What to do about premature graying hair?!?
When someone sees their own first white hair, the reaction can be a real panic.
However, instead of agonizing and asking the fateful question, "Is it true that pulling out one white hair makes three more grow in its place?". We can ask ourselves what can we do practically to stop the phenomenon.
If there are those who would not mind dyeing their hair right away, there are some who do not want to change their natural color because of a few strands of white hair.
Therefore, it is good to know what triggers the graying phenomenon and how to intervene, both in the prevention as well as in the early stages, i.e. the phrase in which masking the "problem" is still possible.
As the years pass, hair follicles begin to produce less and less hair pigment cells (melanocytes) until this eventually results in hair growth that is devoid of its natural color.
This process, however, can also be triggered by factors other than those related to normal aging or genetic factors. In fact, among the causes for the appearance of white hair, there may be hormonal imbalance, malnutrition, too aggressive hair coloring, poor nutrition (coffee, tea, fried foods, etc.), and vitamin B12 deficiency.
But there is a natural way to help our hair pigment cells remain strong and active so that they can perform their job well. Discover it together with us!
To help the melanocyte cells present in hair follicles, we can use a simple hair pack consisting of lemon juice and pure coconut oil.
Combine in a small bowl the juice of one lemon and two tablespoons of pure coconut oil (preferably cold-pressed), mix and apply on your scalp. Gently massage the hair and scalp down to the roots and leave on for at least an hour. Then rinse thoroughly.
By resorting to this treatment each time before you wash your hair, you will be able to confirm its efficiency within a short time (remember, though, that this hair treatment must also be associated with a healthy lifestyle!).