Some Absurd Myths About Hair Restoration You Would Like to Know! - UAE

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People benefit from the confidence boost hair restoration offers them and hence it has been gaining popularity with each passing year. However, some people still find that myths about hair restoration prove a barrier for them to go for the potentially life changing hair restoration procedures.

Here are some of the absurd myths about hair restoration and we hope that by exposing these myths, more people will be able to benefit from the opportunities that hair restoration gives:

Hair restoration will result in visible scars

A scar is formed whenever the skin is punctured. This is the body’s way of healing itself but any scars resulting from a hair restoration procedure are minimal. After a hair restoration procedure, few scars are left which are barely noticeable and which usually gets covered up by remaining hair.

Hair restoration procedure may affect the brain

This is one myth that is quite absurd. Hair transplant procedures are only concerned with the skin on the scalp. This is no impact at all on the brain.

Brushing your hair helps them grow faster

Brushing your hair for hours don’t help improve the hair quality of your hair or grow your hair. In fact, brushing too often can damage the cuticles of your hair. Brush your hair only when it is required.

Cutting hair frequently will boost hair growth

Cutting or trimming your hair doesn't affect their growth. Hair growth is connected to the scalp and the roots rather than the tip of your hair. In fact, trimming your hair will make them look healthier and fuller.

Massaging your scalp stimulates hair restoration and growth

The fact is that there is no direct effect of any physical stimulation of the scalp on the hair follicles. In fact most people don’t know that extended massaging may cause frictional damage to hair.

Applying vitamins will help hair growth

Since your hair is chiefly a dead tissue, taking vitamins or using a vitamin tonic on the scalp does not affect hair growth or hair fall in any way.

Coloring your hair is unhealthy

Coloring hair is not unhealthy and it won’t affect your restored hair. In fact, coloring your hair with a darker tone may add some thickness and shine to your hair. Color makes your hair look thicker.

End Note

It’s true that ageing is one natural reason for your hair thinning, however many other things like overexposure to sun, crash dieting, and chemical treatments also affect the health of your hair. Almost 40 to 50 percent of men and women have suffered hair loss by the age of 50, and so the numbers of hair restoration procedures taking place has been going up every year.

Some Absurd Myths About Hair Restoration You Would Like to Know

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Article by Hair Experts @ AHS

Originally hailing from the length and breath of the country our team of hair experts bring together their strength that lies in consulting for hair and skin/scalp concerns that are faced by a lot of people. This core team involves field experts having passion in the field of aesthetics and creating as well as finding the right answers and clearing doubts about all things "Hair". Combining the interest in the field of aesthetics and general well-being, the team moves forward applying the knowhow gained in the field of trichology as well as hair transplantation contributing successfully in being part of our Team UAE operations and contributing to the needs of our patrons.

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