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Hair loss: enough to make you want to tear out your hair

Hair loss: enough to make you want to tear out your hair
Everybody loses hair on a daily basis. The reason is neither alarming nor threatening, but rather a natural “top-end” renewal process. The following occurs: the life expectancy of each individual hair is between four and six years. After that they die and fall out. As long as the hair follicle is intact a new hair will form and grow. It is completely normal to lose between 80 – 100 hairs a day. This does not qualify as excessive hair loss. Often long hair tends to be deceptive as it can easily look like a large amount of hair which is no longer growing on your head. If you’re worried about the volume of hair which is disappearing down the plug hole, then it’s a good idea to make the effort to count. In addition our hair has seasons. This means that it passes through a growth, transition and resting phase. After the resting phase is completed it falls out.Read More
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Dandruff – often more than just an annoying problem

Dandruff – often more than just an annoying problem
A person’s skin is practically ”renewed” every month. In this process dead skin cells are replaced with new ones. Usually it is impossible to see the detached cells with the naked eye. However, if the growing cells form too quickly, the upper cells are unable to break apart from each other and stick together. If 500 or more of these cells clump together then they become visible on the scalp as flakes.Read More
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The day of the well-groomed man

The day of the well-groomed man
Have you noticed just how many care products are directed at men? Magazines are full of adverts for men’s eye creams, special beard styling and exfoliating shower gels for men. And in many homes more space in bathroom cupboards is being taken up by the latest purchases of the man in the house. This may seem strange at first, but it is really just the logical progression of a trend which began several years ago. More and more men are taking an active interest in their appearance, not only wanting to look stylish but to look well-groomed. The fact they are prepared to spend considerable sums of money to achieve this goal makes them particularly interesting for the advertising industry.Read More
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The dilemma with dyeing

The dilemma with dyeing
Women have been attracted to beautiful, bright hair colors since time began. According to a recent survey (link) over 70 percent of women regularly dye their hair. Hair color has become a modern accessory for women of all ages and is no longer used just to cover up the first grey hairs. Experts giving classic image consultation nearly always recommend a new haircut and color. So far so good. However, colored hair need far more care and must be protected from UV rays, salt and chlorinated water. So the basic principle: a gentle coloring, protective UV filter and special conditioning products will preserve the pleasure of your favorite hair color!Read More
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The right care for dry hair

The right care for dry hair
What has long been a beauty secret in Africa has only gained attention and popularity here in Europe over the past few years, namely: hair oil. Despite the fact that only a few drops of high quality oil, such as argan oil, really work (suppleness) wonders for fly-away, brittle and frizzy hair. Good things come to those who wait even here, and a wide range of hair oil products have now completed their victory march onto the local shelves. However, as with practically every oil, there are significant differences in hair oil quality. It is important to look out for a light texture, so the hair only shines and is supple and doesn’t appear oily.Read More
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