Before hovering over hair, let’s track down what hair is all about. According to dictionary.com hair is ‘any of the numerous fine, usually cylindrical, keratinous filaments growing from the skin of humans and animals’ and wikipedia, the knowledge portal says, ‘Hair is an outgrowth of protein, found only on mammals’.
Well, that is enough about the facts, quite a scientific explanation! Their primary interest knows how to make their hair beautiful, how to impart a classy or sexy look to their image and how they can prevent hair loss, dandruff etc.
This article takes a look at three common myths and truths of hair to overcome misconceptions and are prompted to think about improving the quality of your hair. To help you achieve this, we’ve included a few hair care products that are made to improve the look and feel of your hair. Read on.
Prior to sorting out hair care products in order of preference, let’s unearth the myths first.
• Myth: – Excessive washing of hair results in hair loss…
Truth: – Not so. Wash your hair when you think it’s important. Washing hair on a regular basis does not cause damage to your hair, it helps in removing bacteria, oil and dirt. .
• Myth:-Applying more shampoo results in better hair, cleaner hair…
Truth: – No shampoo should make false or over the top promises about how it will improve your hair quality. Apply when needed, avoid using in large quantity – usually the amount equal to the size of a 20 cent piece will do. For a man, a single pack can last for months, whereas women with long hair go through more.
• Myth: – If the diet is wrong, hair loss is obvious…
Truth: – Well, it’s true. Research reports that exposure to inconsistent diet can harm your hair. To get good hair, eat healthy, nutritious food rather than just applying hair care products in volumes.
The above has debunked the three most commonly held myths relating to hair. Now it’s time to find out the facts on hair care products that you should know.
There is a huge volume of hair care products flooding the market but improper selection and ignorance in identifying the right kind of hair care product could potentially lead to hair loss. Every day, new products are being launched with a catchy brand name and a marketing strategy, but very few actually survive at end of the day. The main reason is poor quality or poor performing products that have an adverse effect on user’s hair and skin. Often this is due to the harsh chemicals and detergents used in the products. If an advertisement is good, their product may get a boost but later tumbles down when it does more harm than good.
So, what constitute a good hair product? To track down the answer, we have to go back to the Nature. The world of Nature is abundant with possibilities for making a good hair product. Consider plants and herbs, olive oil and honey, coconut milk and even eggs; they are all natural and can contribute to making quality hair care products. From cream to oil, shampoos to conditioners; hair care products incorporating natural ingredients tend to be safer to use and kinder on the hair and scalp. The Beauty Mate range of men’s grooming products is just one example of a new product that doesn’t make false claims or promises. With its straight forward, no fuss approach to male grooming it uses natural plant derived foaming agents in the place of harsh detergents and chemicals.