UAE: Do you wear the Hijab? : 4 things that can risk your health and the planet if you don't take proper action (Number 4 would shock most people!)

The Hijab has become more popular each day as more Muslim women make the choice to express their understanding of their faith. But we need to take some precautions as to ensure the journey is not only a rewarding experience for the soul, but also for the mind and body. Here are four things you need to be aware of while you're wearing the Hijab.

1. Poor temperature regulation on the Head

The keratin in human hair is a very good heat insulator. The head is designed to trap heat. But with the hijab the head is not able to regulate the temperature efficiently. Especially if you are wearing cotton underscarves. Although cotton is usually a cooling fabric, but it only has a Thermal Conductivity rating of 0.4, meaning it can only transfer 40% of heat on it.

A prolonged use over time can cause overheating, which may lead to Hijab Headaches, Nausea, or even Heat Stroke. Hijabis need to ensure their fabrics for hijabs can regulate heat efficiently.

2. Over sweating around the scalp

A covered head would sweat twice as much as an uncovered one. When the sweat and moisture is trapped underneath the hijab, it could cause itchiness, dandruff and hair fall.

A hijabi would need use quick drying and sweat wicking fabrics to ensure a healthier scalp.

3. Bacterial growth on the head

According to studies by the Wyss Institute and Harvard Medical School, hot and humid conditions are ideal for bacterial reproduction. Don't be surprised because the head is the best place for bacteria to spread and reproduce especially when your Hijab has no antibacterial properties.

Bacteria that spreads on moist cotton hijabs or underscarves are called Micro coccus. It can cause skin allergy attacks, as well as skin infections. It is worse if the bacteria causing Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) invades your body system. This bacterium is difficult to treat because it can withstand most of the existing antibiotics.

We may feel that this is not going to happen to us, but we expose ourselves, our family and children to the risk of infection because without our knowledge the bacteria is spreading, especially when we wash and mix with our children's clothing.

 4. Cotton and Viscose is treated using dangerous chemicals

The commonly used material for scarves and underscarves in the market are made from cotton viscose. Viscose is a cheap alternative to silk. It is a material that is fragile. To make sure it can last, it is treated with chemicals that are usually harmful. These are:

i. Caustic soda - an ingredient in floor cleaners,

ii. Ammonia - an active ingredient in chemical fertilizers, long term exposure to small amounts of ammonia can cause damage to the skin and eyes

iii. Acetone - a solvent in paints, long-term exposure can cause damage to the skin and nerves

Iv. Sulfuric acid - an acid as well as a carcinogen, according to the US Center for Disease Control, long-term exposure to sulfuric acid can cause cancer

Did you know that most viscose fabric manufacturers are the leading cause of environmental pollution. The toxic substances they use are dumped into rivers and seas. According to The Dirty Fashion, environmental pollution caused by the manufacture of cotton viscose contributes to 63% of water pollution in Asia. Urska Trunks of the Changing Markets Foundation reports that environmental pollution is increasing year by year even though the plant is undergoing a certification process. 

Most cotton viscose veil wearers are unaware of this danger. They may feel that when washed, they are safe to use. But even after multiple wash, are we willing to take risks that harms us and our families? The problems caused by cotton viscose scarf are not immediately felt as they harm us and the environment in the long run. It is constantly underestimated and hidden from consumers in order to maximize profit.


Assalamualaikum all Hijabis

4 Reasons why you won't regret having INNERSEJUK: High tech DRICHILL underscarves and hijab.

We at INNERSEJUK have invented the DRICHILL technology Fabric so you can stay comfortable, cool, and dry all day.

Hijabis are among the bravest and most courageous women in the world. They uphold the needs of their Faith and Religion despite having to face daily challenges.

Do you want to be more comfortable, cool and dry all day? We at INNERSEJUK have created a solution to your problem.

Introducing INNERSEJUK underscarves and hijab made using DRICHILL technology.

The only brand in Malaysia that has been tested and recognized by the Ministry of Defense Malaysia, STRIDE, Mara University of Technology and Standard and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia (SIRIM). 

1. You will feel cooler

DRICHILL cloth has a thermal conductivity of 0.63, able to remove 63% of heat. This is the real way your head can be more comfortable. It has been proven in the labs of by the Ministry of Defense Malaysia.

2. You will feel dryer

Our material is sweat wicking and fast drying and can dry in less than 15 minutes.

3. Our material is anti-bacterial, non-toxic and non-cotton viscose

Meaning less risk of infection through bacterial growth under your hijab, and it is safer for the environment.

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Yes you heard it, if you're unhappy with the product, just return it with the original packaging within 30 days, unwashed unsoiled, and we will refund your money. And wherever you are, we will ship it to you for FREE. That's how much we believe in our product.

We have served more than 25,000 customers worldwide, and we want you to feel the luxury and comfort of our Underscarves.


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