Gray Hair: Common Causes And When To See A Doctor
Find answers to commonly asked questions about gray hair.
What causes Gray Hair?
The hair follicles have pigment cells. These cells make melanin, which is a chemical that gives your hair its color. As you age, these cells start to die out. When new hair grows without this pigment, the strands will grow in lighter in various shades of grey and silver.
Gray Hair Facts –
50% of the population will go grey by the age of 50. Men tend to go grey before women at 30 and women at 35.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I stop my hair from turning gray?
The age at which your hair turns greys is determined by genes, but a healthy lifestyle and enough vitamins can help you keep your hair colour for as long as possible.