Wet Hair Tutorial | Maryam Maquillage
- Nov 29, 2019
Does Wet Hair Really Give You a Cold? We Have the Answer
So first things first: Is it all just a beauty myth? An old wives’ tale? According to Adam Simon, MD, chief medical officer atPush Doctor(a rather handy new digital GP service), the short answer is yes.
“You can’t catch a cold from leaving the house with wet hair—let’s put that one to bed once and for all,” he tells us.
So why do so many people believe it might be true? “Some studies have suggested that a lower body temperature could trigger a cold virus that’s already in your body,” Simon notes. “But the only way you can actually ‘catch’ a cold is by being infected with a virus.”
Just to be on the safe side, we also enquired about the ways in which wearemost likely to catch a bug this winter, since air-drying our hair to our heart’s content is now on the safe list.
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