Hair fall control
The loss of hair (alopecia) is a natural phenomenon in all hair-baring animals that normally occurs during the hair growth cycle. It is estimated that most individuals (assuming they have a full head of hair) lose about 100 scalp hairs over a 24-hour period. Hair loss can become a cosmetic problem when it occurs in the wrong place at the wrong time in the wrong individual. True hair loss should be distinguished from damage to the hair shaft, which may cause breakage close to the scalp. This sort of damage is most often caused by exogenous chemicals used to alter the physical characteristics of the hair shaft (hair dye, etc.), but certain genetic diseases can alter its strength and durability.
Dandruff, known as seborrhea in the medical community, is a form of eczema that occurs in areas of the body that produce a lot of oil. Although dandruff can appear on many different parts of the body including chest and face, most people associate it with the scalp. Although it’s not dangerous to your health, dandruff can limit your wardrobe and make you feel self-conscious about the way you look. Dandruff flakes are highly visible in dark hair and on top of dark clothes.