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I have a very short hair in my head and do not straighten long as with time. Please explain a solution.
Sir I suffer from dandruff problem please tell me how to solve this problem to get the solution for for dandruff please mentioned me solved out from this problem.
I have got a boil near scrotum. This is the 8th boil in last 2 year. I am facing a problem kind of recurrent boil. What should I do?
I have very long hair which are untrimmed and uncut. This gives growth to split ends. How do I get rid of them?
I am losing my hair quickly and I tried all shampoos but no effect. I am not sure what to do now. Can you help me in this?
Skin getting discolored Dear sir/mam why my skin is getting discolored since 1 years I am facing this problem and skin is continuously getting discolored.
Hello Doctor, I have lost 50% of my hair over the last six months period and I do not see any new hair coming even after following good deit. I have been applying egg white thrice a week from 1.5 months but I don't see any use of this. I am very scared and worried of this situation. Is it possible to regrow my hair back with any medicines or home remedies? If so please suggest them. Does onion juice really help in regrowing hair back? Or if the only way to regrow hair is through transplantation then suggest me how to choose the clinic. Thanks in advance.
I have more hair fall. I used indhuleka since 1 year but my hair fall is not controlled till today. Can you please help me out?
28 years old .doing job. Hair fall and dandruff problem continues from 5 month. I have etching problem from 7 years. Have dark circle problem.
Am 27 years old, am having hair loss problem which is called alopcia areata. Am loosing hairs all over my body day by day. Since I consulted trichologist it has decreased little bit. So please can you find me a permanent solution for hai growth.
It seems that I had got chickenpox through my roommate, what should I do now, it is initial stage I had god a pimple of chickenpox on chin.
I have hairfall problem from last 1 year. Someone suggested me to use natural oils like coconut, olive etc. So should I use daily soap for removing excessive oil or a shampoo. If shampoo, then for how many days a week.
I am suffering from white hair problem. It starts when I was in school. First my heads hair was turning into white, when I was 22 years old my beard' s hair starts turn into white. Now i' m 28 years old. Have you any solution for white hair if you have please revert to me. Thanks.
I am 16½ year old. My all friends have grown their facial hair. But I didn't kindly I request you to give me suggestions to grow my facial hair completely with some weeks.
Between a woman dressed in a satin dress and another dressed in cotton, who do you think was more comfortable? The lady dressed in cotton ofcourse! It isn't the length of the dress that dictates this answer but the breathability of the fabric.
Breathability can be defined as the fabric's ability to allow air and moisture to pass through it. This is determined by the composition of fibers and how tightly they are woven together. Wearing breathable fabric helps your skin breathe by allowing sweat to evaporate rather than block skin pores. This also helps regulate your body's temperature. So, when you go shopping for your summer wardrobe, look out for these fabrics.
- Cotton: Cotton is a natural fiber hat can be found in a number of varieties. However, not all of them are breathable. For your skin to breathe, avoid cotton blends and stick to 100% cotton fabric. Seersucker and madras cotton are great for summer. Cotton clothes are ideal for dry summers as well as humid conditions.
- Linen: The light weight nature of linen makes it an extremely breathable fabric. This natural fiber also absorbs moisture very well.
- Light Silk: Silk is often termed as a winter material but light silks are ideal for any weather. Silk is highly absorbent and dries quickly thus allowing your skin to breathe. It also has natural climate regulating properties that allow it to stay cool in summers and warm in winters. Silk is also the most hypoallergenic fabric available.
- Chambray: Chambray is a breathable alternative to denims. While heavy weight chambray has a rugged appeal, light weight chambray can have a casual as well as dressy appeal.
On that note, here are a few fabrics to avoid
- Nylon: Nylon is a completely synthetic material with low absorption and a water repellant nature. Thus not only will it not allow sweat to evaporate, it will trap your sweat within your clothes. This is both uncomfortable and unhealthy.
- Polyester and Polyester blends: Like nylon, polyester is water repellent and thus allows perspiration to between your clothes and your skin causing the garment to stick to the body. Don't assume a polyester cotton blend to be any better as even a 40% synthetic presence can keep the fabric from absorbing sweat.
- Viscose or Rayon: Both these fabrics are often passed off as cotton. However they do not have the absorption or breathability nature of cotton. While it will not trap heat like nylon and polyester, rayon also repels water thus leading to a perspiration build up.
- Satin: Satin is produced by weaving nylon and polyester together and hence is synthetic and does not allow the skin to breathe. Also satin is thick and heavy.