appears on many many heads in winter. So when you come home you have to shake off not only snowflakes from your clothes but also those ?snowflakes’ from your head and shoulders. You can easily get rid of the former, but the latter can become a real long-lasting problem. But don’t make your winter invigorating mood evaporate instantly. There are a few simple tips that will help you through.

There are two main types of dandruff, or seborrhea: dry and oily. Dry dandruff appears in case when adhesion between cells on the scalp is disrupted. Fortunately, it does not cause hair loss, but, still, it always brings sense of discomfort. This type of dandruff looks like white pollen.

So, what are possible treatments of dry seborrhea in winter? First of all, always use a gentle non-aggressive shampoo that does not irritate your scalp. Castor and burdock oils are also recommended. They nourish your hair with vitamins and restore the integrity of scalp cells. Combine it with steam bath to reach better results. Rub warm oil into hair roots, wrap your hear with a heated wet towel and keep it for 1-2 hours.

Oily dandruff occurs because of increased activity of sebaceous glands. This type is much bigger in size than the dry one. What’s even worse, it can trigger hair loss. That makes its instant treatment more important.

Use shampoo with extracts of beggar-ticks, burdock, calendula, foalfoot, sweet flag. Add a few drops of tea to shampoo to increase antibacterial effect.

Folk medicine can be aloes of great help in treating both types of seborrhea in winter. Decoction of lemon peels has proved to be very effective (3-4 lemons per 1 liter of water). Calendula, chamomile, and clary sage tea brings also great results (2-3 tablespoons per 1 liter of water).

I hope these tips will help you prevent your head from snowing in snowy winter.

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Tips to deal with greasy hair

November 3, 2009 on 12:44 pm | In regrow hair | No Comments

People have greasy hair because of hypersensitivity of sebaceous glands to some hormones. This is a sad fact and you can’t change it. What’s make it even worse is that greasy hair often go hand in hand with hair loss. However, there are some hair care products and methods of treatment that can help to cope with the problem.

Tip 1: Relax your scalp

If the scalp produces too much grease, this happens because of congenital hypersensitivity of sebaceous glands to the hormone testosterone. This sensitivity is more pronounced during puberty. Cosmetics and other hair care treatments can’t significantly change this situation. However, you can prevent further irritation of sebaceous glands that can occur, for example, because of frequent brushing or because of a hot air dryer. It is also advisable not to use too hot water for hair washing and consider whether your shampoo really suits your hair and scalp well. Light massage produces a calming and relaxing effect. There are a lot of relaxing hair care treatments, which can be rubbed into the head-skin and left for some minutes before washing. They will help to relax your scalp and prevent dandruff.

Tip 2: Wash your hair daily, but do it correctly

Daily washing with a mild shampoo will not allow fat on your scalp to be distributed on your hair. It is best of all to use a shampoo for normal hair, as it contains active cleaning substances, which are rather soft and safe for everyday use. It will help you to keep your head always clean without damaging your hair and irritating the head-skin. Shampoos for oily hair contain stronger active detergents. Use these shampoos only in cases when your hair is very greasy, dirty and stuck.

Tip 3: Dry your hair in the fresh air

A haircut that requires no hair dryer or other hairstyling means of the kind would be ideal. First of all, it saves time; Second of all, it will help you to spare the scalp and ends of hair. Dry your hair in the fresh air. If drying takes too much time, you can use a cone hairdryer. Push your head forward, and pull your hair at the roots with your fingers while drying. This will give it some extra volume.

Tip 4: Apply shampoo only to the roots

Washing the roots of hair alone is a good solution for greasy and oily hair, especially if you have damaged hair ends. To do this you need a bottle with a spout-syringe. Mix one part of shampoo for greasy hair and four parts of warm water. Apply this mixture directly to the roots of hair with the use of the syringe. Foam it and then rinse immediately. Some foam that gets on your hair while rinsing is enough to make it clean in this particular case.

Tip 5: Don’t keep you hair flat

All hair styles that don’t make your hair lie flat on your head are good enough. They include light back combing or using some forming spray at the roots while keeping your head bent. If you want to use a hairdryer to add some fixity, always check whether the flow of hot air doesn’t affect the scalp and irritate sebaceous glands. A foam fixer is also recommended.

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Herbs and Health of Our Hair

October 22, 2009 on 11:33 am | In regrow hair | 2 Comments

Nowadays more and more of us turn closer to nature: we start eating more natural food, we use cosmetics and treatments made of herbs and resort to natural ways to keep healthy. Our hair deserves a special attention in this respect.

Artificial shampoos, conditioners, rinses and dyes are often “blamed” for causing dandruff, irritation and excessive dryness of hair and head-skin. They often deprive the scalp of natural fats and proteins and can lead even to hair loss. But natural products don’t usually have such side effects. Herbal hair treatments are valued for their effectiveness, purity and safety.

In ancient times women used dyes and rinses made of herbs. They also used herbal creams and masks for skin care. And today more and more women, realizing the true value of gifts of nature, start using them intensively with a strong hope that they can bring back beauty, strength and health to their skin and hair.

As a result, herbs are widely used to make dull and slipping hair strong and shining, to dye gray thread of hair, saturate hair and make it look natural.

For example, rinsing your hair with chamomile tea will add a golden tint to it, while Chinese tea (Camelia sinensis) will make your hair darker.

Such dyes as walnut, indigo, and henna have been used by women since ancient times.

Shells of walnut dye your hair in a beautiful brown color. Indigo dyes hair in blue. The mixture of henna and indigo – the so-called “Persian color” ? was quite popular in the ancient East. Color saturation in this mixture depends on proportions in which these components are taken. For good results put it thoroughly on your hair and keep it for several hours.

Henna is a Persian name for a small bush. Paste made of well-milled henna leaves is considered to be one of the oldest cosmetics. In India and Egypt women widely used henna to paint their nails, as well as to adorn their arms and legs with complex patterns of reddish-orange color. And in our times henna is one of the most popular means to dye hair, beards and manes of horses. Cosmetologists often use henna to get a rich flame-red or fiery-copper colors and tints, or simply to revitalize hair color. Henna mixed with coffee dyes hair in a saturated brown color.

If you dye gray hair with henna, you will get a carrot-red color as a result, what really pleases many aging women. Henna also adds an auburn tint to brown hair. Henna is usually applied to the clean, just-washed hair when it’s still wet and is kept for about one hour.

There are a number of other effective herbal hair treatments that we’ll talk about next time. Keep up with this blog. And always remember that your hair is a crown on your head and it deserves the best.

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Taking Care of Dandruff and Seborrhea

March 31, 2009 on 1:09 pm | In regrow hair | 3 Comments

A person with perfect hair is very rare. So when we speak about healthy hair we often mean hair that looks pretty good and when there are no obvious problems with it. But quite often hair problems go beyond all reasonable borders it’s high time to consider proper hair care right off the bat. Dandruff is one of the main problems of this kind.

At present one of the main causes why dandruff appears on the scalp is the so called causal fungus. Spores of this fungus are always present on the head-skin. And under certain conditions the fungus turns active and starts its extensive propagation. Among the causes are: stress, weakened immune system, unhealthy food, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, hormonal shifts. The cycle of scalp cell development changes significantly: instead of a month it reduced in time to one week.

As a result, we have lots of sticky and greasy whitish and yellowish flakes on our heads. Their amount dramatically exceeds the norm, that’s why they become noticeable to the naked eye. But if there is also itching and reddening on certain parts of the head-skin, then it could be symptoms of seborrhea. It is important to distinguish these two skin problems: in case of dandruff it is often enough to use some cosmetic means, but when it comes to seborrhea, it means a serious treatment.

Seborrhea is a headskin disease, which is characterized by excessive sebum formation. This is usually caused by certain diseases and disorders in the organism, hormonal changes, hereditary predisposition, intoxication, etc. You can find out whether you have dandruff or seborrhea by yourself: dandruff usually looks like rather small whitish flakes, but in case of seborrhea flakes are pretty large, rigid, and yellowish. Still there is one rule – never try to treat seborrhea by yourself. Only a qualified specialist can make good diagnosis and prescribe proper treatment.

Dandruff is seldom the only problem with your scalp and hair: dry hair is often accompanied with dry dandruff, and greasy hair – with the greasy one. Therefore, it is important to struggle with several problems simultaneously, i.e. apply complex treatment.

It is necessary to keep in mind that hair care is a lifetime job. You just can’t take care of your hair for a month and then hope that it will remain healthy and strong for the rest of your life. So take care!

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