The appearance of white hairs, the most obvious symptom of aging of hair
The cause? When hair ages, the melanocytes located at the hair root produce less and less melanin. This pigment (produced in greater or lesser quantities by these cells) gives hair its color. And when the melanocytes have used up all their melanin, the hair begins growing white.
Loss of hair volume, another sign of aging of hair
Evaluate the volume of your hairLadies, the foolproof trick to figure out whether you're experiencing aging of hair: put your hair in a ponytail and observe the result. Do you feel that your hair is thinner than before? Your hair is probably aging. Just like you swap out your face products for anti-aging skin care, turn to specifically designed hair products to control hair aging, and revitalize and redensify the fiber. Aside from thinner hair, another disadvantage is that it also becomes more vulnerable: say hello to dry, dull and porous hair which absorbs moisture and becomes untameable. Your hair needs a helping hand...
How to restore volume and thickness?To help restore thickness and volume to your hair, use a range of hair care products every day that is specifically formulated to protect the hair root and redensify the fiber. What is another invaluable element of an anti-hair aging routine? A food supplement treatment rich in antioxidants and vitamins, which will act as a booster in the long run.
Hair which grows at a slower rate: another sign of hair aging
This phenomenon is not only associated with the passing of time, but also with several external aggressions that affect hair (such as UV rays from the sun, friction or heat-styling tools).
Is your hair causing you difficulty? Do you not know what reflexes to adopt to stop this problem? Start by identifying whether it is real hair loss or slowing of hair growth.
Are you finding excessive amounts of hair in the shower? Then it is highly likely that you fit into the first category. Is your ponytail or braid thinner? Is your hair growing more slowly? Is your hair thinner or more difficult to style than it was a month ago? If so, you are in the 2nd category. So which category do you fit into?
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