Are You Losing Your Hair?

The first step to answering this question is to get a thorough hair loss analysis. A hair analysis is absolutely vital in properly diagnosing hair loss. The results of the examination can determine if you are losing your hair, the rate at which your hair is being lost, and whether the loss is permanent. The primary focus of a hair analysis is to determine the amount of healthy vs. weakened hair follicles present on a scalp. Hair is categorized into [...]

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Winter Hair Care in Dubai

During the Fall and Winter months, the weather in Dubai is amazing. The daily highs range from the upper 70s (25C) to mid-80s (30C), making Dubai’s weather from October-March almost perfect. However, there are a few unique environmental conditions that can harm hair during these beautiful months: There are a few unique environmental conditions that can harm hair during these beautiful months: Desalinated water exposure when showering and bathing High humidity, being a coastal city Low humidity from indoor air conditioning High UV index exposure being a [...]

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Dubai Water and Hair Loss

You will often hear Dubai residents mention they shed more hair after moving here, along with complaints that their hair seems dry and brittle, with excessive split ends. The most frequent complaint is an unusual amount of hair loss within the first 3 or 4 months after moving to Dubai. Being a desert city, the main source of water in Dubai comes from desalinated sea water. But, does desalinated water have a negative effect on the hair as some people [...]

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Winter Hair Care

Winter Hair Care

Extreme weather conditions affect the hair, but appropriate winter hair care can overcome these adverse effects: Winter challenges Static Electricity Hair loses its moisture in dry winter weather; dry heated rooms compound the problem to make the hair extremely dry and these dry hairs rubbing against each other, lead to a buildup of a turboelectric charge. It is a positive charge. Similar charges repel each other, and the result is “flyaway” hair. As the comb is negatively charged, it will attract hair [...]

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