Are you hesitant to use a hair dryer after washing your hair because you think it will damage your hair? It is true that it is not good to keep hot air on your hair for a long time. It is also possible to damage the skin of your hair by placing it too close to the hair dryer. However, it is also not a good idea to “leave your hair without a hair dryer.
Decreased blood circulation to the scalp
If hair is left wet after washing, heat is lost as water evaporates (vaporizes), lowering the temperature of the scalp and reducing blood circulation. Since hair grows by receiving nutrients from the blood, poor circulation is not a good environment for hair. After shampooing, towel dry your hair thoroughly and dry it in a short time.
Leaving your hair wet can also cause hot water and colds. Do you remember when you were a child and your mother would scrub your head with a bath towel when you got out of the bath so that your hair would not get cold? I don’t mean to call it grandma’s wisdom, but the old custom makes sense. In other words, instead of leaving your hair wet after washing it, use a hair dryer with three precautions in mind: “high temperature,” “long time,” and “too close to the hair dryer,” and finish quickly when some moisture is removed.
In the past few years, far-infrared and negative ion hair dryers have been on the market. Far-infrared method dryers dry hair from the inside without raising the temperature too high. On the other hand, among ionic methods, negative ion dryers have advantages such as increasing the moisture retention of the hair. We want to make good use of these types of products.