A new study has revealed the strangest cause of baldness, namely that common pollutants in the air can cause hair loss and loss, and slow its growth.
The study showed that dust and fuel particles on scalp cells reduce the levels of 4 key proteins in the scalp responsible for hair growth. The study also showed that the higher the number of airborne particles, the greater the impact, especially with those living in or near industrial cities, the greater their risk of baldness. This study is the first of its kind to reveal the relationship between airborne pollutants and their relationship to hair loss and loss. Lead researcher Hyuck Chul Kwon said at the 28th European Conference on Dermatology in Madrid that the results of the study require further research to confirm the impact of pollutants to see how quickly this affects people who are regularly exposed to pollutants in their lives. On a daily basis.
The researcher added that it is possible to assume that air pollution levels can lead to baldness, but more research is needed to confirm this.