by Daniel Laberge
Human grooming

Hair and fur

«Why is no one looking for a cure?

 Surely baldness is due to some

hygiene or care problem.»

I found this remark scribbled  in a dermatology book
from the library.

Main folds on the top of the scalp

Front top view

VERTICAL FOLDS

HORIZONTAL FOLDS

Vertical folds on the top of the scalp
Horizontal folds on the top of the scalp

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These folds go up and down your body
and form a square pattern
at the top of your head

These folds circle your waist, neck and
all your articulations.
They form this concentric pattern
at the top of your scalp.

Main folds on the back of the scalp

Back view

VERTICAL
FOLDS

HORIZONTAL
FOLDS

Vertical and horizontal folds on the back of the scalp

The folds on the back of the scalp
form a simple pattern.

Lack of grooming and hair loss

Not genetic, nor hereditary or hormonal

The crusted scalp

Dandruff

Baldness

Humans have more hair follicles
than chimpanzees

How to groom your scalp

A plane surface

Superficial grooming all over

Grooming your head with two hands

Place your hands on each side of your head

Mapping your head

Applying pressure
on folds and crossings

Special care for balding areas

Grooming your scalp under the shower

The hair follicle

Hair follicle

How sebum is released

Nail action on sebum glands

Grooming frees the sebum.

Follicle versatility

Free your follicles

Your nails as a comb

Experiences and theories

Fear of damage while grooming

My experience with my eyebrows

The curly hair theory

Conclusions