I have been plagued with white hair ever since I turned 40. I know I know I a still one of the lucky ones since I know a girl in my hight school as young as 14 who had whites in her hair.
The greying of the hair, after all, is a sign of aging – and you like most people want to look youthful.
Looking and being old – through it has some advantages. My vanity would not permit me to age all too soon. That is why, when I was told that there is this new breakthrough product that would bring back my original hair color. I jumped at the chance to witness it`s launching.
Want to know more about this product that promises to bring back the black? Read on!
When you look in the mirror and see your first strands of grey hair, do you feel disheartened? Exasperated even? The greying of hair, after all, is a sign of aging– and you like most people want to look youthful. Looking and being old – though it has some advantages (e.g., people would think you are wiser) – is, more often than not, associated with frailty and bodily deterioration. Being frail is something you are not – and would not want to be perceived as – when you are in your mid 30’s, which is the average age when hair starts to turn grey.
Aging is a natural process that cannot be reversed or stopped. Until recently, the only way to deal with unwanted grey hair is to cover it by using hair dye or by shaving it. What causes grey hair? The pigment that gives color to human skin, eyes and hair is called melanin. As we grow old, the build-up of hydrogen peroxide in our hair follicles causes oxidative stress. This inhibits the production of melanin by the color-producing cells called melanocytes. Without melanin, there is absence of color. Thus, our hair stands turn grey. The time when our hair turns grey is dictated by our genetics and other hereditary factors. Greying of hair can also be caused by stress, smoking, virtiligo, thyroid disease, lack of proper diet, and Vitamin B12 deficiency. It can also be caused by medications or treatments like chemotherapy. Is there a way to stop the greying of hair? Yes, there is now a way to stop the greying of hair and bring back its natural color.
Dermpharma Inc, the company behind the phenomenal Minoxidil Regroe Hair Regrowth Treatment, recently launched another breakthrough product aptly called GREY AWAY. This product stops the greying of hair and brings back the natural color of hair by stimulating the production of melanin, the pigment that gives hair its color. Grey Away Anti-Grey Hair Treatment is a scientific breakthrough in hair color restoration. It contains Melitane®, a biomimetic polypeptide that stimulates melanin production; and EMortal Pep™, a 4-amino acid polypeptide that promotes hair growth. After spraying, Grey Away penetrates deep down into the hair roots and induces the maturity and activity of melanocytes at the hair bulge stem cell region. The matured melanocytes migrate to the hair bulb and induce the synthesis of melanin. The melanin is exported to the keratinocytes, which starts the pigmentation of the hair follicle from its root–restoring the natural color of your hair.
How do you use Grey Away? Grey Away is easy to use. Just follow these steps:
1. Clean your hair by either taking a shower or rubbing your scalp with a cotton ball soaked in scalp cleanser or Alcohol.
2. Dry you hair thoroughly.
3. Part your hair and spray Grey Away directly to your scalp.
4. Massage your scalp gently and let it dry.
5. Repeat the process twice daily, preferably one in the morning and one at night. By following these steps meticulously and strictly, you will see your grey hair turn to its natural color in less than 2 months.
Continuous use of Grey Away is essential to keep grey hair away and keep the natural color of your hair. Grey Away Anti-Grey Hair Treatment is available in leading drugstores and department stores.
With Grey Away Anti-Grey Hair Treatment, the greying of hair is a thing of the past. People will still be second-guessing about your age, but it is now something to smile about. Start looking young even when you are past 50. Say your goodbyes “Grey hair, go away!”