When hair changes, it's a strong indicator of our body’s deficiencies, which can be caused by a number of factors, like:
Nutritional deficiencies affect pigmentation. When we lack certain nutrients, the body sends us signals that we can feel and see (such as greying hair) as a sign that we need to realign.
In life we come in contact with elements that make us feel good, but may be hard for the body to combat. Habits such as smoking, environmental pollutants and other substances can disrupt the antioxidant balance.
real life stress
Cells that are responsible for hair color production can be depleted when the body is under stress. The stress of what we may encounter in life could be just as erosive, adopting proactive solutions can preserve the body's valuable resources for more important matters, like hair color!
chemical hair dyes & hair products
The use of hair products and hair colors that contain harmful ingredients can decrease Melanin. These ingredients can be hard to avoid, but it's best to be informed about what you are using for cleansing, styling or coloring. Once we become aware of these facts we can choose healthier options, but it's equally important to focus on repairing damage from the inside out.
Looking at the people in our family tree will be the best way to predict what we are likely to see happen to our own hair color. When we are likely to turn grey, where we may see our first grey hair or how quickly our hair will turn grey. The earlier we know, the earlier we can start a preventative routine.
Over half of the causes of grey hair relate to things that we have within our daily control. Arey gives us the opportunity to proactively address the deficiencies that can cause grey.
Vitamins B6 and B9 optimize body function, setting a foundation for the formula's other ingredients to take effect.
Vitamin B5 promotes cell turnover and Selenium builds a defense against free radicals.
Vitamin B12 and Fo-ti fuel Melanin production, while Iron supports the production of red blood cells.
Paba, Vitamin D & Copper help to protect hair from premature grey, while Vitamin B7 improves the protein structure of hair.