HOW TO OVERCOME GRAY HAIR WITHOUT DYEING

4 months ago

When a person has some white or gray hair, does that mean they are old? It's not always true that gray or white hair means someone is old, because some people's hair turns gray at a young age.

As you age, the tiny holes on your head where hair grows (follicles) will lose their ability to produce the color pigment a.k.a melanin, causing your hair to turn white or gray. Usually, this begins at the age of 35 years and over.

But in some cases, even in their teens or twenties, there are also those who already have white hair or gray hair. What caused it?

1. Genetic factor

If your parents or family have a history of gray hair at a young age, it is likely that this will also happen to you and cannot be avoided.

2. Health factor

Thyroid and auto-immune disorders are health disorders that cause hair to lose the pigment melanin, which gives hair its color.

3. Nutritional factor

Lack of vitamin B12 intake can weaken hair cells and reduce the production of melanin which is the cause of gray hair.

4. Stress

Stress can reduce the growth of cells that are responsible for giving color to hair. When production is inhibited, it can cause the appearance of white hair.

One way to deal with gray hair is to color or dye the hair. In addition to dyeing your hair, you can also try some of the following natural ways:

  • Treating hair with a mixture of coconut oil and lemon juice

Mix 2 tablespoons of lemon and 2 tablespoons of coconut oil and heat it. Apply on the scalp while massaging and also on the hair strands for a few minutes. Leave it for 30 minutes, then wash your hair with shampoo.

  • Shampooing with black tea

Soak 3-5 tea bags in two cups of boiling water. Then, cool and pour into clean, still wet hair. Leave it for 30 minutes before rinsing.

So that hair does not go gray easily, avoid stress, stop smoking and fulfill the body's nutrition properly. Good luck!