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What is at the Root of Dandruff?

If you’re suffering from dandruff, you likely feel embarrassed on the days you look down and see white flakes covering your shoulders. You’re not the only one! A lot of people suffer from infrequent dandruff.

Dandruff happens when the scalp sheds dead skin cells more habitually than expected: week by week or at regular intervals as opposed to month to month. At the point when too many skin cells are shed so rapidly, they become much more visible. Rather, they develop in noticeable layers of flakes. There are three essential reasons why it erupts.

The yeast based fungus called Pityrosporum ovale lives on all human skin, for the most part without bringing on any issues. These fungi cause problems when they mix with an overabundance of oils made by the sebaceous organs in the skin. Pityrosporum ovale flourishes in oils. On an oily surface, the parasite duplicates more quickly than expected, which accelerates the skin reestablishment and-shedding process (bringing on dandruff.)

Another reason for dandruff is the air temperature. Dandruff is more prevalent in winter, when the climate is frosty and the air is dry. Incidentally, the cold air outside is less damaging than the dry heat inside. Indoor radiators make dry, warm air that dries out the skin. Dry skin on the scalp, pretty much as anyplace else on your body, gets to be flaky skin if it’s too dry.

In some cases, beauty can hurt. With regards to highlighting, dying, blow-drying and hot ironing your hair, keeping these rituals to a minimum is beneficial to your hair. The more you stress out your strands and your scalp, the more probable you are to off set their pH balance. Subjecting your scalp to heat and damaging products can harm it. The scalp’s physiological response to harsh treatment is to shed skin cells so new ones will develop.

Dandruff has been known to cause more severe skin conditions, including seborrheic dermatitis. Although dandruff can be humiliating, it pales in comparison with the thick, textured scalp patches brought about by seborrheic dermatitis. In order to avoid hair loss it’s important to take dandruff seriously and to be aware of the condition of your scalp. A healthy scalp will produce luscious and healthy hair!

At New-U we understand and encourage maintaining a healthy scalp. If you’re already suffering from hair loss it’s not too late and we can help. For more than 20 years, we have helped thousands of men, women and children in the Rochester and Western New York area suffering from hair loss and thinning hair, regardless of the cause of their hair loss. To schedule a free consultation contact New-U Hair Replacement Specialists today!