Timeless secrets to gorgeous hair. Rediscovered.

Timeless secrets to gorgeous hair. Rediscovered.

Gorgeous hair’s secret? The scalp

Read about how your scalp speaks through your hair.

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By the Hairsutras Team

When it comes to looking after our hair, we fix it from the outside. But the home of your hair needs to be happy! Because your scalp is always talking through your hair: Limp hair? Probably an oily scalp. Frizzy? It’s craving water! Hair falling? Hello, dandruff.

So where does it all begin? 
Two magic words: Hygiene and Nutrition.

Take care of this and you can say bye-bye to constant quick fixes or wasting money on products and stylists!

Say Hi to Hygiene
First up, keep your scalp clean. When you’re flitting from work day to social life, and domestic chores, you’re not washing your hair as often as you would like to. What happens next?
An unclean scalp is because of excess dirt and grime (accumulated from the environment) but also, sebum build-up.
‘Sebum’, is the natural oil produced by your scalp. It keeps your scalp waterproof and lubricated. But too much of it leads to all sorts of uncool things like dandruff, folliculitis and seborrhoea.

Nutrition or Nothing
The second step is, to eat well. If you don’t, the limited nutrients in your blood do not really reach your hair. The result: Brittle and unhealthy hair. The result of the result? Breakage. And what's the worst that happens? Hair Fall.
A good mix of Protein, Iron, Calcium and Vitamins should give your scalp ample nutrition and, in turn, glossy, flowing locks. To know more about keeping your hair well-fed, here’s our food chart.

As is the case with most things, if your roots are strong, that’s more than half the battle won!
(With Inputs from Dr. Rashmi Shetty, Skin, Hair and Aesthetic Specialist)

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SUMMARY
  • Scalp Health is two-fold. Hygiene and Nutrition. 
  • An unclean scalp leads to excess dirt, grime and also sebum build up. Make sure you wash it regularly! 
  • When the blood flowing to your scalp is low on nutrition, your strands tend to be brittle, break and fall. Eat well, and eat right for beautiful, happy hair. 
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