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Using a satin pillow case help you in preventing hair fall!

By Nirja Jaiswal | Hair Care Blog

Aug 20
FairFax Hair Energizer

Hey FairFaxFans,

Just getting through the week from Monday to Tuesday feels like we have won a small battle in the war against this week’s work, doesn’t it? Well, you’re not alone in the grind sista’! And to give you some respite, here comes the latest in our weekly series Tuesday Tips. As you know, every week on Tuesday, FairFax post a hair care tip that can help you take care of your hair.

We often ignore hair health which sooner than later leads to problems such as hair thinning, hair fall, dryness, itchy scalp, split ends, dandruff, slow growth … & many others. So it is important that you give your hair the love & care it deserves.

If you wake up & find a clump of hair on your pillow, today’s tip is a must follow one. A bunch of hair fallen during sleep will make you sit up in alarm – You might even lose some beauty sleep over it. It doesn’t matter what type of hair you have – curly or straight, long or short, thin & light or coarse & heavy, oily or dry, chemically treated or untouched – some hair care tips are universal.

Do you know that using a satin pillow case may help you in preventing hair fall, hair damage, split ends & hair breakage? For smooth, frizz-free hair & also to prevent hair breakage due to friction, use a soft satin pillow case. The softness of satin eliminates friction & protects your hair from damage when your hair rubs against the fabric. Silk or satin is non-absorbent & less stressful on hair. Cotton pillow cases on the other hand, have a rough texture that causes friction & steals moisture from your hair. This can cause frizz, tangled hair, hair breakage & hair fall.

Therefore ladies, switch from a cotton pillowcase to a silk or satin one. Your beauty sleep will truly result in beautiful hair. If you have any Tuesday

Tips of your own or a favorite tip/trick for avoiding excessive sweating in hair, feel free to share with FairFax in comments below.