Gray Hair No More

Monday, October 14, 2013

Grey Hair

For millennia grey hair has been accepted as a normal part of aging. However, a new epidemic seems to be happening in our culture . . . that of premature grey hair. This, along with our increasing desire to stay youthful and beautiful as long as possible, has brought on a deep desire to find a grey hair remedy that works and maybe even a way to eliminate grey hair permanently. As demand always produces supply, it looks as if scientist have finally found the answer. . .
Another thing that can cause your hair to turn gray early is your diet. If you eat a proper diet, it might be possible for you to forestall grey hair. The cells in your hair follicles that produce melanin need the proper nutrients to stay healthy and produce the melanin needed for dark hair coloring. This includes nutrients like iron and Vitamin B. Therefore if your diet is filled with low nutrient foods like junk foods, you may go gray much earlier than you need to.
DO leave some of your natural grey in. A less drastic approach is to leave some of the grey in your hair. The hair color can be "Combed" through the hair. Leave more grey hair around the sides and temples. This method will decrease the appearance of grey hair, but it will not remove all of it. This is also low maintenance, because you will not see much of an outgrowth as your hair grows in.
Grey hair causes dread among most people and they wish for some magical cure to get rid of the grey hair or even reverse the process. There are a number of ways in which graying can be arrested. Read on for more.
Although there are many products on the market to help you combat grey hairs, these are aimed towards covering up the gray rather than reversing it. Grey hair is a biological process so the quickest way to deal with it is by using color to cover it up.
Greying Hair is a naturally occurring phenomenon that inevitably happens to all of us at one point or another, preferably later than sooner, but what exactly causes grey hair and can it be stopped once it starts?
The biggest dilemma is how to grow out the grey hair once you have colored it. Every hairdresser I have ever consulted has always told me the same thing "you don't want to let your grey hair grow in, you'll look older". This is yet another creative challenge for hair colorists and chemists. Come up with a product to color hair grey.
Thanks for the advice. I am only 17 and I have a lot of grey hairs and I was wondering what was going on. I talked to my doctor and he said that I was nothing to worry about. However, I had a feeling he did not know what he was talking about. I am definitely going to look into B-12 deficiency. Thanks a lot. I greatly appreciate the information.
Grey hair dye is a way to keep our hair a solid grey color. The color of our hair is one way in which people determine how old we are. So why would we want to go grey? There are many reasons. Some people want grey hair because they believe it makes them look refined and distinguished. Like it or not, our hair is slowly growing grey and white as we age. Rather than fighting this trend with hair dyes to conceal the effects of aging, some choose to embrace change and aging by using grey hair dye to give themselves a nice uniform grey. This is a great alternative to repeatedly dyeing your hair to fight the appearance of aging. And having grey hair can actually be good for your pocket book. There is a perception that older people are wise and therefore their judgment and opinions should be given greater weight. There are other people that just want to use grey hair dye because they like the look of grey hair.

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