AROMASE oily scalp and dry ends_scalp care
Ever feel like your scalp is swimming in oil while your hair clings to a desert vibe? This frustrating combo plagues many of us, leaving us washing (and rewashing) hair in a desperate search for balance. But before you grab that third bottle of shampoo, let’s dive into the “why” behind this hair paradox and find a simpler solution! Why the Confusion? It’s All About Oils Natural Oil Imbalance: Sometimes, Mother Nature throws us a curveball. Lower oil production (menopause, acne meds) can leave hair thirsty, while conditions like seborrheic dermatitis can trigger an oil overproduction party on your scalp. Harsh…
Oily Roots with Dry Ends? Crack the Combo with Separate Scalp & Hair Care
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AROMASE_hair loss scalp care_Brush Less, Lose Less Untangling the Hair Loss Myths
Although it is normal to fall around 50-100 hair strands per day, hair loss is a common concern that can cause worry for many individuals. Truth or myth: Not combing your hair truly help to reduce hair loss.  Let us debunk this prevalent myth and unravel the truth behind this practice.   The Myth of Combing Hair Causing Hair Loss: Why It Persists The logic behind it seems straightforward: less combing = less pulling = less hair loss, right? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. Hair naturally sheds, and regular combing helps remove these loose strands before they become visible or…
Brush Less, Lose Less? Untangling the Hair Loss Myth
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Air Drying hair or Blow Drying hair Which is Better for Your Hair_AROMASE (1)
Whether it’s better to air dry or blow dry your hair is a common question with no easy answer. The truth is that it depends on your personal preferences. Air drying is often considered as a safer option for your hair as it does not involve any heat styling that can cause damage over time. It is important to mention that air drying can take longer and potentially contribute to fungal growth, particularly in individuals with a sensitive scalp, such as those who experience dandruff. Blow drying your hair can be a convenient way to dry and style it quicker.…
Air Drying vs Blow Drying: Which is Better for Your Hair?
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MediPRO-AROMASE-Scalp care after hair transplant-gentel care
The first 2 weeks of scalp caring is important after the surgery. It might influence the final result of hair transplant. When can I wash my hair? From our collaborated dermatologists’ experience: about 24-48hrs after the surgery, the post-op hair, and the transplanted area would begin to form a layer of scab, it would be the time to wash your hair. For ensuring your transplanted scalp is ready for washing, please confirm it with your doctor first.     Must Do for Scalp Care After Hair Transplant BE GENTLE (extra gentle) to transplanted scalp. AVOID rubbing transplanted scalp. DO NOT put…
When and How to Scalp Care After Hair Transplant
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AROMASE-blog-Should I Avoid dimethicone
What exactly is dimethicone? Dimethicone is a silicone-based ingredient widely used in skin foundation, skin moisturizer, 2 in 1 shampoo, hair conditioner, and other skin and hair care products. It gives a silky-smooth and soft-touched texture and helps to retain hair moisture.   Is it always bad? Depends on the perspective. Dimethicone is a safe ingredient when used in cosmetic products. Hare the drawbacks and benefits. Drawbacks of using Dimethicone in “Shampoo products” The molecular weight of dimethicone is big, it’s unlikely to be absorbed into the skin. The silky-smooth texture of dimethicone is hard to rinse off when it…
Is Dimethicone Bad? Should I Always Avoid it?
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