6 Habits that harm your scalp
The skin is the largest organ of the human body, and leather hairy part of him. However, because it is covered by more hairs - the hair - it often does not get the same attention and care as the face, for example.
Here is the main factor that hinders the way for beautiful hair. "If the skin is not healthy, they will find a barrier to get out to their full potential and grow well," says dermatologist Juliana Neiva, a specialist at SBD (Brazilian Society of Dermatology), a member of American Academy of Dermatology and coauthor of the book "Practical Guide to Beauty Inside and Out" (Editora Fontanar).
Hair stylist Tiago Parente agrees and adds: "Silky shiny hair depends on the health of the entire structure, from not caring for the scalp compromises their appearance and can even potentiate problems such as hair loss and skin diseases. "
Giving a little stress to nature to conquer and keep beautiful hair is a more than compelling reason to take care of the scalp, is not it? Next, Juliana and Tiago point out the habits that most damage the health of the scalp and what to do to get around them. Check it out!
Microneedle is a medical treatment that aims to stimulate and induce the formation of collagen. It is used for flaccid skin of the face and body, acne scars, stretch marks. However, there are also indications of the use of microneedle for the hair, being applied on the scalp for baldness and hair loss in both men and women.
Some people call it mesotherapy, but the technique is popularized in Brazil as "application of enzymes". The procedure is part of the methods that are now on the rise and now are low in the clinics, due to the increasing appearance of new techniques in what refers mainly to the aid of reduction of measures and cellulite, besides body flaccidity.
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