Homoeopathic skin and hair care use natural remedies to promote the health and appearance of skin and hair. Homeopathy is based on the principle that Similia similibus curenter”/ “like cures like,” which means that a substance that causes symptoms in a healthy person can be used to treat similar symptoms in a sick person. When used for skin and hair care, homeopathy aims to treat the root cause of the problem, rather than just the symptoms.

Homeopathy offers a natural and holistic approach to skin and hair care. It uses remedies made from natural substances like plants, minerals, and animal products to address various skin and hair conditions. Some common issues for which homeopathy is used include acne, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, wrinkles, dandruff, and hair loss.

Homeopathic remedies are selected based on the unique needs and symptoms of each individual. They are personalized to the individual’s health, lifestyle, and environment. Unlike many commercial products, homeopathic treatments do not contain harmful chemicals, synthetic fragrances, or other harsh ingredients, making them ideal for those with sensitive or easily irritated skin.

Homeopathic skin and hair care also involve making lifestyle changes, such as adopting a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, reducing stress, and avoiding harmful chemicals. By addressing the underlying cause of skin and hair issues, homeopathic treatments offer long-lasting and natural solutions.

Overall, homoeopathic skin and hair care offers a natural, gentle, and personalized approach to promoting healthy and beautiful skin and hair.

The normal cycle of hair growth lasts for 2 to 6 years. Each hair grows approximately 1 centimetre (less than half an inch) per month during this phase. About 90 percent of the hair on your scalp is growing at any one time. About 10 percent of the hair on your scalp, at any one time, is in a resting phase. After 2 to 3 months, the resting hair falls out and new hair starts to grow in its place, so please don’t panic if you have minimal hair loss of 50 to 100 strands of hair in a day.
It is normal to shed some hair each day as part of this cycle. However, some people may experience excessive (more than normal) hair loss. Hair loss of this type can affect men, women, and children.
Hair loss
A number of things can cause excessive hair loss. For example, about 3 or 4 months after an illness or a major surgery, you may suddenly lose a large amount of hair. This hair loss is related to the stress of the illness and is temporary. This will get repaired once you get back to normal. Hormonal problems may cause hair loss. If your thyroid gland is overactive or underactive, your hair may fall out. This hair loss usually can be helped by treating thyroid disease. Hair loss may occur if male or female hormones, known as androgens and estrogens, are out of balance. Correcting the hormone imbalance may stop your hair loss. Many women notice hair loss about three months after they’ve had a baby. This loss is also related to hormones. During pregnancy, high levels of certain hormones cause the body to keep hair that would normally fall out. When the hormones return to pre-pregnancy levels, that hair falls out, and the normal cycle of growth and loss starts again. Some medicines can cause hair loss. This type of hair loss improves when you stop taking the medicine. Medicines that can cause hair loss include blood thinners (also called anticoagulants), medicines used for gout, medicines used in chemotherapy to treat cancer, vitamin A (if too much is taken), birth control pills, and antidepressants. Certain infections can cause hair loss. Fungal infections of the scalp can cause hair loss in children. Finally, hair loss may occur as part of an underlying disease, such as lupus or diabetes. Since hair loss may be an early sign of a disease, it is important to find the cause so that it can be treated. Hair loss, also known as alopecia, is the loss of hair from any part of the body, but most commonly from the scalp. It may be temporary or permanent and can occur for a variety of reasons, including genetics, age, hormonal changes, medical conditions, medications, and certain hairstyles or treatments. Hair loss can result in a range of conditions from thinning to baldness and can affect both men and women. Please understand if hair roots are completely damaged no medicine can rejuvenate it. Please don’t fall prey for false claims.
Having said that if you have undamaged hair root homoeopathic constitutional internal medicine along with our herbal hair pack, Srihaar hair oil and Srihaar shampoo has worked wonders.
Premature greying of hair
In general, human hair loses its natural colour as we age, and greying hair is regarded as an indication of aging. Greying of the hair is a natural biological phenomenon in human beings. In general, greying of the hair starts when an individual crosses the age of 35–40 years, and hence, greying of the hair after 40 years is considered a normal phenomenon. But when the hair starts greying before a person reaches 35 years of age, then it is considered premature greying of the hair. For black and lustrous hair, internal nutrition plays a vital role, along with taking care of the hair externally. Premature greying, also known as premature greying, refers to the early onset of grey hair before the age of 30. It is a condition that can be caused by a number of factors such as genetic predisposition, stress, hormonal imbalances, poor nutrition, and certain medical conditions. In Coimbatore Tirupur Avinashi area pre mature greying is seen abundantly. High fluoride amount and excessive hardness of ground water is speculated to be the reason for that. Premature greying can have a significant impact on a person’s self-esteem, particularly if it starts at a young age. While there is no permanent cure for premature greying, there are various treatments that can help slow down or even reverse the process, Constitutional homoeopathic medicine, Our Nanas herbal hair dyes, supplements, and lifestyle changes.

Dandruff is a common scalp condition characterized by flaking of the skin on the scalp. This flaking is caused by an accumulation of dead skin cells that are shed from the scalp. Dandruff can be caused by a variety of factors including dry scalp, oily scalp, fungal infections, and skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Common symptoms of dandruff include itchy scalp, white or yellow flakes on the scalp and hair, and redness or inflammation of the scalp. Treatment options for dandruff along with internal constitutional homoeopathic include Srihaar medicated shampoos, Nanas herbal hair pack and using Srihaar herbal hair oil regularly. The regular use of the ”Hair care Trios” have shown very effective results for treating dandruff . Other lifestyle changes that may help manage dandruff include washing your hair regularly, avoiding harsh shampoos or styling products, and keeping your scalp moisturized by oiling with Srihaar oil.

Split hair
“Splitting of hairs at the ends” is also known as trichotillomania. Blow dryers, curling irons, and straightening irons Hair colouring products, etc., can cause split ends. Exposure to the sun also contributes to frizzy hair, resulting in split ends.
We at Nanas Homoeo Medical Centre have done a good study about the hair and its degradation over generations and have a specially formulated range of hair care products under the brand name Srihaar. Our Srihaar range of hair care products gives you efficient treatment with excellent and astonishing results for hair fall, dandruff, premature greying, and split hairs to make you naturally beautiful and make you more confident by boosting your self-esteem.
Skin diseases-
The skin is the largest organ of the body, with a total area of about 20 square feet. The skin protects us from microbes and the elements, helps regulate body temperature, and permits the sensations of touch, heat, and cold. Skin has three layers: The epidermis, the outermost layer of skin, provides a waterproof barrier and creates our skin tone. The dermis, beneath the epidermis, contains tough connective tissue, hair follicles, and sweat glands. The deeper subcutaneous tissue (hypodermis) is made of fat and connective tissue. The skin’s color is created by special cells called melanocytes, which produce the pigment melanin. Melanocytes are located in the epidermis.

Psoriasis: Psoriasis is a common skin condition that causes skin redness and irritation. Most people with psoriasis have thick, red skin with flaky, silver-white patches called scales. Psoriasis is very common. Anyone can get it, but it most commonly begins between ages 15 and 35. It is not contagious. You cannot spread it to others. Psoriasis seems to be passed down through families. Usually, skin cells grow deep in the skin and rise to the surface about once a month. In persons with psoriasis, this process is too fast. Dead skin cells build up on the skin’s surface. The following may trigger an attack of psoriasis or make the condition more difficult to treat: Bacteria or viral infections, including strep throat and upper respiratory infections, Dry air or dry skin, Injury to the skin, including cuts, burns, and insect bites Some medicines, including antimalaria drugs, beta-blockers, and lithium, Stress, Too little sunlight, too much sunlight (sunburn), Too much alcohol Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin condition that causes skin cells to grow too rapidly, leading to thick, red, scaly patches. The most common type of psoriasis is plaque psoriasis, which appears as raised, red patches covered with a silvery white buildup of dead skin cells. Psoriasis can occur anywhere on the body, but it’s most commonly found on the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back. The cause of psoriasis is not fully understood, but it is believed to be related to genetics and the immune system. There is no cure for psoriasis, but homeopathic treatments can help manage symptoms very effectively and control flare-ups. Effective homoeopathic medicine even increase the  interval between attack to years.  Effective treatment helps in cutting down the progressing the disease to multi systemic disease.

Pimples/acne: Acne (acne vulgaris, common acne) is a disease of the hair follicles of the face, chest, and back that affects almost all males and females during puberty, with the only exception being teenage members of a few primitive isolated tribes living in Neolithic societies. It is not caused by bacteria, although bacteria play a role in its development. It is not unusual for some women to develop acne in their mid- to late-20s. Acne appears on the skin as congested pores (‘comedones’), also known as blackheads or whiteheads, tender red bumps also known as pimples or zits, pustules, and occasionally as cysts (deep pimples, boils).

Dry skin (xeroderma): dry skin is a very common skin problem and is often worse during the winter when environmental humidity is low (i.e., ‘winter itch’). It can occur at all ages and in people with or without other skin problems. Dry skin very commonly produces itching, which can be severe and interfere with sleep and other daily activities. Repeated rubbing and scratching can produce areas of thickened, rough skin (lichenification). Dry, thickened skin can crack, especially in areas subject to chronic trauma (e.g., hands and feet), causing painful cracks in the skin (fissures). Dry skin and scratching may result in dermatitis when the skin becomes red (inflamed) in addition to dry and scaly. Round, scaly, itchy, red patches scattered over the legs, arms, and trunk (numerical eczema) may also appear. The appearance of yellow crusts or pus in these areas indicates that a bacterial infection is developing.

Eczema (or dermatitis) is the term for a group of medical conditions that cause the skin to become inflamed or irritated. The most common type of eczema is known as atopic dermatitis, or atopic eczema. Atopic refers to a group of diseases with an often inherited tendency to develop other allergic conditions, such as asthma and fever. There are different types of dermatitis, like photodermatitis caused by the sun or radiation, allergic contact dermatitis due to allergens, etc.