Grey Hair Treatment: Is There a Cure?
This is a question that has plagued me since I was 30. Yes, I started to grow gray hair at age 30! Now, at age 33, I have a few more that creep through and that is when it’s time for me to go get my highlights done! I was thinking the other day….when you just can’t get to the hair salon, could there be a way to rid yourself of gray hairs naturally? Does a grey hair treatment really exist?
First off, where do gray hairs come from? Your kids, your mate….stress? Maybe…gray hair results when there is a lack of melanin in the hair, which gives it color. Age is not always a factor for developing gray hair. Even children can get it! The biggest factor for getting gray hair is heredity. If your mom or dad had gray hair, you probably will too. Now that we know why we have it….what is there to do?
Grey Hair Treatment: Toxic Hair Dyes
Many women use hair color to cover their gray. Have you ever thought about what’s in your hair dye? Commercial hair color is incredibly toxic and linked to hair loss and cancer! Hair dyes contain chemical ingredients that have already been banned in Europe. So why are they still in hair dyes in the U.S? In fact, many people attribute Jackie Kennedy’s lymphoma and eventual demise to the fact that she continually dyed her hair throughout her life. To make matters worse, darker colors are more dangerous.
Click on the link below to see an informative video about toxic hair dye.
So what are your options? I use organic hair color, which might not be available in your area. I did a little research and turns out there are natural ways to prevent gray hair. These include changes to your diet and topical solutions which use common household ingredients. It’s easier than you think to combat gray hair! What methods have you used to cover your grays? Or have you come to terms with it and let the gray shine through? Leave your comments below.
Stay natural…stay beautiful…go green!
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