And pollution deriving from diesel car fumes and burning of fossil fuels leaving harmful pollutants in the air, which in turn, also damages hair growth proteins.
According to Longevita, people in urban areas are particularly vulnerable as dust and pollutants settle on the scalp, clogging the pores and depriving them of oxygen.
According to Prof. Dr Fuat Yuksel, a plastic surgeon at Longevita, climate change has a negative impact on skin health, as he said: “Warmer climates have increased the incidence of skin infections.
“Air pollutants can also trigger flare-ups of skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
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