It is obvious that during combing and running the hands through one’s hair, physical damage is likely to occur. These actions also tend to create an electrostatic charge on the hair, and it is of interest whether or not the physical wear and the electrostatic charge are related, or if charge has been created by other mechanism. The presence of this static charge in the real world is a major problem concerning hair manageability, flyaway behavior, feel, and appearance so understanding the mechanisms behind charge buildup, and how to control it, is a focal point in designing effective hair care products such as conditioner.
Normal Load Hair Sample Human Hair Electrostatic Charge Charge Mobility
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