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Excessive hair fall, dry and damaged hair after re-bonding, take regular head bath. Tips to retain hair?

hi,i m a 22 yr old girl.i got my rebonding done twice in 2 weeks successively cause of ineffective straightening of my hair in the first sitting........ever since then,i ve been witnessing excessive hair fall with immensely dry and damaged hair.....whtz worse is that owing to humid weather these days,i have to shampoo my hair daily cause of an excessively oily scalp that otherwise gets dirty soon and in the process i loose lots of strands of hair every time i shampoo them..........please help me!!suggest me the prper treatment to retain the health n growth of my dry,dead hair n scalp!!
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there. To be specific & to the point & at the risk of getting fast tracked on the 'unpopularity' ratings with you, Please Stop all you have been doing. Straightening of hair & Shampooing daily are both not desireable activities. Avoid handling your hair too much for awhile. Allow things to settle down. Use a broad toothed comb. Eat a diet rich in trace elements like silica, magnesium, biotin etc eg brocolli et al & you may take specially formulated hair supplements containing these substances to boost the system. Plenty of fluids & relaxation & sleep, avoid stressors or handle them accordingly. These are a few general suggestions. For a more personalised consultation, feel free to call or consult privately with any dermatologist nearest you or do ping your location & will be happy to suggest one. Cheers & Good luck...wish you a good hair day!
Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD
Dermatologist, Cosmetologist, Venereologist
Vikram Hospital, Bangalore, India
Answered: Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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