Hair is the main human body part that persistently develops, goes into resting phase, and phenomenally develops again all through life. Trichologist in Abu Dhabi tells that all body hairs develop at about a similar rate, however they fluctuate in the length of their development time. Eyelash hair and lower arm hair have a short life cycle of a month or less. Head hair develops for two to six years before it shrinks at its base and drops out, and soon thereafter the hair follicle rests for around three months and afterward rouses itself for another development period.

  • HAIR GROWTH AND ANATOMY by a Trichologist in Abu Dhabi

  • Between 50 and 80 hairs a day are shed normally. Shedding increments in spring and fall.
  • Women’s hair grow quickly than men’s hair.
  • Hair growth increases between ages 15 and 30, with a sharp decrease between ages 50 and 60.
  • Hair grows 1/72 inch for each day, or about ½ inch every month.
  • The normal head has around 100,000 hair follicles, which can develop numerous hairs.
  • 85 percent of hairs on the head are in their development stage at any given time.
  • The specialized term for hair on the head is capilli.
  • The outer hair layer is the cuticle (straightforward, covering cells); the center layer is the cortex (wellspring of quality, flexibility, and shade); the deepest layer is the medulla.


  • HAIR COLOR facts by a Trichologist in Abu Dhabi
  • Hair gets its shading from the pigment called melanin, a similar operator that provides the color to the skin and eyes.
  • The shading is contained in the hair shaft or the cortex, which is in the center layer of a hair.
  • Hair is to a great extent made out of the protein keratin; artificially, dull hair has more carbon and less oxygen than lighter hair.
  • Color is the component that is inherited, alongside the degree and timing of turning grey.
  • Grey hair is not by any means dark, yet is a nonappearance of shading in the hair shaft, making it white or obscure.
  • Greying for the most part begins at the hairline and advances toward the back of the head.
  • Grey un pigmented hairs have a tendency to be coarser than hued hairs.
  • Hair shading can be changed and improved with different dyes that you may choose, yet dyed hair is around 10 percent weaker than untreated hair.
  • Brushing can regulate regular oils and include sheen, or make hair shinier.

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