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Does constant moisturisation of the skin lead to hair loss?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 00:16:21    Popularity:     

Tags: skin  moisturisation  constant  loss  hair  

My mum has always told me that she always applies dove lotion her skin and now she no longer has any hair on her body where she constantly applied it on - I was wondering if that trait (lack of body hair) is caused by moisturisation of if it's just i

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Your skin has nothing to do with YOUR HEAD HAIR, since the hair you see is DEAD.

BUT, too much putting oil or any hair products on your hair and they're not being washed, they will start to thin.

"You find people oiling hair every single day, the hair sweats and it doesn’t get washed. What do you think happens? It goes limp and becomes thin because it is not breathing,” Shamillah Mohammed, a hairstylist at SUQA, says.

On page 83, a book called 'Me, My Hair & I' edited by Elizabeth Benedict, she wrote: "I knew my hair is thinning . . ." then she mentioned she had been using amla hair oil. GO FIGURE!

MEDICATIONS, supplements, birth control pills, ALL HAVE SIDE effects, that can cause hair to fall out.

Some women do not have underarm hair, pubes, legs hair, arms hair. My sister for instance, she plucked her eyebrows when she was 17. Her hair never grow back. My mom used to pluck her underarm hair, they never grow back. She doesn't have legs, or other body hair, but she's got pubes & lots of head hair. Both sister & mom have breasts cancer.

Moisturizer has nothing to do with body hair.

No, products applied to the skin to add moisture have little or nothing to do with hair loss.

Is it possible your mom's entered menopause? That causes loss of body hair. Many woman find the hair on arms and legs all but disappears, for instance.

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