There are 8 billion of you on the planet, each with your own hair.
So we can assume you all want to treat and care for your hair in
the same way, right? Yeah, that seemed off to us, too.
Call us crazy, but we think it takes more than just one or two
formulas to please all of those unique individuals. That’s where
we come into play.
We’re throwing out old approaches and old products—products
that smell the same, look the same, and are made for the same
people, with the same goals in mind.
With Ohadiya, you decide what goes into your ayurvedic formula
(and what doesn't) and what you get out of it. Because,
who knows what you need more than you?
Hair Anatomy & Physiology
When a healthy hair strand is observed under
a microscope, the three layers lay smoothly
over each other.
Your hair consists of three layers
cuticle, cortex, and medulla.
Different types of hair
Causes of itchy scalp
Finding the causes of an itchy scalp are also the key to finding the right itchy
scalp treatments. The major culprits when it comes to an itchy scalp are:
Dandruff, also known as seborrheic dermatitis, is one of the major itchy scalp
causes. Dandruff is often accompanied by itching, flaking, reddened skin, and
yellow or white scales.
This autoimmune disaster causes raised, reddish, scaly patches on your scalp
Also known as ringworm, this fungal infection can affect your scalp and even
dig deep into the hair follicles. The rash caused by this fungal infection appears
raised with black dots or has a stubbly appearance.
About Frizzy Hair
When your hair is damaged, dry or is put through chemicals,
the outer layer or cuticle rises making way for moisture to
enter the strand. The result of this is expansion and frizz. Frizzy
hair strands stick out from the rest of your hair. They refuse to
adopt the same texture as the remaining locks.
Types Of Frizzy Hair
Surface frizz, Halo frizz, Frizz at the ends, Pouf ball frizz
“A healthy scalp should be clear of flakes and irritation or
redness, and it should be free of dryness, or any signs of
infection, or disruption of the skin on the scalp.” Any itchiness,
irritation or burning sensations might be signs of an
Lifestyle affect your hair
Long, strong and shiny hair is almost everyone’s dream yet not
everyone is able to fulfill it. Of course, it’s important to keep your
scalp healthy, but it’s also critical to pay attention to your diet.
Take charge of hair health by eating well, reducing stress, and
quitting smoking. The health of your hair growth is similar. Even
though genetics and aging have influence over the growth rate,
strength and size of hair follicles; lifestyle factors play an
The best foods for healthy hair.
Eat your way to fuller, stronger hair:
Eggs for growth, Spinach and Other Dark Leafy Greens to battle
Brittle hair, Citrus Fruits to Get Your Dose of Vitamin C, Guava to
Prevent Breakage, Iron-Fortified Cereal to Prevent Loss, Lean
Poultry for Thickness, Sweet Potatoes to Fight Dull Locks,
Cinnamon for Circulation, Oysters for Fullness, Avacoda offers
Avoid foods that may worsen hair loss:
Sugar, High-Glycemic Index Foods, Alcohol, Diet Soda, Junk Food,
Raw Eggs Whites.