Straightened hair looks silky and straight, but straightened hair also uses chemicals that damage the hair. Perform proper aftercare to obtain straight hair with minimal damage.
Causes of Swell
There are two types of causes of hair waviness: congenital and acquired, which are related to aging and daily care.
It is quite difficult to improve congenital hair swell with care, but acquired swell, which is when the hair becomes wavy, can be improved by reviewing daily care.
One of the causes of acquired swell is an imbalance in the components that make up hair.
In particular, hair that has been repeatedly subjected to coloring, perms, and other treatments that damage the hair is often out of balance, causing hair to swell. In summer, damage from ultraviolet rays is also a danger signal. Please take adequate measures to protect against UV rays.
In addition, sagging of the scalp due to aging can also cause swell. Sagging scalp changes the shape of pores and even affects the hair that grows.
How to take care of eliminating swell
Effective care for sagging scalp is to moisturize and nourish the scalp. Many people tend to think of scalp care as shampooing and scalp massage, but skin care is the most efficient and effective way to care for the scalp as well.
If you are concerned about sagging of your face, you would hydrate and prevent/improve sagging. The same is true for the scalp; if it shows signs of swelling, rehydrate it. It is also a good idea to actively take vitamins, which are essential for anti-aging care, to tighten sagging pores.
The scalp is affected by many things on a daily basis. As with skin care, it is effective to prevent acquired swell by taking action on the day of any damage. With regular care, we hope to have swell-free hair.