What do you think of when you hear the term “hair common sense”? For example
I want to keep my hair clean → Shampooing is necessary every morning.
Natural drying is good for your hair.
Wakame seaweed and kelp → You should eat them.
Diet and hair loss → Not directly related.
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What you have taken for granted until now may actually be wrong.
In this issue, we would like to talk about what is considered to be common knowledge about hair, and whether it is actually true.
Is shampooing in the morning good for your hair?
It is probably only in the last 20 years that the morning shampoo has become popular. In the sense of cleansing the scalp, it is good to wash one’s hair with a shampoo product every day, whether it is a morning shampoo or a night shampoo. However, it is not limited to morning shampoos, but it can be counterproductive if you do not rinse your hair thoroughly and do not rinse out the shampoo product.
Is a hair dryer after shampooing not a good idea?
Some people hesitate to use a hair dryer after washing their hair, and it is certainly not a good idea to keep hot air on your hair for a long time. However, leaving your hair wet is also not a good idea. The temperature of the scalp drops as the moisture evaporates, and blood circulation is impaired. After shampooing, try to dry your hair as soon as possible.
Are Wakame seaweed and kelp good for hair?
It has long been said that seaweed is good for hair.
While it is true that seaweed is rich in vitamins and minerals and good for the body, it has not been proven that it is directly related to hair growth.
LEAVE 21 verified the component “fucoxanthin” contained in kelp and wakame seaweed, and announced at an academic conference that it is expected to have hair-growing effects.
However, eating kelp and wakame seaweed will not magically make your hair frizzy, but hair is a part of the body.
Naturally, what is good for the health of the body is also good for the hair. In this sense, we recommend eating seaweed to improve your health.
Does diet promote hair loss?
There are many people who suffer hair loss due to dieting. Dieters inevitably fail to take in sufficient nutrients, which in turn prevents the hair follicles from receiving the nutrients they need, and as a result, leads to hair loss. A well-balanced diet and moderate exercise are good for the body and hair. However, it may be more important to change the value system that thinks it is beautiful to be thinner than necessary…