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Your hair is like the most important accessory you wear every day and this cannot change if you use many different practices in your daily life to make your hair look healthy and aesthetic. Therefore, it is important to consider how accurate these practices are for your hair health. It is also important to consider whether these applications are causing damage to your hair. Here are the faulty practices that affect the health of hair:

Applying Chemicals to the Hair

The application of chemical-based products containing substances such as bleaching agents, hair dyes, styling products, parabens, bleach and alcohol to the hair results in the complete dissolution of the keratin bonds. After the continuous application of these products, your hair will become significantly thinner and more prone to breakage and loss.

Additionally, it is possible that these products are being applied to the scalp while being applied to the hair. Chemical-based products that come into contact with the scalp can damage hair during the growth phase, leading to disruption of the healthy hair cycle. Therefore, it is advisable to avoid dyeing your hair as much as possible. If you have to dye your hair, choose hair dyes with a shallow ammonia content. It is important to ensure that any hair products you choose to use do not contain alcohol, parabens, or soap.

Washing Hair with Hot Water

It is recommended that you avoid taking a shower with hot water, as this can have a detrimental effect on the health of your hair and scalp. Hot water can cause the rate of healthy oil in your skin and hair to deteriorate significantly. This deterioration continues with very oily or highly dandruff skin and damage to the hair structure. Therefore, it is recommended that you wash your hair with warm or cold water as often as as possible and gently massage your skin. This process significantly enhances blood flow to the skin, facilitating the delivery of more oxygen to the hair follicles.

Continuously Exposing Hair to Heat

Although many hair styling applications, such as hair straighteners, curling irons, and hot blow-dry can be useful for shaping hair, they can also cause long-term damage. Such substances cause significant damage to hair, including burning and structural damage. Regular use of such products will reduce your hair volume, damage to hair follicles, and cause your hair to thin and fall out. Furthermore, it can result in hair that appears dull and weak.

Wrong Choice of Shampoo

Many of the shampoos, which you can find easily in every way, are sold in attractive packages and are offered in a wide range of variants. However, these products are essentially no different from dishwashing detergents. As such shampoos contain many harmful substances, including perfume, parabens, alcohol, and soap. The use of shampoos containing these toxic substances can disrupt the acid balance of your skin, potentially causing your hair to appear unhealthy.

Combing Wet Hair

It is important to be aware that combing wet hair can cause your hair loss. The application of harmful pulling forces during hair combing with fine-tipped combs when wet, a practice commonly undertaken by women, results in the breakage and subsequent loss of hair strands. This method, which is commonly used to untangle hair, is entirely wrong. It is advisable to avoid combing wet hair as much as possible and to use large-tipped combs with caution.

Tying Hair Tightly

It is important to note that tying your hair tightly can result in significant damage due to the opposing pulling force applied. This practice can also result in a number of adverse effects, including pain, tenderness, or oedema at the base of the hair. Therefore, you should tie your hair loosely.

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