As we age, so does our hair. Over time, the rate at which our bodies produce melanin (which makes hair pigment) slows down and can eventually even stop altogether, causing hair to lose color and appear gray.
In addition to the loss of pigmentation, gray hair is often frizzy and dry due to reduced oil production by the sebaceous glands in the hair follicles. Jonathan Soons, creative ambassador at principal, “Aging changes the texture of the hair causing it to become brittle, frizzy, and frizzy,” explains. Usually, the longer the hair, the more obvious this becomes.”
To deal with aging hair, early recommend switching your product. “Old hair can be more fragile, so use a gentle comb such as mantra (25 pounds). To help keep gray hair fresh and get rid of yellow tones, I swear by Revlon Professional Nutri 1002 Coloring Cream (£21). In addition to helping with color, it also acts as a mask to help moisturize the hair,” says early.