Unisex silk lined beanie - combats hair loss and frizzy hair - navy blue
No Friction /Prevents Hair Loss/ Reduces Frizzy Hair /Split Ends/ Versatile• Reduce loss of hair – Being a friction-free material, silk ensures the hair follicle isn’t torn out when you wear the beanie, thus preventing stray hairs inside the hat. Sufferers of alopecia can be greatly benefitted
(1)• Excellent quality – The White Lotus Silk lined beanie is of the best quality as it is made using thick 19 momme silks and acryllic shell, which imparts robustness and longevity. Rest assured it won’t get discolored, snag, or rip anytime soon.• Guarantees discretion - The beanie can be bought in different colors, and looks like any other quality hat, so you don’t have to feel embarrassed or awkward. To maintain discretion, we have ensured the hat is logo-free.• Scalp dryness reduced – Silk can form a powerful barrier, thus halting the loss of moisture from hair and scalp. This prevents overly dry skin, so you don’t need to worry about dry scalps and damaged hair
(2)• Less odors – Excessive sweating not only releases unwanted smells from the scalp, but it leads to growth of bacteria and fungi, which causes infections and other problems. However, silk is a breathable fabric that reduces odors due to sweating.The White Lotus Silk lined beanie addresses common conditions of scalp such as dryness, sweating, odors, thinning hair, and much more. It is a unisex and versatile accessory.Friction-free liningSince the silk beanie doesn’t cause friction, hat hairs are drastically reduced. Moreover, the silk proteins adhere to the hair keratin to straighten and strengthen hair, so you don’t have to deal with excessive frizzy hairs or split ends.Soothes irritated scalpThis beanie prevents itchy scalps as it reduces dryness. Silk can treat a variety of skin conditions as it has a healing effect.Say goodbye to unpleasant odorsToo much sweating gives rise to unpleasant odors on the scalp, but this is a breathable material, which helps to prevent this discomforting problem.So what are you waiting for? Please place your order right away
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