Why does hair fall increase in Monsoon

Posted by Sarah Arif on

First of all, we need to understand the science behind the humid climate affecting hair quality.

Humidity is the presence of water vapor in the atmosphere. When the air has a high moisture content, as is the case in humid weather, this sweat cannot evaporate, leaving our bodies feeling hot and sticky. A humid climate is not good for your hair. High humidity can contribute to clogged hair follicles, as well as a better chance of mold, fungi, and bacteria. When the fungi or bacteria develops in your scalp, it results into hair loss. You may notice that the hair in affected areas of your scalp becomes brittle and breaks off from its roots easily. Hair also become frizzy and unmanageable.

Top 5 Tips to Control Hair fall in Monsoon Season

* Wash your hair daily, make sure your scalp is clean. But, make sure you use a Natural shampoo so that your are safe from any harmful chemicals. 

* Make sure to do last rinse of Lemon water or Apple Cider Vinegar to kill the fungi and bacteria. 

* Apply yogurt from the roots will the end as it will help to not only avoid fungi but your hair will be less-frizzy too. 

* Make a hair spray with 3 ingredients (Ginger, Onion and Tea Tree Oil). Apply it twice a day on  your scalp.

* You can also use Neem water on your scalp, but make sure you don't apply it on hair as it makes hair dry. Don't forget to use a Naturally-made Conditioner after that.

Try out these tips and your hair fall would visibly reduce. 

Have a happy and healthy hair 😉 


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