Body care has its origins in the land of Cleopatra. In Egyptian culture special cares were devoted to the body and its beauty had its remedies in the plant world. Hair, like skin, were the subject of care for both women and men: the men wore short hair and women long hair while the priests shaved them as a sign of purity. In the history and mythology references to the hair as the seat of strength, energy, fertility and virility are countless and we actually find them in all cultures. Indeed, the hair has been always seen as something precious and irreplaceable, a constitutive element of the identity of each person and means of specific social messages.
To understand how to keep them strong and healthy it is essential to know how they are made and what structures are involved in their growth.
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