How to remove hair from your head, scalp and neck
In the United States, people spend roughly $4 billion on grooming products and services.
Hair removal is one of those products that’s getting a lot of attention.
Hair care, facial hair removal, even skin care, are all products that are considered unnecessary in a world that’s so busy, people can’t be bothered to do much.
But is hair removal really necessary?
It depends on who you ask.
The experts on the topic agree that removing hair from one’s head and scalp is not always necessary.
A study conducted in the U.K. found that people who had their hair shaved had a 25 percent lower risk of developing dementia.
A 2015 study in Sweden found that removing a hair from a person’s scalp increased the risk of dementia by about 20 percent.
But hair removal isn’t always a good idea.
Experts in hair care say there are things you can do to prevent hair loss and increase your overall quality of life.
Here are some tips to keep your hair from getting too messy.
Tips to keep hair from going to waste