Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) August 24, 2013
On August 24, NewVo Beauty comments on an article that explains the causes of mineral deficiency in hair.
According to an article published on August 16th by The Times Of India titled “Is your hair getting enough minerals?” chemical treatments that you subject your hair to, along with other factors such as pollution, stress and a bad diet, can result in mineral deficiency in the hair.
Dr Apoorva Shah, a Tricologist, was quoted in the article. “Mineral imbalance is by far the most common cause of hair loss. Important minerals include copper, iron, silicon and zinc.”
The condition of an individual’s hair is one of the best ways to test for a mineral imbalance. The article shares this list of factors that influence mineral imbalance in hair:
- Diet- Fad diets, or any other diet that relies heavily on refined foods, can lead to hair damage. Alcohol consumption is another factor that can result in unhealthy hair.
- Pollution- Hair is exposed to hundreds of pollutants on a daily basis. Hair dyes, which contain lead, cigarette smoke, which contains cadmium, and hydrogenated oils, such as nickel, are just a few examples of pollutants. “It is important to make sure you clean your hair thoroughly so that these pollutants can’t cause a mineral imbalance,” says Sara Greenstone, a representative for the online beauty supply store NewVo Beauty. “Try using a product like Pureology, which is sulfate-free, to help clear hair of pollutants.”
- Stress- Both emotional and physical stress can strip hair of minerals and prevent hair from absorbing nutrients.
- Supplements- Make sure to take the proper amount of nutritional supplements; having an excess amount of nutrients can also cause an imbalance.
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