In skin care, it is very common for products and combinations to be labeled as “sensitive skin safe”, “made for sensitive skin”, “hypoallergenic” or “allergen-free”. Most of the new skincare launches seem to be appropriately formulated Sensitive skin. It is not uncommon, but certainly less common, for products to be labeled as such for hair care.
But as Robin notes in the episode, many people can benefit from finding sensitive and safe hair care formulas. “Everything you put on your hair touches your skin. When you use shampoo or conditioner, even if you’re careful to only apply it to the hair, it will rinse off your scalp, face, chest, and back. And it turns out that a lot of people actually have a thin film of hair care residue on our skin,” she says. Even after I rinse it off.” And the residue isn’t always a bad thing. The face wash is leftover. But you just have to make sure whatever is in that residue is skin-friendly.” This is especially true for those prone to acne, eczema, dryness, and other irritations.
In fact, those suffering from increased hair loss may consider finding a more gentle hair care range. “If hair care products contain ingredients that irritate the skin, it can affect the hair follicles, which are the hair manufacturing plants,” she says. “So allergens, for example, can irritate the scalp and follicles, which can lead to hair loss in some cases.”
naturally hair loss And get rid of very complex problems, with many potential catalysts and a myriad of influencing factors. So just changing one element of your routine may not be the missing magic step, but it can help. In fact, Robin notes that a recent six-month randomized controlled trial was conducted Harvard University Hair Loss Clinic Found that those who turned into Fragrance free shampoo And the air conditioner (and are free from common allergens) for the duration of the study, they experienced 40% less shedding.
During the episode, we also discuss how to relieve dandruff, how often you should shampoo your hair, and what to do about hair line Body acne.