What Causes Grey Hair?
Aug 22, 2022 | By Justine Ses
Like wrinkles, grey hairs are a visible sign of ageing—and let's be clear, there is nothing wrong with that. It's a part of life, and a beautiful piece at that. But if you've ever wondered what causes hair to change colour over time, trust me, you're not alone! Intrigued? Here's what you need to know:
When do most women go grey?
Most women who are in their 30s should see a few grey hairs. But by the time women get into their 50s, most of us should expect to have more than 50% of their roots turn grey.
Why do we get grey hair in the first place?
Grey hair is a combination of commonly pigmented hairs interspersed with grey ones. Hair turns grey when the pigmentation cells responsible for colour stop being produced.
What should we eat to maintain healthy hair?
Our hair consists of a protein called keratin, so it's essential for sturdy, healthy locks. Foods like eggs and fish are all excellent sources of first-class protein.
Is there anything we can take to combat grey hair?
A multivitamin supplement with Omega-3s can prevent the hair from being dry and lifeless as they have a moisturizing effect. For hair maintenance, you should start using a hair treatment like the Mayraki Anti-grey Hair Color Restoring Treatment, effectively moisturizes hair from roots to tips and restores grey/white hair to its original colour without damaging the scalp and strands.
1. After Hair Wash: Shampoo wash and towel dry. Apply a few pumps of Anti-grey Hair Color Restoring Treatment on your palm. Gently use a finger to massage your scalp and evenly spread the treatment into your hair roots.
2. Without Hair Wash: Apply a few pumps of Anti-grey Hair Color Restoring Treatment on your palm. Gently use a finger to massage your scalp and evenly spread the treatment into your hair roots.
3. No need to rinse. Blow-dry or style as usual.
To find out more, visit the Mayraki Professional website or check out our Facebook page. Purchase your own bottle of the Anti-grey Hair Color Restoring Treatment here.