How to Reduce Hair Fall using a Chlorine Filter

By Sheetal Rawal

Hair fall, early greying and itchy, dandruff-prone hair are becoming more and more prevalent in women. A large contributing factor to these hair conditions is exposure to harsh chemicals which compromise the hair follicles. One may encounter these chemicals in haircare products containing SLS chemicals, parabens, petrochemicals and other harmful substances. Further, the quality of water used to wash one’s hair plays an imperative role in its appearance.

In this episode of the podcast, Sheetal will share with you a simple tip to promote healthy hair by ensuring that the water you wash your hair with is clean and of the best quality possible. Often, changes in one’s environment such as moving to a new country and experiencing different quality off water can cause excess hair loss. Using a chlorine filter in the shower can help prevent this and promote healthy hair. This filter is small and extremely easy to install and use. Furthermore, follow up with a natural, time-tested ingredients-based haircare routine to take continuous and proper care of your hair.

In addition to this tip, Apsara’s Rosemary and Amla hair care routine is free of harsh chemicals, gentle and effective in improving the quality and natural glow of your hair.

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Check out a video on how to follow Apsara's Rosemary and Amla hair care routine for the best results!



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