Structure of hair

  • A lot of my male friends do say that hair on their backs and chest often bothers them, especially hair that grows on the back and neck, because that is less accepted as an ideal aesthetic, even than a lot of chest hair, where it's expected to grow on men.Other than the very costly procedure of laser hair removal, what are some of the other options that men have for hair removal?  

    Well, in short, they have the same options that women have to remove hair on the most sought after spot on their body to get hair gone, their legs.There are special devices called epilators that work for both men and women to pull body hair out by its root, and make it more difficult for hair at those locations to grow back.Once the hair does grow back, especially after a few times around with  an epilator, it is very soft and finer than it was before, making it less noticeable and a heck of a lot more aesthetically pleasing.

    These epilators are primarily made for women, because that is their target market, but there are a few that are marketed for the removal of male hair as well, that are more distinctly engineered for coarser and harder to remove hairs.Hair loss is experienced by all of us at one or the other time. To know the causes of hair fall, it is very essential to know the structure of hair and its normal growth cycle.
    The hair on our scalp can be divided into two parts, the root and shaft. The root part of hair is in the skin (epidermis) of scalp. The hair root is surrounded by a pouch like structure called follicle. The base of hair root is in the shape of a bulb. This bulb is indented by capillaries and nerve fibers. The cells in the center of bulb divide. The newly divided hair cells push the previous cells up. More information on human hair wigs, please visit the website:


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