Sunday February 23, 2020
Home Life Style Beauty Tips Follow these ...

Follow these Tips and Don’t let the Pollution Damage your Hair

Prevent pollution from creating hair damage

0
//
Healthy hair
Excessive exposure to pollution, dust and dirt can cause scalp irritation and wreak havoc for your hair. Pixabay

Did you know our scalp comprises of 1,50,000 hair follicles! Excessive exposure to pollution, dust and dirt can cause scalp irritation and wreak havoc for your hair. The pollutants enter the skin barrier and produce free radicals which further aggravate your scalp leading to inflammation, dehydration and aging of the same.

Monisha Bhatia, Head of Education, Kerastase talks about what it takes to keep your hair from damage.

The scalp skin is more delicate having a higher number of sebaceous glands, sweat glands, and hair follicles and a lower barrier function as compared to the skin on the rest of the body. This makes scalp care essential. And beautiful hair does begin with a healthy scalp.

Just as one uses specific products to address different skin concerns, so too should one use specific targeted solutions to remedy scalp issues. A well trained professional expert at a salon is best suited to diagnose your concerns and recommend what will work for you.

Pollution hair
To ensure a healthy scalp one must definitely use a good shampoo as per your scalp type to purify & rebalance your scalp. Pixabay

To ensure a healthy scalp one must definitely use a good shampoo as per your scalp type to purify & rebalance your scalp. A wide range of Silicon-free scalp specific shampoos – for various concerns Oily/Dry/Sensitive/Hair loss/ Thinning to deep cleanse can help your scalp and keep it well-moisturized.

These shampoos with their unique formulation carry AOX Complex (L-carnosine, Vitamin E and Moringa) that have anti-oxidation properties and fight internal and external aggression. After the shampoo is washed out it is essential to rebalance the scalp with a treatment designed specifically to be applied on the scalp. It soothes & hydrates sensitive/dry/itchy scalp restoring the oil/moisture balance.

Apart from using the suitable shampoo and conditioner, your hair needs protection against the pollutants in the winter air which cause static and fly-aways. Kerastase Elixir Ultime Oil helps fight frizz and static and gives a healthy shine too. Use it to touch up your hair during the day. The oil doesn’t sit on the surface of your hair, but actually gets absorbed to provide nourishment all day long.

Also Read- Tips to Get the Perfect Summer-Ready Body

A visit to the salon for deep cleansing once a fortnight is definitely helpful. These in-salon holistic treatments use refined ingredients to detoxify and moisturize your scalp and hair. Additionally, the indulgent massage gestures help with blood circulation nourished hair roots and a healthy scalp. When out in the open, wearing a scarf or sun hat is always helpful as sun protection is necessary! (IANS)

Next Story

Xiaomi Works To Make “Smart Masks” That Collect Air Data in Real-Time

The smart mask will also come with sensors like accelerometers and gyroscopes

0
Xiaomi
Xiaomi already sells generic masks to ward off air pollution. Wikimedia Commons

Chinese company Xiaomi has been granted a patent for smart masks that would come equipped with sensors and a chip to gather real-time data collection about the air you breathe.

The sensor would record data such as total wearing time, pollution absorption, breathing volume and breath counts.

The design consists a pollutant filter and a sensor that records how long a person has been wearing the mask.

According to a report on the Abacus website, the US Patent and Trademark Office has granted Xiaomi the patent for a “smart mask” design that was filed in June 2016.

There is also a built-in battery that powers the standard air filter.

Xiaomi
Chinese company Xiaomi has been granted a patent for smart masks that would come equipped with sensors and a chip to gather real-time data collection about the air you breathe. Wikimedia Commons

The smart mask will also come with sensors like accelerometers and gyroscopes.

“The collected data will be stored on the mask using the storage module and can also be transferred to other devices, thanks to the connection module,” reports GizmoChina.

ALSO READ: Samsung Unveils New Smartphone “Galaxy A71” For INR 29, 999

Xiaomi already sells generic masks to ward off air pollution. (IANS)