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Meri mummy ke hands ki finger ke nails ke side m thoda thoda din m infection ho jada h then the infected side of nails turns black and dry they looks very dry damage. Sugest what to do.
I am female, I am 25 year old I have an eczema on hands and on foot because of that I don't have a teeth when I am 7 years old I have shown to so many doctors they said me that I can't get relief from my eczema.
I am a 21 years old girl and I have acne and spots on my face. So how can I get rid off this acne and spots?
I am suffering from pcod and unwanted hair growth on my body .I want to undergo laser hair removal but I want to confirm will hairs come again on my body after laser procedure give me some information regarding this.
My skin is oily .my mom told me to use milk for face wash. But my feel to use medimix soap .what you recommend to me.
I am 30 years old male. I am having eczema in one of my fingers for 3 years now. How can it be cured.
I am 24 years old my hair is falling like anything I have used various shampoos for controlling dandruff but no use what should I do next.
Shampooing is a no-brainer activity that most people do not pay much attention to. Usually, a quick wash in the morning is all that people do to keep their hair and scalp clean. But did you know you can end up with dirtier hair than before if you don't wash off the shampoo properly?
Improper washing of hair post-shampooing can lead to the build up of shampoo residue in your hair, which only adds to the dirt you try to clean by shampooing. Also, excessive build-up of product residue causes hair and scalp irritation and even impedes hair growth.
How do you know if you have shampoo residue in your hair? Here's how:
- You hair appears dull, dry and dirty despite being freshly washed
- It feels as though there is a layer of heavy coating on the hair mass
- Styling of hair becomes difficult and time-consuming
The signs of shampoo residue build-up closely resemble that of hair damage. In order to prevent it, thorough rinsing is of utmost importance. In fact, rinsing your hair for a minimum of two minutes post-shampoo is strongly advised in order prevent build-up. Also, using a clarifying shampoo regularly clears residue out of the hair and unnecessarily over-applying the product should always be avoided.
Cleanse your hair once a week to keep it fresh and healthy and use a good shampoo with a formula that is suited to your hair.
Related Tip: Conditioning Before Shampoo Vs Post Shampoo - What’s Ideal?