Yes you can stop graying hair! Most people think that gray hair cannot be stopped as it is a natural part of the aging process but it can actually be reversed and I will explain how. I spent the last few months investigating if this can really be done and it can be.
The first thing you need to do in order to stop graying hair is understand how hair grows and what hair is made of and of course what gives hair color.
I will will help explain the hair growth process and in detail and explain how gray hair can be stopped and reversed for both men and women.
Take a few minutes to watch the video about Grayban and how it works.
One of the first thing I have to say about graying hair is that it really does look great on allot of people and even though 40 percent of North Americans will have gray hair by age 40 some people find it hard to accept as it is a sign of aging. Fact is men traditionally will not color their gray hair as often as women although some men feel the gray hair has stolen their youth. On the flip side graying hair is also a sign of wisdom and can make people look very distinguished and it really is the ultimate fashion statement.
Graying hair looks great but for those that want it gone GrayBan can help.
How Hair Grows
We all know hair grows under the skin but exactly how does this work and how doe it get gray? Let me explain this process…
The hair grows at the root from follicles under the skin and the part you see above the skin is called the hair shaft. At the base of the hair root is the hair bulb where nutrients are received and new growth cells are created.
Within the hair follicle is the dermal papilla, which is found at the base of the follicle, which feeds nutrient filled blood to the hair bulb. Pulling the nutrients from the dermal papilla, the hair bulb then creates new hair cells. As these new hair cells grow they move up through the hair root this process is called keratinization. As this process repeats itself the hair begins to emerge from the surface of the skin and is basically all fiber made of keratinized proteins.
Hair is constructed with three layers: an outer layer of overlapping keratin scales called the cuticle, a middle layer of keratinized protein fibers called the cortex, and a central ‘core’ of round cells called the medulla that is absent from naturally blonde hair, fine hair (peach fuzz) and gray hair. These types of hair are hollow and so they appear white or lighter colored and are responsible for graying hair.
How To Stop Graying Hair
A new product called GrayBan was developed to interact with the natural proteins in the scalp and hair follicles to create melanin which is needed to fill the hollow center ‘core’ of the hair making it change the color from white to whatever the natural color is.
Clinical studies show an amazing natural hair color restoration of 42% after just 14 days and then a 82.3% after 28 days of daily treatments. These studies are based on test results from Verseo. You have to use GrayBan everyday to be successful.