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Falling Hair? This is how you beat the heat!

  • 26th Mar 2018
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As the days become longer and there is a rise in the temperature, one knows that it is time to embrace the summer. With schools and colleges being off, summertime usually means movie dates, picnics, road trips and a whole lot of fun! But summertime is not always synonymous with all things fun. While you must be ready to bask in the sun, remember that you can lose more hair in summers.

Well yes! Hair loss in summers is a prevalent phenomenon. The season brings along with it sweat, sun-damage and a whole lot of dryness. But don’t fret or be taken aback, as seasonal hair fall can be easily controlled. This 5-minute read is all you need to beat the heat!

Watch out: Things that might damage your hair this summer

According to experts, seasonal hair loss is a real thing and becomes more prevalent in the seasons of summer and fall, caused by both internal and external factors. Here are some reasons that might be the cause of hair fall in summer:

  1. Sweat: Sweat becomes a constant companion in the hottest season of the year, for men and women alike. Even for people who do not naturally have very high perspiration levels, high scalp sweat secretion levels can exacerbate grooming hair damage and the blockage of hair follicles. It affects overall hygiene level or hair scalp.
  2. Rising Pollution: With the significantly increasing pollution levels around us, it is inevitable for your hair to not get affected by it. Our hair (also along with the scalp) is the first thing that gets exposed directly to polluted air, smoke, and other gaseous pollutants, leading to dryness and breakage. Living in metro cities, especially, leads to higher exposure to air pollution making one more predisposed to unhealthy hair due to traffic emitted pollutants, carcinogens from cigarette smoke and just the rising levels of pollution in general. 
  3. Ultraviolet Radiation: The anatomy of the human body is designed in such a way that the hair is to protect the scalp from harmful ultraviolet rays. Unfortunately, our mane is not always able to do that. It directly affects the hair shaft which, when exposed to UV light, gets damaged.
  4. Workout: With layers and pullovers going back to the storage trunks, summer is usually the time when you make your workout rigorous, wanting to shed that extra winter fat. Excessive physical workout makes your hair more prone to sweat and dirt. Also, swimming as a recreational activity and form of exercise comes into play. Public swimming pools usually use high levels of chlorine; when exposed to that, the chemicals from the chlorine can take a toll on one’s hair by inducing chemical damage, which in turn makes it more susceptible to breakage.

Undo the wrong: Quick tips to protect your hair this summer

Now that we know about some of the major reasons for hair loss in summer, let us take a look at some tips that could help prevent that from happening:

  1. Balanced Diet: A well-balanced diet is a key to help prevent hair fall. Consuming certain food items during this season can help keep your body nourished with the essential nutrients, vital to combat the ill effects of hot weather. Green leafy vegetables such as spinach, lentils, carrots, oatmeal, eggs, yogurt and other dairy products if included in the diet can help your hair build its strength and maintain it.
  2. Hair Sunscreen: It’s best to avoid high summer sun in order to protect your hair from UV rays. In case it’s not avoidable, you may choose to have good hair conditioning product with sunscreens to protect your hair. We use sunscreen to protect our skin, so why not our hair?
  3. Cooling Hair Masks: There is an array of hair masks available in the market that cool off the scalps and rejuvenate hair follicles. You can also try some homemade hair cooling masks using simple ingredients like eggs, olive oil or curd to get your hair to heal from all the sun, wind and chlorine.
  4. Stitch to Satin Using a cotton pillowcase is a common practice, but it absorbs all the oils and dirt from our scalp, causing friction in the hair, causing dryness and damage. Opting for a silk or satin pillowcase instead is an ideal way to ensure that your hair stays hale and hearty.
  5. Mild shampoo: It’s essential in the summers to maintain hygiene level of your scalp and hair due to the increased level of perspiration. Increased frequency of hair wash may help you out. In this case, it is essential to choose a good mild shampoo which cleanses your hair gently without damaging it further. Go for a good mild shampoo containing a high level of conditioners like panthenol and botanical extracts.
  6. Livon Hair Gain Tonic: Alongside the aforementioned tips, we recommend you to back your regimen with a powerful and scientific solution – Livon Hair Gain. It is a proven formula with ingredients that are put together specifically to avert hair from falling too early. The hair gain tonic needs to be applied directly to your scalp twice a day – after a bath and before bedtime.

Prepare yourself for a fun summer, full of hair care and rejuvenation!

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