Hair color is determined by the amount of melanin produce in the follicle cells. Unlike the movies would like us to believe, hair will not turn fright-white overnight or gray prematurely due to stress
Restoring vitality and color to your strands
A man’s hair color is determined by the amount of melanin produced in his follicle cells. Pigmentation production slows down and often ceases completely with genetically reprogrammed hair aging, so eventually hair strands become characteristically colorless, or white. Hereditary determines why one man will gray at twenty-nine and another man at seventy-four.
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